Chicken & Brown Rice Soup

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Ingredients

1 Piece chicken breast
4 Cup of water chicken broth
1 Clove of garlic
1/4 Cup of water brown rice
1/2 Cup of water canned chickpea
1 Piece egg
2 Tablespoon juice of lemon
1/4 Cup of water dill
A pinch of salt
A pinch of black pepper
3 Tablespoon margarine

Nutritional information

200
Energy
17 g
Protein
20 g
Carb
5 g
Fats
1040 mg
Sodium
1
Sugar

Chicken & Brown Rice Soup

Cuisine:

This Soup, easy comfort food is great on a cold day.

  • 1 hours
  • Serves 4
  • Medium

Directions

It’s easy to make with what you have on hand and if you don’t have fresh parsley, dried will work just fine. Thyme and Oregano would both go well with this soup. I love the fresh parsley though, there is something so bright and healing about it.

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Steps

1
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Put the chicken breast in a braiser

2
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Peel the garlic and wash it well and then put it in the braiser

3
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Wash the brown rice well and then add it on the chicken breast

4
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Pour the chicken broth on the brown rice

5
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Boil them and then cook the meal at the low heat about 35-40 minute until cooking the rice and chicken well

6
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Put the chicken on the chopping board and pick to shreds it

7
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7) Crack the etc 2 and then whisk the white of eg.g. well

8
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Divide the yolk of egq and whisk it in another bowl

9
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Mix the yolk of eg.q and white of etc 2 together

10
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Pour the juice of lemon on the mixture with egg little by little and mix them

11
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Pour the chicken broth on the mixture with juice of lemon and eg.q by mixing every time

12
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Pour the mixture with juice of lemon , egg and chicken broth in the braiser

13
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Add the slices of chicken, margarine, canned chickpea and dill in the braiser and cook all of them about 3 minute

14
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And finally add the salt and black pepper on the meal

15
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Enjoy your meal

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