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Foodie gift: soup for the soul

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Pure soul food and one of the most comforting dishes we can think of, this chicken soup is delicately spiced and beautifully fragrant; and, all you need to make it is a kettle! This is the ultimate gift of love and the perfect remedy to winter, which serves two people.

This post has been created in partnership with Knorr.

Tip: add a sachet of miso paste to the stock for a delicious flavour variation.

Soup for the soul

Recipe by

Sophie Mackinnon. See more of her delicious ideas, here.

Photo by

Creative Editor Lara Messer.

Want a sweet foodie gift idea?

Try this dark chocolate bark recipe out.

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Preparation Time5 MINUTES

Cooking Time10 MINUTES

Resting Time0 MINUTES

Serves2

LevelEasy


ingredients

1 Knorr chicken stock pot
1 sheet of nori (dried seaweed)
1 tsp dried assorted chilli pepper or a pinch of chili flakes
1 lemongrass stalk
2 kaffir lime leaves
1 star anise
1 handful dried shitake mushrooms
2 bundles instant rice vermicelli noodles
1 sachet soy sauce
handful wasabi peas (optional)

Optional add ins:

Lime wedges
Sugarsnap peas, sliced
Tenderstem broccoli, sliced
Beansprouts

chicken stock pot

Recipe by

Sophie Mackinnon. See more of her delicious ideas, here.

Photo by

Creative Editor Lara Messer.

Want a sweet foodie gift idea?

Try this dark chocolate bark recipe out.

1

To assemble the gift jar, spoon the chili pepper and shitake mushrooms into the base of the jar, tear the nori sheet into strips and place on top, followed by the noodles, remaining spices and wasabi peas. Carefully position the stock pot and soy sauce sachet on top and close the jar. Attach a gift tag and a recipe card with the following instructions.

2

Dissolve the chicken stock pot in 1 litre of boiling water and then pour over the jar, add any extra ingredient, close the jar and set aside for 10 minutes.

3

Give it a stir, add a dash of soy sauce and enjoy!

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Preparation Time5 MINUTES

Cooking Time10 MINUTES

Resting Time0 MINUTES

Serves2

LevelEasy


ingredients

1 Knorr chicken stock pot
1 sheet of nori (dried seaweed)
1 tsp dried assorted chilli pepper or a pinch of chili flakes
1 lemongrass stalk
2 kaffir lime leaves
1 star anise
1 handful dried shitake mushrooms
2 bundles instant rice vermicelli noodles
1 sachet soy sauce
handful wasabi peas (optional)

Optional add ins:

Lime wedges
Sugarsnap peas, sliced
Tenderstem broccoli, sliced
Beansprouts

chicken stock pot

Recipe by

Sophie Mackinnon. See more of her delicious ideas, here.

Photo by

Creative Editor Lara Messer.

Want a sweet foodie gift idea?

Try this dark chocolate bark recipe out.

1

To assemble the gift jar, spoon the chili pepper and shitake mushrooms into the base of the jar, tear the nori sheet into strips and place on top, followed by the noodles, remaining spices and wasabi peas. Carefully position the stock pot and soy sauce sachet on top and close the jar. Attach a gift tag and a recipe card with the following instructions.

2

Dissolve the chicken stock pot in 1 litre of boiling water and then pour over the jar, add any extra ingredient, close the jar and set aside for 10 minutes.

3

Give it a stir, add a dash of soy sauce and enjoy!

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Pure soul food and one of the most comforting dishes we can think of, this chicken soup is delicately spiced and beautifully fragrant; and, all you need to make it is a kettle! This is the ultimate gift of love and the perfect remedy to winter, which serves two people.

This post has been created in partnership with Knorr.

Tip: add a sachet of miso paste to the stock for a delicious flavour variation.

Soup for the soul

1

To assemble the gift jar, spoon the chili pepper and shitake mushrooms into the base of the jar, tear the nori sheet into strips and place on top, followed by the noodles, remaining spices and wasabi peas. Carefully position the stock pot and soy sauce sachet on top and close the jar. Attach a gift tag and a recipe card with the following instructions.

2

Dissolve the chicken stock pot in 1 litre of boiling water and then pour over the jar, add any extra ingredient, close the jar and set aside for 10 minutes.

3

Give it a stir, add a dash of soy sauce and enjoy!

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Diane 4 years ago

What size jar did you use? Love this idea! Thank you for posting!

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