Chicken Sotanghon Soup with Malunggay and Sayote

Healthy dishes can also be delicious. Chicken Sotanghon Soup with Malunggay at Sayote is a good example. This dish is packed with nutrients and it tastes good too. Did you know that this is easy to make? Here’s how:

 

How to Cook Chicken Sotanghon Soup with Malunggay and Sayote

Cooking this dish at home is as quick and easy as making regular sotanghon soup. All you have to do is prep the chicken and then start cooking the soup.

Prepping the chicken means boiling it for 18 minutes or until fully cooked. Make sure to save the chicken stock as it will be used to cook the soup later. I suggest slicing the chicken breast into smaller pieces before boiling to ensure that it gets completely cooked.

Once the chicken is cooked, separate it from the stock and let it cool down for 10 minutes. Separate the bone from the meat and shred manually. You can also chop it into small pieces, if it works for you.

Cooking the soup is a breeze. Simply saute garlic until it starts to brown and then add the onion. Trust me, browned garlic makes the soup tastes better.

Add the sliced sayote (chayote) and then continue sautéing for a minute. You can add the shredded chicken along with the stock afterwards and let it boil. There is no need to cook the chicken longer as it is already fully cooked.

I add piece of Knorr Chicken Cube to give the dish that nice solid chicken taste. It works wonders as far as I am concerned.

Put the sotanghon noodles next and cook until it softens. Lastly, add the malunggay leaves and season with patis (fish sauce) and ground black pepper.

Try this Healthy and Easy Chicken Sotanghon Soup with Malunggay and Sayote recipe. Happy cooking!

Chicken Sotanghon Soup with Malunggay at Sayote

 

Chicken noodle soup using vermicelli with moringa leaves and sliced chayote. This healthy soup dish can be enjoyed as it is or as a main dish with rice.1 lb. Chicken breast
 CourseMain Course
 CuisineFilipino
 Prep Time10 minutes
 Cook Time35 minutes
 Servings4 people
 Calories366kcal
 AuthorVanjo Merano

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