I really love this soup. It is really easy to make but I made it a little more work for me because I made my own chicken broth. I also added cremini (sp?) mushrooms just because I like them. Hubby adds some hot sauce to his bowl but I like it fine without.
Delicious! I added tsp of Hoison sauce and 1 tbsp of chili paste to liven up the flavor. So easy! The whole family loved it!
Soooo easy and extremely delicious.
This was perfect for the cold weather and for getting over being sick! I added some fresh ginger as well as ground, and used brown rice vermicelli for the noodles. Delicious! Thanks Barb!
Very good although I made few changes. First I used carrot instead of red pepper. Instead of noodle and chicken I used frozen dumplings (I boiled them separately first and added them back to the soup near the end). I also used 1/4 tsp minced ginger instead of ground ginger (but I think ground ginger would have given stronger flavor). I doubled both the soy sauce and the five-spice to adjust to my taste. I will also used more broth and less water next time.
Hey Barb, another great recipe! I added broccoli, mushrooms, onions and used soba noodles. Loved the 5 spice and ginger. Thank you!
This was so awesome! Loved all subtle flavors. This was so easy to make and prepare. I used buckwheat somen noodles for added health. What's more, if you make the servings 6 instead of 4, each serving is just 2 points in Weight Watchers! I'm so excited with this recipe. Thanks so much for posting a healthy, low fat meal!
My only modifications to this excellent recipe are to add 1T grated fresh ginger, a cup of carrots and some sriracha sauce. I keep a batch frozen (w/o noodles) to thaw out in case I come down with a cold - the ginger & 5-spice powder are great for clearing up a stuffy head, plus the soup tastes fantastic!
I doubled this for dinner for 8 picky eaters, and it was a definite hit. I used all chicken stock instead of cutting it with bullion, subbed in udon noodles instead of somen, and added a handful of thinly sliced carrots as well as some white pepper. Not a good soup to make if you're hoping for leftovers! ;)
I read the reviews and I made some changes too. I used more garlic than called for, I used udon noodles and I used the seasoning packet that came with the udon noodles. I also added quite a bit of chili oil to spice it up. Very easy!!!!