Chicken Soup With Mongo Beans
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Chicken Soup With Mongo Beans
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:49:48 AM. Recipe ID 11235. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Chicken soup with mongo beans
 Categories: Soups/stews, Chicken, Phillipines
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
MMMMM---------------------YIELD: 4 SERVINGS--------------------------
      2 lb Fryer chicken; cut up in 2
           - inch pieces
      1 ea Thumb size ginger root or
      2 ts Powdered ginger
      2 lg Tomatoes; quartered
      1 sm Garlic cloves; mashed
    3/4 lb Mongo beans; boiled and
           - peeled
      2 ea Tb Patis or fish sauce
      1 cn Of anchovy fish
           - fillets may be used)
      1 ts MSG
      2 ea Tb Oil
           Fry chicken in oil until
           -slightly brown, stirring
           Constantly. Add ginger and
           -garlic and stir until
 
  garlic is browned. Add tomatoes until soft, then add 4 cups of water.
  Add anchovy and cook if it is used instead of patis. Bring to boil,
  then simmer until chicken is tender. While chicken is simmering, boil
  beans in water until they are easy to peel.  This is done by placing
  a bean between your fingers and rubbing the skin off the beans. When
  this is done with ease, remove from stove and drain. Add cold water
  to beans and then rub beans between your palms until almost all of
  the beans have been peeled. Keep replacing cold water and peeling
  will drain with water. When chicken is tender, add beans to soup and
  cook until soup is thick and beans are soft. Add water, if necessary,
  5 minutes before it is done++add the patis if anchovies are not
  available. Variation: Bitter melons, cut in squares or leafy
  vegetables such as spinach may be used. Pork may be used instead of
  chicken.
 




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Recipe ID 11235 (Apr 03, 2005)

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