Chicken corn soup is a classic dish on Guam. It’s made many different ways, from cutting corn kernels off fresh ears of corn to using canned or frozen corn.
As with most recipes nowadays, you can find fresh ingredients right in the freezer section of your grocery store–ingredients frozen right at the peak of ripeness so that we can enjoy them year round.
My version of chicken corn soup is relatively quick and easy to make. On a side note, I have an even simpler version of corn soup that I’ll share soon. In fact, it’s so super-simple that I call it “Cheater Corn Soup”. Come back soon for that one. 😉
Cook a pot of my chicken corn soup. It’s perfect when you’re craving comfort food, or if you want something to warm up your insides on a cold, blustery day.
Give my recipe a try. I think you’ll like it. 🙂