Indonesian Spicy Chicken Noodle Soup

Shallots, which are covered with a golden brown or purplish skin, grow in a similar way to garlic, with a number of small bulbs clustered together at the root end. Milder than onions, shallots are used throughout Southeast Asia as an aromatic base for dishes, and are thinly sliced and fried for garnishing soups, fried rice and noodles.
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Review 1 for Indonesian Spicy Chicken Noodle Soup
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Pomela
October 26, 2013
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Chicken Soup re-invented
October 26, 2013
Delish! Made this 5 years ago and its been the go to home made chicken soup since. Layers of flavor.
Pros: Good Value, Healthy, Appearance, Adaptable, Will Make Again
Review 2 for Indonesian Spicy Chicken Noodle Soup
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Iminthekitchen
,Canandaigua
,NY
January 27, 2013
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:1 to 2 people
Cooks:Every day
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You'll love this soup
January 27, 2013
I have made this soup many times and it is always delicious. This is a big hit with everyone. I usually use fresh lime juice instead of lemon because that is what I have on hand. The fried shallots are wonderful but not necessary. You can omit the eggs also. Perfect soup to make for someone who has a cold/flu--nice and spicy. Very satisfying.
Pros: Appearance, Adaptable, Impressive, Will Make Again, delicious