(I am still recovering.). With all the fires and wind, it’s unlikely we’ll have much farm corn left this summer. or something) or substance, or just skip that element? I discovered corn stock a few years ago (having thoughtlessly thrown out countless stripped cobs, considering them garbage) and agree that it gives wonderful fresh veggie flavor to soup. Just polished off my first bowl… delicious (even with light coconut milk because of a grocery delivery substitution) but I do agree with those saying it’s very sweet, even with unsweetened coconut milk. 4. I strained and wished I didn’t… it ended up making the soup very thin and lacking flavor. I’m planning to try and make a riff on that with this broth (including coconut milk and lime juice) next week. In a large stockpot over medium heat, heat olive oil. You only need 4 for the soup, so I think you’re unlikely to over-reduce. In this recipe, it’s the combination of shallots, garlic, ginger, chiles and coconut milk, rather than heavy cream or butter, that makes the soup at once cooling and rich. Now, I’m cooking for my family and sharing all my tested & perfected recipes with you here! I finished The Margot Affair the other day. If you’re in doubt about the size of your corn cobs, round up. Thank you, Melissa and Deb! Hello Deb-your soup looks great, but I was kind of sad about the unexpected Top Chef spoiler…. OMG. (why was that a surprise to me?) For the corn stock, did 15 minutes high pressure and quick release, then sauté function for about 40 minutes. Regarding pickled shallots–did you mean to say bowl bowl? Reduce heat and simmer until the vegetables are soft and the soup is fragrant, about 15-20 minutes. The pressure “milks” the cobs and delivers maximum corn flavor. Let stand 10 minutes and pour through a fine-mesh strainer, discarding the pepper flakes. Or, you can use an immersion blender in the pot, as I did. I wasn’t sure how this would go over, but I pretty much followed the recipe and only used immersion blender as we don’t mind texture in soup. But I’m not sure I would risk trying it without, since the end product was really delicious. Thirteen years ago: Double Chocolate Torte and Spicy Soba Noodles with Shiitakes Seven years ago: Almond-Crisped Peaches, Key Lime Popsicles and Zucchini Parmesan Crisps This sounds so yummy! … I will try to report back…. Your email address will not be published. My husband loved it too and he’s “not a soup person.” Followed recipe exactly. Mixed it with 1/4 cup of maple syrup, 4 tbs/2oz melted butter (ish) and 2 eggs, then mixed that with a cup of flour, 1 tbs baking powder and 1/2 tsp salt. I do wonder if the stock really adds much, since I wasn’t blown away by the flavor, tasting it after the 1 hour simmer and salting. I ended up with closer to 3 healthy servings or 4 smaller ones. I made this and it came out wonderfully! I did strain it at the end, so there was a bit more of a clean up job, necessary, but used the immersion blender first. 1 (1/2") piece ginger, peeled, finely chopped (about 1 1/2 teaspoons) Puree the soup in a blender until smooth. Bring to a boil, then adjust the heat to maintain an active simmer. If you make crispy shallots, avoid my mistake and don’t taken them far past a light golden – my turned out a mid-deep brown but tasted quite burnt. Cook until deeply golden, watching them carefully, stirring occasionally, and then transfer them to a paper towel-lined plate. I will have to see if this one holds up! Made this yesterday in the middle of a nasty California heat wave in a house with no a/c. I have made this at least 5 times this summer, and I’m making it again today. Or would it not reduce correctly while covered? I think the chili oil might have helped, but I didn’t have any. They will continue to darken after being removed from the skillet. I used an inversion blender and a mesh strainer to remove the solids from the soup and ended up with a fair amount of polenta leftover. It does appear that the first few sentences of the corn stock directions may have been the victim of a word processing mishap, though. My husband is not a fan of pickled things so he missed out! Yesssss but those are all super easily avoidable if you haven’t seen this season! So far this summer I have made it twice and used it in zucchini soup and mixed-squash soup, both strained, pureed, and frozen for the upcoming day when corn cobs are no longer available (sniff). But it’s also in People Magazine as her “winning” soup and there have been a ton of articles about her winning. Ours uses both vegetable broth and coconut milk and is wonderful. Maybe my strainer was too fine? I didn’t say it was logical, I think we know better than to expect clear, sound reasoning here, but when cookbooks decided that cauliflower could be pizza crusts or that black beans could go in brownies, I’m sorry, but I checked out. Set in fridge until needed. I was also surprised it didn’t yield that much overall. But I think the pickled shallots ( I just used regular sliced onions) really made this soup sing! Sounds heavenly, can’t wait to try this! Thanks! Cook the corn: Heat the remaining 2 tablespoons olive oil in the same saute pan and add all the corn kernels. My corn was mediocre. I had a taste before straining and it was much more flavorful. Smitten Kitchen + Melissa King = perfection! I look forward to eating it for lunch tomorrow. Then I served it with some crispy carnitas, black beans, pickled onions and cilantro which ended up being a delicious fusion of thai and Mexican flavors. I’ve been searching for this recipe since I watched that episode. I think the meaning is lost a bit. Use an immersion blender or, working in batches, carefully transfer the soup to a high-speed blender and puree until smooth. Made a bronzed, pudding-y cornbread that is completely delicious eaten warm with cream cheese. So yummy!! Season with lime juice and salt, and mix to combine. I hate very salty food, but I added at least two additional teaspoons of salt, and probably could have used more. (Maybe everyone else knew to use unsweetened milk and I just got lucky.) I’m going to mix in some scallions, peppers, an egg and more sweet corn to make fritters tomorrow with the remaining mush. This soup was incredible, especially served with all additions. yield: 2 quart — Ingredients: 4 fresh ears of yellow or white corn, remove husk, wash cobs, cut kernels off cob and place in a bowl, save cobs for stock (do not use frozen corn) How to select corn: Look for evenly shaped, large cobs of corn. OMG. i had almost a quart of leftover stock to freeze. I ended up pouring back and forth between two strainers, kind of like separating eggs. Return the soup … Also, I tasted the broth for spices right before blending and it was like the most amazing Tom Kha Gai broth. 1. Previous post: shaved fennel and crushed olive salad. I just saw the vacuum-packed part. I saw some commenters that their soup was sweet. A great summer soup, and—since we had a quart of extra stock leftover that’s now in the freezer—will be a wonderful reminder of warmer days when we make this again in the winter. Thanks Melissa King and Deb. I found the corn cob broth to be rather flavorless, but adding the corn to the soup, using the immersion blender and then straining it again really perked it up. We all loved this, even the child who hates corn, coconut, and soup. Add cold water to the blender. Also don’t feel bad about posting the winner, it’s definitely been long enough, and she has done a bunch of press, it’s not like it aired last week! Whisk in the milk and the broth. The soup would also be good with croutons and diced roasted sweet peppers (King’s suggestions) and/or toasted coconut flakes. Using an immersion blender puree the soup until creamy, with as little or as much texture as you like. This sounds just like the soup my local Thai place used to serve. Remove from oven and set aside. Can’t wait to try this. The rest of us had fun with garnishes — chile oil, cilantro, lime, and because we couldn’t choose, both crispy and pickled shallots. This was fantastic! 4 large ears or 5 medium-large fresh corn, kernels cut from cobs, cobs reserved I hadn’t even considered that someone didn’t know who the winner was from June. Using the back of a butter knife, scrape the … The only thing I added was, I poached chicken thighs in ginger & cilantro then shredded it and added to the finished soup. Step 2: Heat a large heavy-bottomed pot over medium-high heat. Delicious! Remove from heat. Corn soup is in the air! Approximately how much stock were you left with once it simmered and reduced? Step 1: Place the coconut flakes on a small baking sheet and bake for 2 to 3 minutes until golden. They put butternut squash chunks in theirs. Top with garnishes of your choice. Simmer until fully incorporated. A good start to Autumn! Post was not sent - check your email addresses! I used an immersion blender and found the bits of corn closest to the cob a bit gritty. Add the cornmeal (mixed with a little chicken broth to form a paste) and stir into boiling soup. I know this is a cliched question, but can do you any part of this in the Instant Pot? update: made it last week and had it hot which was delicious. Had the soup tonight, and it was a hit! I was looking for something to do with the corn stock I made earlier this summer. I’m looking forward to making this: I’m sure my family will love it. I’m really sorry. This was delicious. I definitely think the stock would be great in it — 20 minutes, maybe? Win! I was not aware! Add the coconut milk, almond milk, all but one cup of the corn, and curry. But I did the whole thing in the Instant Pot to avoid using the stove. The first pass completely clogged the strainer. I actually eat plant based so I’m absolutely loving this recipe and will try it ‘as-is’, but I’m thinking of making for elderly neighbors and I know she’d prefer some meat. There’s such a coziness to the soup; I want to pack it up for a friend or stash some in the freezer for later this winter. I did the second straining by the way. You haven’t steered me wrong yet, so I’m going to skip the dairy and opt for coconut milk It still stays working tradition of making a corn chowder as summer winds down, but adds an element of something new as well! I want to make sure I don’t under or over-reduce, lol. I got so hungry that I didn’t make the garnishes yet – will do that tomorrow – but I imagine they might help counterbalance the overall sweetness. I also commented about that-love Deb, love the site, but please don’t post show spoilers. Cook, stirring occasionally, until onion is translucent and soft, about 15 minutes. We braved turning our Vitamix on “High” and it was velvety smooth. I don’t notice a difference in flavor, and it makes putting the soup together a quick process. This soup is delish! Eleven years ago: Griled Eggplant and Olive Pizza and Peach Cupcakes with Brown Sugar Frosting And it was STILL an awesome dinner. I was distracted and left my broth on too high of a heat (hi remote schooling kindergartner), so I had to add two cups chicken broth. ), but I didn’t find this to be very flavorful. This looks amazing! Add to a bowl with 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar, 2 tablespoons cold water, 1/2 teaspoon sugar, and a slightly heaped 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt. We put coconut flakes, peanuts, cilantro, and chili crisp on top. Can you please reword/edit the first few sentences? Dot over soup with caution. I wouldn’t call this substantial enough for a dinner, even with the corn solids added back in, but it would be a fantastic appetizer. I would like to point out that the strained out solids after blending are also delicious and can be eaten like a corn mash. 4. My garden also won’t stop with the zucchini, so I added a diced large zucchini to the pot when I added the corn kernels. Can’t stand the taste of coconut, should I substitute half & half or heavy cream or something else? Thanks once again for a surprising and flavorful meal! Set aside. It makes the perfect dinner and a delicious … Add corn kernels, sliced onion, garlic and ½ teaspoon salt. Stir in cilantro, lime juice and crushed red pepper, if using. This soup looks so good, love Melissa! I experienced this too and was also wondering if I should have used a less-fine strainer! I think either of those proteins sound lovely. This soup is delicious. Added the juice of the whole Ten years ago: Eggplant Salad Toasts and Peach Shortbread Looks very tasty. Was it not smooth enough? This Add the oil, shallots and cayenne and sauté for 2 minutes until the shallots have softened, stirring from time to time. Oh yes, anything with ginger and lime juice (and/or zest) will always taste good. Season with salt, then stir in the brown sugar and a generous pinch black pepper. Also, the recipe suggests straining. Without them, it was good but didn’t taste like corn. The end result was delicious. Now fixed. I have a small suspicion that my choice to throw in a sweet onion probably affected the final outcome a bit more than I expected. It’s a dinner in a bowl (and a vegan one at that), but it would surely welcome a side of steamed rice or salad of leafy greens. That is hilarious. Required fields are marked *. NYT Cooking is a subscription service of The New York Times. Is there a veggie I should sub for adding flavor (like saute broccoli, or squash? Do yourself a favor and run, do not walk, to your local farm stand, farmers market or grocery store to make this soup today. Add coconut milk and lime juice. I will have to try this one too. If you’re going through a lot of corn this summer, I’d make an extra batch or two of this stock and freeze it — it would be wonderful in risottos, soups, and anywhere you’d use a vegetable broth. Hi Deb, do you think this recipe would work well chilled? It may be a matter of the pot that I used, such that more water was lost to evaporation and the cobs didn’t really have enough time to give up all their flavor, but considering the flavor of the cobs seemed to be pretty leached out afterwards, I’m not sure about that. I liked the comment above about half blending the soup and leaving it chunkier – I may try that next time. Is it moreso or more so? Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Like others found this really sweet (used regular unsweetened coconut milk). DEB! I added a little extra flavor to the finished product with a dash of fish sauce and a little lemongrass and galangal, as well as a bit of extra lime, and it was delicious even if I forgot the cilantro and fried shallots I was going to use to garnish because my husband and I were cooking and eating in the middle of a Zoom gathering! I’m so glad right now that I doubled the stock and am freezing half the kernels. My life hasn’t been the same without it. Can’t wait to make this one. Thank you for this fabulous recipe. And I somehow have all the ingredients for this. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice. Yikes, sorry about that. Making homemade soup is easier than you think. Twelve years ago: Slow-Roasted Tomatoes, Kefta and Zucchini Kebabs and Dimply Plum Cake Heat 1/4 cup neutral oil in a small skillet over medium-high until shimmering, then pour over red pepper. I didn’t strain out the solids, which was fine by me, I didn’t mind the texture. I felt the same, Kate. It is fine for eating with butter and salt, but when I use it in savory dishes, particularly soup, I find it too sweet. But we added croutons for a little crunch…. I used reduced fat and it was fine. Lol. Any thoughts on making this soup with whole or 2% milk? You have two choices for Valentine’s Day dinner: jockey for a reservation, or make a meal from scratch. i’m a big fan and have made countless smitten kitchen recipes. I made this recipe and my comment is… what a waste of perfectly succulent, farm stand fresh corn. Another great recipe. Corn-Coconut Soup with Chili Oil. Sounds great. Four years ago: Eggplant Parmesan Melts and Even More Perfect Blueberry Muffins Welcome - I'm Jenn Segal - Classically Trained Chef, Cookbook Author & Busy Mom. Bring to a boil, reduce to a simmer, cover, and cook for 8 to 10 minutes, until the potatoes are tender all the way through. I’m a huge fan of both blended soups and Deb’s recipes (the miso carrot and creamy cauliflower are regulars in my home! It is a digital cookbook and cooking guide alike, available on all platforms, that helps home cooks of every level discover, save and organize the world’s best recipes, while also helping them become better, more competent cooks. Because all detritus will be strained out, I like to toss in some dried thyme sticks and a bay leaf. Working in batches, pour mixture into a blender. Secure lid but remove the center piece to allow steam to escape. Made this tonight and it is truly the best soup I’ve ever tasted. The soup is delicious and has a very intense flavor. I didn’t do the chili oil but added a dried Thai chili that did the trick. Lastly, I used my VitaMix and had no solids to speak of even though I strained it. I made this soup tonight and found that it came out *very sweet* which I have a few theories on. Subscribe now for full access. To serve, add garnishes that are any combination of spicy (extra fresh chile or store-bought chile oil), crunchy (toasted coconut, chopped peanuts or cashews, fried shallots) or fresh (torn cilantro, chopped scallions), and it’ll be even more dynamic. You might want to check out the comment guidelines before chiming in. Sadly I don’t think I’ll make it again. Process until very smooth. Yes…. I had a lot of leftover corn mush after straining it so I’m going to experiment with using it instead of cornmeal in cornbread tomorrow morning. Pour soup through a strainer into a pot — I didn’t do this but wished I had — and discard solids. I wanted to make this before this great season for corn was over. I was especially impressed by the corn cob broth! Sounds divine! I topped my soup with croutons, pickled red onions, cilantro, a squeeze of lime and a sprinkle of coarse salt. I’ve used the cooking water from cooking corn on the cob as a broth/base for soup, but it probably isn’t as rich as one made with the corn that is left on the cob after cutting off the kernels. Don’t make me pick a favorite! Excellent appetizer. Really great recipe. 3. Blend on highest setting until completely smooth, 1 or 2 minutes. To even further highlight the corn, I highly recommend making the corn stock in the instant pot or other pressure cooker (15 mins at high pressure, quick release, sauté function to reduce it down). Maybe next time I’ll try pressure cooking the stock instead–I’ve been finding that the pressure cooker produces the best, most flavorful stocks I’ve ever made. It absolutely delivered. Made this and served it with homemade crispy veg spring rolls. 2. The only topping I had was fresh lime. Simmer for 10 minutes, until the … From there, you sauté the kernels, more onion, and garlic, simmer it with the stock and coconut milk, blend it, and finish it with lime juice. Loved this recipe- and so did my husband! This looks great, but I”m avoiding onion in my diet. Made the eggplant and orzo bake the other day–loved it and loved the leftovers, too! My reduced stock ended up being exactly 4 cups. Fourteen years ago: Moules Frites and 44-Clove Garlic Soup. I loved it so dearly, and this brought back wonderful memories. A few weeks ago, People Magazine ran my blueberry muffin recipe and on my way to find it, I ran into this winning corn-coconut soup from beloved Top Chef Season 17 winner, Melissa King, and had to make it right away. So curious, what would you suggest serving this with? Advertisement Maybe throw in a handful of a bitter green like kale. I would try a different corn soup — I just don’t think corn and cream will give you enough flavor. 2 Cook over a low heat for five or six minutes, until the onion starts to soften. Does she even know who you are? Each time I make it, I can’t believe how simple and easy it is, and how delicious. plant-based, vegan, gluten free. That bowl of soup photo is gorgeous. I actually doubled the amount of corn because..I felt like it? I needed extra lime to balance the sweetness. 1 Melt the butter in a pot and add the onion, garlic and ginger. You will not be sorry. It does take time to make the stock, but it’s worth it! Bring it back to boil, add coconut cream, lemon juice and season to taste. Each time, I have let the stock simmer for a long time, freeze this stock, then use the frozen stock for the next batch. Why do you have a spoiler for a show that’s not streamable yet?? Lusca, if you keep it covered, then the evaporation collects on the lid, condenses and falls back into the pot instead of actually evaporating and reducing the stock. So simple and yummy – drank the rest of it out of the fridge cold for a mid morning snack, also delicious. Preheat oven to 375°F (190°C). I made this soup last night, and love it. Stir in coconut milk and water. This took some time but was GREAT!! I didn’t try this chilled, however, I have seen other corn coconut soups that are served chilled, so it seems like there’s potential. …and it is vegan :-). Coconut Chicken Corn Chowder is a tasty Thai spin on the classic chicken chowder! First published August 31, 2020 on smittenkitchen.com |, index of cookbooks referenced on smitten kitchen, Corn Chowder with Chile, Lime, and Cotija, Strawberries and Cream with Graham Crumbles, Vanilla Custards with Roasted Blueberries, https://www.marthastewart.com/336678/coconut-fish-chowder, 4 large ears or 5 medium-large fresh corn, kernels cut from cobs, cobs reserved, 1 (1-inch) piece ginger, peeled and thinly sliced, 2 tablespoons (30 ml) canola, safflower, or another neutral oil, 2 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt, plus more to taste, 1 (13.5-ounce or 400-ml) can full-fat coconut milk, well-stirred, To garnish: Fresh cilantro leaves, lime wedges, toasted coconut flakes, (see below for next three) chile oil, pickled shallots, and/or crispy shallots. Sweet and creamy, with a little bite from the pickled shallots, rich/bitterness from the fried shallots, and heat from the (STRONG AS HELL) chili oil, lol. Ingredients 5 cobs corn (grilled and kernels removed (about 5 cups )) 1 large shallot (diced) 1 clove garlic (minced) 1 large potato (peeled and diced) 2 jalapeño peppers (seeds removed and diced) 3 cups vegetable stock … They added mushrooms and tofu, but I am not convinced it needed the tofu. Two year ago: Foolproof Cacio e Pepe I have tried this soup, obviously this was inspired by some other food blogger. The red head says she doesn’t like your cooking? Very Delicious. I made this tonight but I’m not eating onion, so I peeled and diced up zucchini to use in place, to add more substance, and I also added celery and just a few carrot pieces to the corn stock. Try this corn chowder with chile and lime. I’ve got a soup made with corn and their stock in my new cookbook, but this one sounds so much tastier…! Thank you Deb! Add the corn kernels, onion, capsicum, garlic, and celery and cook for 5 minutes, stirring continuously. 7. Cut the corn kernels off the cobs and transfer to a bowl. This was DELISH. Corn soup is a big popular street food in my country (Trinidad). It was excellent this way as well – will have to try the smoother way later. Bring to a boil, then lower to a simmer. This reminds me of this: https://www.marthastewart.com/336678/coconut-fish-chowder that I make for my family and that my kids all like (except the fish). Still plenty creamy and thick. I made this today and it was a huge hit with mt clan! I topped it with the chili oil and crispy shallots. It’s so delicious; great job, Deb. Can’t believe I never tried making corn broth before and seldom go for recipes that call for coconut milk. Six months ago: Pina Colada Now, pour in the vegetable broth and coconut milk. To make crispy shallots: Thinly slice two large shallots. Place water, corn cobs, quartered onion and ginger in a large pot. Do you think I could add rotisserie chicken or shrimp? Definitely should strain. And rotisserie chicken would be an easy addition. Transfer soup to a medium saucepan and heat on medium, whisking occasionally, until warmed, about 10 minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste. Combine corn kernels, coconut milk and salt in a medium saucepan. Learn how to make CHICKEN CORN SOUP with step by step easy recipe video. Get recipes, tips and NYT special offers delivered straight to your inbox. Bring to a boil then reduce the heat to a simmer. I made this tonight – loved the simplicity and flavor. Six years ago: Strawberries and Cream with Graham Crumbles and Corn Cheddar and Scallion Strata Yes and yes. [Warning! (Alternatively, ladle about half of the soup into a blender, blend until smooth, and return to the pot.) Feel free to delete this comment, I don’t mean to be rude. In the words of my sister, “it tastes like corn”. Thank you! The fried shallots were our favorite topping. The pickled shallots were a little distracting from the lusciousness of the soup so decided not to use them on top. If you transferred the stock to a big measuring cup before continuing, and used an immersion blender, the entire thing could probably be done in the IP without dirtying many other dishes (The corncob-milking idea is shamelessly stolen from Kenji Lopez-Alt’s incredible pressure cooker corn soup). Melt the butter in a large pot over medium-low heat. This is hands down the best soup I have ever made. Just made this. Make soup: Heat 2 tablespoons oil in a large pot over medium. lime into the pot with some additional salt. Will definitely make again. Baked in a cast iron skillet at 200C fan / 425F for about 25-30 mins as it was quite wet. 6. This soup is excellent! Add the corn mixture to the soup. I have eaten soup like this with cooked chicken added for those who would like some more protein. This soup is summer in a bowl. Whisk the harissa and oil together in a small bowl. Bring chile, corn kernels, coconut milk, and water to a boil in a medium saucepan. Shallots will be very lightly pickled by the time you’re done making the soup, but if you can give it 1 to 2 hours in the fridge, they’ll be more so. I found that I was a little disappointed in the intensity of the stock. My coconut milk was completely separated, so I just put it in a large bowl and whisked it together before adding to the soup. P.S. Add 4 cups of the reserved corn stock; bring to a boil over high. I had about 6 cups. New here? We definitely preferred the soup blended, and I added more oil to the sautéed corn/zucchini mix, and I thought fresh cracked pepper and more salt was wonderful. What I loved about Top Chef’s last season was how so many of the contestants embraced vegetables. This is the best soup. Having said that, I really am a huge fan, have both of your books and have loved just about everything I have cooked after one of your recipes. To make a tiny batch of chile oil: Place 2 tablespoons crushed red pepper in a small heatproof bowl.
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