Jamaican Chicken or Chicken Foot Soup is a Jamaican favorite famously done on a Saturday evening.
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2L of Chicken stock – > View on Amazon
1lb of Chicken Foot (wash, skinned and nails cut) Or Chicken Breast (Cut up)
2 Corn Cobs (Cut up in quarters) – > View on Amazon
3/4lb Yellow Yam (Diced) – > View on Amazon
2 Turnips (Sliced)
1 Scotch Bonnet Pepper– > View on Amazon
2 Small Carrots (Cut up)- > View on Amazon
Salt to Taste- > View on Amazon
2 Stalk Escallion– > View on Amazon
1 Sprig Thyme– > View on Amazon
1 Cock Soup Flavor Mix– > View on Amazon
1 1/2lb Pumpkin
1 1/2lb Flour– > View on Amazon
1 Medium Irish (Cut up)
Place chicken foot or chicken, chicken stock, corn, pumpkin, turnips, scotch bonnet, yam, chicken soup mix, and turnips to the pot and bring to a boil.
Put the flour into a container add a little salt and enough water to mix the flour into a dough. Cover and set aside.
Check pumpkin to see if cooked and softened. Peel yams, wash and slice into medium pieces and put into the pot to continue cooking for another 10 minutes.
After 10 Minutes pick pieces of dough and spin in your hand and place in pot and stir. Cover pot with lid for another 10 minutes.
Pour the cock soup mix into the pot, add escallion, thyme, pepper, add salt and cover the pot. Lower the flame and simmer the soup until it reaches the consistency that you desire.
Keep Stirring every 2 minutes. Remove from heat and serve hot.