Manchow soup

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Manchow soup
Chicken manchow soup.jpg
Simple street-side Indian Chinese eatery version of Chicken Manchow Soup
Course Soup
Place of origin India
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients Vegetables, scallions
Variations Non-vegetarian version with chicken
Cookbook: Manchow soup  Media: Manchow soup

Manchow soup is a soup popular in Indian Chinese cuisine due to its ease of preparation and hot spicy taste. It is available in large restaurants and street food carts alike. Although the soup is named after Manchuria it does not resemble any that is normally found in the cuisines of the region. The origin of Manchow soup is Meghalaya.[citation needed]

It is a dark brown soup prepared with various vegetables, scallions, and chicken (in the non-vegetarian version only), thickened with stock and corn flour, and flavored with relatively generous doses of soy sauce, salt, garlic and chili peppers. It may also be garnished with chopped spring onions, and served with crispy dry noodles.

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