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Biggie Irie’s Chicken Stepper Soup


1 large whole chicken or two packs of chicken quarters,

1 pack of chicken steppers,

1 pack pigtails (optional)

1 pack green split peas

5 English potatoes

1 medium size yam,

1 medium size pumpkin, 1 pack broccoli, 1 pack Green Giant corn on the cob, 6 large eddoes,

4 large carrots

1 pack okras

1 pack brussel sprouts,

2 large onions,

1 bottle Country Boy seasoning,

1 pack Maggie Soup It Up, powdered seasoning (marjoram, thyme, parsley, Italian herbs, granulated garlic, cayenne pepper).

Soy sauce

1 whole garlic


Method: Boil split peas in a large pot filled halfway. All onions, garlic, soy sauce, soup it up, package seasoning and teaspoon of oil. While they are boiling, cut up the chicken, take off the skin and soak in lime and salt. Also cut the nails off the steppers and soak the steppers, after breaking them in half. If using pigtails, boil in separate pot.

Add chicken and steppers to the pot with the peas etc. While the meat is cooking peel and slice vegetables. Check the pigtails and if they are cooked, cut them up and add to big pot and let simmer for a while. Add vegetables, but make sure the corn, pumpkin and vegetables go in after other veggies are cooked, because they cook quickly.

Keep checking and tasting to your satisfaction, and if needed add salt to taste.

Let soup cool for a bit and then serve.

2 Responses to Biggie Irie’s Chicken Stepper Soup

  1. Brian Weekes November 10, 2012 at 1:19 pm

    Yum Yum Yummy! Good for the tummy!

  2. john bowen November 12, 2012 at 8:56 pm

    Never heard of oil in soup. You is a Venezuelan?


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