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Chicken Pepper Soup

  • Non Veg
  • 55 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy


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Don’t you love having a cup of hot chicken soup on a cold winter evening? Why not give it a distinct flavor with bell pepper!

The pleasant aroma and flavor of bell pepper perfectly complement chicken soup. It’s your go-to appetizer for every family gathering.

Chicken pepper soup is basically a Nigerian dish. However, its amazing taste has made it popular all around the globe. Do not forget to store some soup in a water bottle from Vaya to sip through the day.

Health Benefits

Bell peppers contain an abundance of vitamins A and C. Since these are low on calories, you can consume bell peppers without worrying about gaining weight. Add capsicums to your regular diet, for they can reduce LDL cholesterol blood sugar levels and even reduce chronic pain.


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How to make Chicken Pepper Soup

  1. Combine flour and small amount of water in a small bowl and set it aside.
  2. Rinse chicken thoroughly and cut it into small pieces of desired size.
  3. Transfer chicken cubes to a large bowl.
  4. Add garlic, ginger, salt, and black pepper to the bowl.
  5. Toss to coat chicken with the ingredients. Keep the bowl in refrigerator for half an hour to marinate it.
  6. Meanwhile, add onion, and habanero pepper in a medium cooking pot. Cook at medium heat until the ingredients soften.
  7. Add chicken stock, tomatoes, paprika, chili flakes, oregano, and bay leaf to the cooking pot and cook at medium heat. Add mixture of flour paste to adjust the consistency.
  8. Add marinated chicken and red and yellow bell pepper to the cooking pot. Lower down the heat and cook for 10 minutes or until chicken is cooked properly. Bring soup to a boil.
  9. Remove bay leaf.
  10. Taste the soup and adjust its flavor with salt and black pepper.
  11. Transfer soup to a serving bowl.
  12. Garnish it with coriander leaves, parsley, and lime wedges.
  13. Serve it while it’s still hot!


  • Unlike the popular misconception, bell peppers are fruits.
  • The name bell pepper was given by Spanish explorers.
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