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Corn, being a staple crop for many Native American tribes has led to corn soup being a primary food among them. M. R. Harrington reported that 198 hulled-corn soup onno’kwǎ’ was the most popular dish for the Seneca Indians. He also stated, [s]eldom do the Indians, pagan or Christian, meet for any function […] without a kettle of onno’kwǎ’, hot and savory, to regale the crowd. The soup was served at religious events, the people getting a ladleful every time they encircled the kettle
Several types of soups are prepared using corn as a primary ingredient.
Cream of corn soup and creamed corn soup
Sweet corn soup
Corn crab soup
Chinese sweet corn soup (yumigeng or sumigeng)
Dried (Indian) corn soup
Mexican corn soup
Tibetan style corn soup (Ashom Tang)
Chicken Corn Soup (A Pennsylvania Dutch soup with hard-boiled egg whites instead of noodles)AED8.40 Inc VATAED8.40 Inc VAT