Soups are one of the most versatile one-pot meals. They are great for any time of the year but perfect for the cold winter months. Moreover, this Jamaican Style Spicy Shrimp Noodle Soup will warm your soul and soothe your spirit.
Jamaican soups are known for their rich flavors and textures. Every Jamaican soup, in my opinion, must have 4 ingredients: Soup mix, scallion, pimento, and thyme.
The broth is the foundation of the soup that infuses the other ingredients. Therefore, special care must be taken to ensure that the right ingredients build a delicious and tasty soup.
Lesa, in her Jamaican Chicken Soup Recipe, captures the essence of a traditional Jamaican Chicken Soup. In addition, you can check out my Chicken Vegetable Lentil Soup Recipe that also incorporates strong Jamaican flavors.
However, in this Spicy Shrimp Noodle Soup recipe, I have incorporated a few Jamaican flavors that you will absolutely love.
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Jamaican Style Spicy Shrimp Noodle Soup.
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Easy Spicy Shrimp Noodle Soup: Jamaican Style
- Large Aluminum Pot
- Wooden Spoon
- Cutting Board
Season Shrimp for Noodle Soup
- 16 oz Shrimp, deveined with tip on.
- 1 tbsp. Complete Seasoning
- 1 tsp. Black Pepper
- 1 tsp Salt
Other Shrimp Noodle Soup Ingredients
- 3 ears Corn, cut into 2 inches pieces
- 2 tbsp. Pimento Seeds
- 2 tsp. Thyme Leaves
- 8 oz. Maifun Rice Noodle
- 4 small Sweet Potatoes, cubed
- 1 cup Multi-color Baby Carrot, sliced
- 2 whole Scotch Bonnet Peppers
- 1 stalks Scallion,
- 16 cups Water
- 1 packet Jamaican Fish Flavored Soup Mix
- 1 packet Jamaican Pumpkin Flavored Soup Mix
- Remove husk from corn and wash under warm running water. Carefully use a knife to cut corn into approximately 2-inch pieces.
- On a cutting board, use a vegetable peeler to remove the skin of the sweet potatoes. Dice the sweet potato into ½ inch thick cubes.
- In a large aluminum pot, bring to boil the 16 cups of water.
- Add pieces of corn, diced sweet potatoes, scallion, pimento seeds, thyme, whole scotch bonnet peppers, 2 packets of soup mixes. Stir and allow vegetables to cook for 10 minutes in a covered pot over high flame.
- Scotch bonnet peppers are very hot. In addition, if you do not like heat, you can eliminate this from the recipe or remove pepper from the soup before it ruptures.
- Add the seasoned shrimps and rice noodles. Continue cooking for 5-7 more minutes.
- Serve warm in a bowl.
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Jamaican Style Shrimp Noodle Soup
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Spicy Shrimp Noodle Soup: Jamaican Style
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23 thoughts on “Jamaican Style Spicy Shrimp Noodle Soup.”
That looks and sounds really tasty. It kind of looks similar to a shrimp broil you see popular in some American regions.
Seafood boil may have some resemblance, but the flavors are nothing near the same.
If I do have soup, I do prefer to have a think soup with lots of chunky ingredients. The recipe seems great, but I don’t eat seafood. Would the recipe work if you replaced the shrimp was something else?
You can replace shrimp with any meat (beef, chicken, fish, or can be meatless). At the end of the blog, I showcased 3 other of my soup ingredients that you will appreciate and love.
This looks absolutely divine! I like how there are big chunks of corn right in the soup. It looks like a really filling meal, too.
Jamaican soups are complete meals and very filling. Actually, this shrimp soup is a bit light compared to traditional Jamaican soups.
Yea, bredren, this looks top of the line. I would have to replace the shrimp with grey snapper tails. This soup has the right amount of everything, and ya see that scotch bonnet pepper that you have floating around in that pot that will add the right amount of heat.
Thansk for dropping by Malaika. The red snapper sounds dope alternative. The best thing about soups is any meat or protein items can be used. Can’t leave out the scotchy peppa. Thanks for dropping by again. Hope to see you soon.
Oh yum! I love all the different textures you have going on in this dish!
Thank you Lyssa. Thanks for dropping by. Hope to see you again soon.
I would like some please
Jimmy, wish I could send you a bowl of this Jamaican soup via email. Try and make it; you will love it.
Wow! This looks so flavorful and tasty. I love that it is a complete meal in one bowl. Thank you for sharing!
Can’t beat the Grace soup mixes for adding fantastic flavor! This looks so yummy and different, especially with the shrimp – I never thought of using that in a soup.
Thanks for dropping by Jenn. Grace soup mix is a must when it comes to Jamaican Soups.
This looks so so tasty and delicious! I have never been huge on soups, mostly if blended, but this sounds like something I would love to give it a try to!
Thank you for dropping by. I am sure you will enjoy it. Hope you get to try it. Please visit again.
Oh my days this looks and sounds absolutely delicious. I’m not usually a big shrimp fan but this has defiantly caught my eye! Thank you so much for sharing your recipe with us, I’ll be giving it a whirl asap! Xo
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These look perfect for a wintery day. I bet it doesn’t get too cold in Jamaica though.
Looks delicious! I will definitely be adding g to my list of recipes to try!
This looks delicious. I love corn and can’t wait to try this.
Looks delicious, thank you for sharing this recipe with us. I added it to my to-do list for the next week.
Looks like an awesome dish. BTW shrimph is famous in our country too.