I would be proud to serve this to guests. Oh my!!!! The broth was great the noodles no. . Lisa. Healthy and delicious! It lacked a little something until we put that in as the recipe suggests. Always can adjust and we thought the soup was fantastic as all your recipes! Nice amount of heat.

Super tasty soup! Add in the sweet peppers, onion, and tofu. I made this last night and hubby (big fan of Malaysian food) looovvved it! If you make this soup (or any of my others), you’ll never make the instant kind again!

Layers of good flavors and just a beautiful presentation in a bowl! Too spicy for us and we can take a lot of heat, so I am wondering if the green would have been milder. Check out my Recipe Index, follow me on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, and sign up for FREE email newsletter. The flavors had definitely blended and it was delicious. Don’t know if it was the brand of fish sauce I used or the 2 tablespoons of it, but I thought it did not make for a great balance of flavors–overpowered the delicious curry and coconut. Thank you! Then add grilled chicken, pork, beef, tofu, or shrimp. My kids loved it, Didn’t know how this would turn out, I used freezer rotisserie chicken from Costco.

Thank you for this recipe! This soup is packed with so much flavor with bites of tender chicken, rice noodles, cilantro, basil and lime juice! Meanwhile, cook the rice noodles according to the package instructions. Only alteration and not ever a big one was added chicken to the soup to let it absorb some more of the flavor and also rewarm it since it was cooked earlier in day. My family are a huge Thai fans and this recipe is as good as anything we get at our favourite Thai restaurant. Thanks so much! I love this recipe.

It. This is an awesome recipe.

Loved by the kids and adults. , Hi Jen, Made this recipe for saturday easy dinner. I only had buckwheat soba noodles, but they worked out fine. But be sure not to overcook the noodles, especially if you want to reheat leftovers. Homemade, delicious soup in no time at all – You are welcome! Thank you. Your email address will not be published. This Thai-style noodle soup features coconut milk, red curry paste, ginger, shrimp, mushrooms, and spinach. This is marked as a “new favorite” and I’ll make it again soon. This website is written and produced for informational purposes only. The best part is that they are made from fresh, simple ingredients and there’s no packet of powder to be found. My Kroger doesn’t carry green curry paste. I threw in some chopped up peanuts and it made an excellent addition. I used my own chicken stock which adds a little more depth as well. Jenn, you may not have a recipe for hot and sour soup. And so easy to put together! My hubby and I loved it. The flavors were nicely layered and nuanced. My 26 year old son was home visiting and drank the broth from the bowl. ", This Thai-inspired "drunkard's noodles" dish features colorful, crunchy veggies in a flavorful sauce spiced up with red pepper flakes. Great winter cure all! This is the 5th thing I have made from your posted recipes and each one is as good as the last!

Excellent soup but used red curry paste as I had that on hand. Now I have to go review your delicious beef stew – another home run.

I don’t know how but this recipe has more layers of flavor than it has ingredients. The first time I made it exactly as Jenn’s recipe using green curry paste and the second time with red curry paste. So flavorful. I get mine at a local Asian store for $2.60. This soup was superb! Seriously, The Best Broccoli of Your Life. I realized I only had a smaller can of coconut milk so I had to use that…it was still incredible. Read our. To prepare the soup, bring the chicken broth and the water to boil in a pot. I love all your recipes and looking forward to making your Thai Chicken Noodle Soup tomorrow! Loved it, shared it with some collegues from work and they are enthusiasts too. Instead of regular flat rice noodles, I bought a packet of Bee Thai Bak (米苔目), which is pretty much rice noodle but shaped differently. My 8 yr old daughter requests it several times already. I’d say shrimp would be an amazing addition to this though. This was a delicious soup. Another awesome recipe ! When we’re ready to eat, I simply warm it up, add chicken (and/or pan-seared shrimp) noodles (or cooked rice) and cilantro. Hi Stacey, They have a slightly different flavor but are generally interchangeable in recipes. To obtain the most accurate nutritional information in a given recipe, you should calculate the nutritional information with the actual ingredients used in your recipe, using your preferred nutrition calculator. I love your tips Jenn!! There was no conversation around the dinner table..just slurping! I made this today and it is outstanding. I think the key is ensuring that you start with a flavorful stock. Jenn, you are amazing, I use your recipes at least 2 times a week for the past year or so and I’ve yet to find one that is less than 5 stars. Nutritional information is offered as a courtesy and should not be construed as a guarantee. My hubby loved the soup! Hi Rochelle, sorry you found this a bit too spicy. I did add 6 cloves of crushed garlic and also simmered the broth with a couple of stalks of lemongrass. My son and his girlfriend gobbled it up (should I say “slurped it down”? Can I sub that? Jenn your a culinary goddess! BTW – I plan on making your Focaccia bread, make ahead mashed potatoes and the Pumpkin cheesecake for Thanksgiving this year. Don’t change a thing and it is the best flavor ever.

Then I made myself a bowl and damn now I know. I make a batch of this whenever my husband or I have a cold, and it works like magic.

So warming and a delicious balance of flavors! Yes, Grace, I think this would still be tasty with no turmeric. Can't spell Rasa Malaysia? If I wanted to use fresh lemongrass, turmeric and galangal how would I adjust the recipe. Also, it tasted even better the next day. Can’t wait for the cookbook! I also added red bell pepper, mushrooms and fresh basil for some added veg. Used Red Curry Paste, poached and shredded chick breasts and omitted the fish sauce but it was still great. Definitely use that because it’s a great taste and I know the red would have been such a different flavor profile.). But Jenn that was absolutely outstanding and will now become a standard in the Sunday football rotations. Just like every recipe we’ve tried of Jenn’s (and we are probably at about 60! 6 Stars! At first I thought there was too much fish sauce when I tasted in the pot, but once the add-in ingredients were in the bowl everything was perfect. Also, go lightly on the lemongrass as the curry paste already has some of that flavor in it.
Next time I will buy the extra thin noodles. Required fields are marked *. A definite comfort food. If you like, you can add some shredded lettuce leaves and sliced fish cakes on top of the noodle soup, and serve it with some cut red chilies (and bird's eyes chilies) in soy sauce, just like the way it's served in Penang. This is a good recipe. Hi Jenn! Does this make a difference and what is the difference between red and green? Will definitely make this again…delicious! The perils of ageing, I guess. My husband and I started the Keto / low carb lifestyle since mid 2019. I used a regular onion instead of shallots. You can make the garlic oil by stir-frying some minced garlic with oil. The flavors were a little overwhelming and sharp… I put the broth in the fridge and had leftovers tonight. I usually struggle to find all the ingredients for Thai recipes at our local store but everything on this list was easy to find and it turned out great! Easy and delicious. "Look for the more exotic items in the Asian foods section at your local grocery store. Reduce the heat and cook according to noodle package instructions (just until tender). I added about 1/2 tablespoon of sambal oelek which made it more to my liking. This Thai chicken soup is 100% absolutely delicious and so incredibly easy! This gave us a fix. . Thanks!! So I have made this a few times and played around with it a bit: love the green curry paste! Allrecipes Magazine, Credit: This is a GREAT soup and one I will add to my recipe collection. With rice noodles on hand, dinner's easy to improvise. Add the green onions, Bok Choy or Chinese greens, soy sauces, oyster sauce & the noodles. You’ll notice that the recipe calls for Thai green curry paste, an excellent substitute for hard-to-find Asian ingredients, like lemongrass and galangal. My stepdaughter has a very refined palate and she said I need this recipe immediately!

I made this for my family, and they loved it! I have been a follower for years! The taste is fresh, comforting and simply delicious a complete meal in a bowl. As a California transplant to the South I miss great Thai food. I only had the red curry paste and thought it was perfection! We also added just a touch of Asian chili-garlic sauce to give it a kick! Incredbile soup, absolutely my favourite thing to cook on the weekend when I want something light and fresh! Wow what an easy recipe to whip together. Found your recipes about a month ago and have yet to be disappointed. This is absolutely AMAZING!!

Is there a combination that you would recommend to try?

I didn’t have any rotisserie chicken on hand so I simmered a couple of bone-in chicken breasts and ended up with a great broth as well as enough chicken for this recipe. This will be my new winter staple for a fast soup on a cold day. Add a small handful of rice noodles to a bowl and top with the vegetable soup. I make it vegetarian by subbing vegetable broth and seitan/tofu/edamame in place of the chicken. But this soup is at least as good as our local Thai restaurant’s.

In a large saucepan, heat the chicken stock and bring to a boil.

Begin by heating the oil in a medium soup pot. I don’t think the soup as a whole would freeze well, but that the broth would freeze nicely. Guess how long it takes to make this soup. But switching up your side dishes can bring a refreshing change to a classic comfort food dish. DELICIOUS!!! Continue simmering for 5 minutes. A delicious soup with plenty of vibrant flavors that are brought together in one pot. (I’m never sure exactly where to get “Sriacha sauce” so I just use some hot sauce I have on hand). Red, yellow or mussamun curry paste is also a delicious option. says Kaeli. Is there a way to cut the spiciness from this? Either way this recipe is now on a long, long list of recipes from Once upon a chef that I will continue to make regularly!

Thank you for another 5-star recipe! My husband liked it so much he went back for seconds which is always a good indicator of deliciousness. Great to warm up in the cold winter months. I was so happy to find this recipe is so close to my favorite restaurant’s soup. I added a some small broccoli flowers, thin red pepper strips and a handful of baby spinach. I found this to be a perfect blend of hot, sweet and spicy and will definitely be making again. Thanks again for another delicious recipe!
Thank you and no need to apologize. I’ve used both green and red curry paste and love both. I’ve made a similar recipe in the past that was a lot more labour intensive & this packed the same flavour punch we thought. And, while it varies by brand, red curry paste is generally not spicier than green; sometimes just the opposite. Add in the rice noodles and boil according to package instructions (mine called for 4-5 minutes and 4 minutes was perfect). My husband and I polished the whole recipe off (2 bowls each). This soup is so easy and very flavorful. I did add 2 cloves minced garlic and sliced mushrooms and red pepper. So I decided to give this a whirl- all the aromatics can only help with a stuffed up nose and busted immune system, I figured. Thanks Jenn! Hope that clarifies!

This soup is so good and easy!

If the soup isn’t salty enough for you, add another splash of tamari or soy sauce.