Yui inspired Thai soup. Great recipe for Yui inspired Thai soup. I'm learning so much from Yui's recipes. I never really tried to cook Thai food much at home but I'm starting to really understand the flavours now.
Coconut milk and lime juice seasoned with ginger root and cayenne pepper create a spicy broth for this Thai-inspired soup with strips of white chicken, cilantro and chopped. Thai Red Curry Noodle Soup – Yes, you can have Thai takeout right at home! This soup is packed with so much flavor with bites of tender chicken, rice noodles, cilantro, basil and lime juice! This Tasty Yui inspired Thai soup using 10 easy ingredients and 3 easy steps. Follow these simple steps to achieve delicious meal.
Ingredients of Yui inspired Thai soup
- It’s 400 g of prawns.
- Prepare 1 of Red pepper.
- You need to taste of Red Thai curry paste.
- Prepare 1.5 litres of veg stock.
- It’s 250 ml of coconut milk.
- You need tablespoon of fish sauce.
- Prepare teaspoon of brown sugar.
- You need of Spring onions to serve.
- You need of Thai basil (if you can get it, I can't) or normal basil to serve.
- You need of Lime to serve.
So cozy, comforting and fragrant – plus, it's easy enough for any night of the week! This special Thai soup is based on an ancient recipe from the Central Plains region of Thailand, where rice, fish, and vegetables are the common local ingredients. It is a fiery-hot soup with both sour and sweet overtones that make for a lively combination, especially when paired with fish and/or seafood. This simple Thai chicken soup has that distinctive Thai flavor-a balance of spicy, salty, sweet, and sour.
Yui inspired Thai soup step by step
- Add curry paste and coconut milk to a wok or large pan. Bring gently to the boil. Meanwhile boil the kettle to make the stock and wash and slice up the pepper.
- Add the fish sauce and sugar. Then add the stock. Bring gently back to the boil and add the peppers.
- After a min or two add the prawns. Cook for another 5 minutes and serve with lime, basil and spring onions 😀.
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