- 2 cans coconut milk (14-ounce/400 mL eachof premium)
- 1 tablespoon curry paste (Thai)
- 1 bunch cilantro (rinsed well)
- 2 chicken breasts (thinly sliced)
- 500 milliliters chicken broth (0 of)
- 1 carrot (shredded)
- 5 lime leaves
- 2 stalks lemon grass (halved lengthwise, woody leaves removed)
- 2 tablespoons fish sauce
- 2 limes
- ginger (a small knob frozen)
- 1 handful bean sprouts
- 8 ounces rice noodles (package)
- 1 bunch cilantro leaves (rinsed well)
- 3 green onions (thinly sliced)
- 2 salt (or soy sauce)
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Lee W. 15 days ago
I converted it to an instant pot version and it was fine. Probably amp up the curry a bit and drop and of the cans of coconut milk and add more veggies.
Kylie K. 10 Nov
omg that is amazing.
Lindsey VanderMolen 10 Oct
I made this for my roommate and I and it turned out great! I added some chilli garlic sauce for an extra kick, nixed the sprouts and added mushrooms. fantastic winter recipe!
Robin 5 Sep
This was very good, but it was thanks to some adjustments I made based on some previous reviews. I only used the juice of one lime initially & then added a bit more at the end to my liking. I think the zest & juice of 2 limes is too much (and I didn’t even have or use lime leaves). I also only added enough noodles so that there was a good balance of noodles & broth.
roxana h. 5 Jun
great recipe! would mae again
Jennifer Freese 30 Apr
it is amazing! We can't have noodles so I replaced the noodles with wild rice that I had already had in the fridge cooked... And I added some chicken. I am definitely going to make this again
Keisha W. 27 Mar
I didnt have lime leaves and I added corn. I will definately make this again! Perfect for nor easter
Linda N. 25 Mar
Real good. I added extra lite soy sauce and minced some lemon grass. I will make this again!
Linda Fuller 20 Feb
Good maybe a little less lime next time
Sean 18 Feb
I only used 1-1/2 of the limes and that was wayyyy too much. Next time only one lime.
Simpson 2 Dec 2017
Loved the flavor and very creamy which is what I was aiming for.
Lauren Amenedo 21 Sep 2017
Very tasty! Next time I'll cook the rice noodles separately as they absorbed all my broth.
Alexandra V. 23 Jul 2017
Anazing!! Add lots of coconut milk for a creamier soup
Jon Nowicki 6 Jul 2017
The flavors are perfect. You can add your favorite vegetables decrease the stock and serve over rice or make as published as I did.
Sarah 24 Mar 2017
Delicious! We love Thai food and the noodles make it kid friendly. I like that it can also be vegetarian if need be, and it's still so full of flavor even without the chicken.
Steve S. 13 Mar 2017
Used yellow curry to create a very tasty family pleasing dinner. Had to double the amount of curry because the coconut milk mellowed it out too much. I added red pepper at the end rather than sprouts and it was great!
RonaSmith 28 Dec 2016
Fabulous!!!! I added a bit more red curry paste and used grated lemongrass. I will definitely be making this again
Jessica B. 9 Dec 2016
Best Thai Soup recipe I've made yet! The only thing I added was red peppers and grape tomatoes halved. Thank you!
Kary Clark 9 Nov 2016
My four kids and my husband loved this soup! Just got added to our menu calendar 😋 thank you Chef Michael!
Julia B. 3 Oct 2016
Loved it! will be on my regulars now. I liked the sourness of the lime, mixed with the cilantro and the sweetness of the coconut milk! Excellent! Everybody that loves thai needs to make this!
Kelly U. 14 Jul 2016
Pretty good. Halfed the recipe and then I had to add a little more chicken broth because I had too many rice noodles.
Emily M. 2 Jul 2016
I made this without the chicken, since i didn't have any. Otherwise i followed the recipe and it was really good. The ingredients say coconut milk, and then the instructions said coconut cream. I used the cream and it was creamy and yummy. Also at the grocery store i found rice sticks and not rice noodles but they are apparently the same thing. Would definitely make again.