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Thai Spicy Noodle Soup

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  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 2 cloves garlic (minced)
  • 1 tablespoon ginger (fresh grated)
  • 2 tablespoons Thai red curry paste
  • 4 cups vegetable broth
  • 14 ounces coconut milk
  • 1 cup water
  • 8 ounces rice noodles
  • 1 tablespoon lime juice
  • fresh cilantro (optional)
  • green onions (optional)
  • peanuts (optional)
  • red chilies (optional)
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    Calories410Calories from Fat310
    Total Fat34g52%
    Saturated Fat27g135%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat310
    Total Carbohydrate25g8%
    Dietary Fiber3g12%
    Vitamin A15%
    Vitamin C10%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Ethan G. 7 months ago
    Made a few modifications to give it something extra- used crunchy wonton strips as a topping instead of the peanuts, doubled the curry paste, and added in about 2 1/2 cups frozen stir fry vegetable mix. Be generous with the liquid, as stated it absorbs into the soup very easily.
    Nyssa Bowen 9 months ago
    I didn’t hate it. I added .5 of a tablespoon more of the curry paste but think I should have increased it more. The curry paste was really the only thing that brought flavor into the dish.
    Anahi Pacheco a year ago
    my husband loved it and said it tasted super authentic
    Samantha Bishop a year ago
    Tastes like bleargh in a blender.
    Jon Wells a year ago
    Bland bland bland. I tried adding more paste but it’s too late,
    Donna L a year ago
    This was very good and I'll make it again. Only thing different I did was increase the curry paste amount a little because of some of the comments I read here, but honestly I think it would've been flavorful enough if I hadn't done that :) I sliced up green onions but instead of using as garnish I simmered them in the soup broth. I used thin rice noodles and simmered them in the soup broth just until tender. Perfect. Yes, once the leftovers sat there for awhile the noodles soaked up much of the broth but that's fine with me. I like it that way as well.
    Akeri Myint Zaw a year ago
    i want to know guide
    Gabriella P. a year ago
    Lovely recipe, if you know how to adjust it. Double the curry paste, add a bit of salt, some veggies (I added corn, julienne cut carrots and some green leaves I had lying around), a source of protein (chicken or prawns work best) and, for the love of god, cook the noodles in another pot and add them directly to the bowl just before serving, otherwise they'll turn into mush in no time. (the recipe works with yellow curry paste too)
    Natalya Balal a year ago
    Super disappointing. I followed the recipe and I ended up adding an extra tablespoon of the curry paste because it tasted like absolutely nothing... still tasted so BLAND! I added salt, soy sauce, more lime, and sriracha and it was still tasteless. Trying a new recipe next time; this one was a dud.
    Ayesha a year ago
    It was really good just add a little more curry sauce and we live in istanbul so there is no red curry paste just green curry paste but that worked too!
    Allison H. a year ago
    SO yummy! Made it three times in 2 weeks lol.
    Amy H. a year ago
    Loved this. Only problem was that we added the noodles to the pot and ate our servings. It was just the 2 of us so there was still about half left over. When we went back for seconds (because it was THAT good) it was no longer soup!!! Just curry noodles. I think next time I wont add the noodles to the pot but keep them separate to be added into each serving. We followed other reviewers and added more red curry paste as well as just a little sweet thai chili sauce for heat/sweet.
    Sam Rosiek a year ago
    It was ok but bland. I had to add more red curry paste and salt and added fish sauce.
    Hobbs 2 years ago
    It was really good! I added a extra half cup of water. And a couple Thai peppers and extra red curry paste
    Daniel Henriksen 2 years ago
    Will definitely make it again. I would hafta agree with other reviews that it seemed to be missing something but adding some salt and extra green onion did the trick!
    Holland 2 years ago
    We loved it! I added chilli oil to make it spicy, and my entire family loved it! Great recipe!
    Sam P. 2 years ago
    such a good recipe! This is the second time we made it.
    Kathleen 2 years ago
    did not like this one. not enough taste.
    Kym L. 2 years ago
    So delicious! I only used one serving last night so will use the leftover broth for more noodles tonight. Going to add boiled chicken this time. I added lots of spice and next time will double the liquid for 4 servings.
    Carmen Metsar 2 years ago
    Great! My stepdad ate the whole thing, because it was just that tasty, haha.
    Ginger Werner 2 years ago
    Amazing I loved it super creamy next time I’ll cook my noodles separately but other than that so good !!
    Lars Viktor Høvik 2 years ago
    Good creamy soup. Add some extra spoons with curry to bring the spiceness to a thai level.
    Rockburn 2 years ago
    I did not like it at all
    Ife M. 2 years ago
    We enjoyed this, although I added much more curry paste then the recipe called for. The flavor wasnt coming through very well before then. We also added vegetables. Will do some variation of this again.
    Helen Chiu 2 years ago
    I liked this. I added shrimp, white fish, green beans and mushrooms.
    Eliza 2 years ago
    Very creamy - needs some veg!
    Kim 2 years ago
    Really good. Very easy and quick to make Added lots of veggies and more red curry paste.
    Petzold 2 years ago
    This soup is a beautiful balance of scent, taste, colour, and texture. I add sweet red pepper and matchstick carrots, and offer the option of pulled chicken.
    Truly-Plant-Based 2 years ago
    Delicious and I will make it again!
    Abby E. 2 years ago
    The flavor is really nice. Perfect for those who want a little kick, but I wouldn’t call it spicy. My only recommendation is to use 4oz of noodles or double the broth. I followed her tips about serving right after but I just think the noodles to broth ration was off