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Thai Chicken & Coconut Soup

January/February 1996, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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Rich coconut milk and chicken broth infused with lemongrass, chiles and ginger combine to give this fragrant, spicy soup authentic Asian flavor.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was delicious! I think perhaps a tad too much lime, but absolutely yummy! Melyssa, Bluffton, SC "
Thai Chicken & Coconut Soup

4 Reviews for Thai Chicken & Coconut Soup

01/27/2012
Anonymous

What a comforting, cozy and exotic taste at the end of a busy snowy day! This is a keeper.

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

This was delicious! I think perhaps a tad too much lime, but absolutely yummy!

Melyssa, Bluffton, SC

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

I made this tonight for my husband and me. I added some potatoes and sliced onions to the broth after straining out the chilies, ginger, lemongrass and garlic. I also used shrimp instead of chicken. This soup was so tasty. We're both stuffed! I will definitely be making this again. One thing I noticed was the broth really cooked away while I was simmering the chilies, ginger etc. so I added more broth. I may have let the veggies simmer too long but thought I'd mention it.

Hilary, Baltimore, MD

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

I love Thai food because of the wonderfully fragrant and delicious mixture of spices and flavors. This soup was excellent, and very satisfying.

Joseph, Sacramento, CA

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Anonymous wrote 15 weeks 4 days ago

I agree with everyone - this

I agree with everyone - this soup was amazing. Very satisfying indeed. It was a light, fragrant summer time soup that I will be making over and over again, be it with chicken or tofu or noodles... it's just wonderful and has way less calories and sodium than some other (similar) soups I saw. Thank you very much for posting this recipe.

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