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Thai Chicken Noodle Soup filled with curry and coconut flavor, chicken, vegetables and rice noodles! This is a classic soup recipe that will soon become your family favorite + gluten-free. The flavor of this Thai noodle soup is incredible! At first the bites you get a rich cream of coconut milk and chicken broth, then you get a little crunch from chicken and vegetables and to bring it a little taste of spicy curry.
How to make One Pot Thai Chicken Noodle Soup
You only need 30 minutes to serve a pot of Thai Chicken Noodle Soup at home. Such an easy and quick recipe to do. Now, follow the full recipe below from the beginning until the end.
- Six small glasses tasking chicken broth
- Two chicken breasts
- One stalk lemongrass and minced
- Three tablespoons frozen lemongrass
- Four leaves of kaffir lime
- One thumb-sized piece ginger
- One large carrot and sliced
- One red chili, chopped
- Three cloves garlic, chopped
- ¼ small glasses lemon juice
- Three tablespoons fish sauce
- ¼ small glasses coconut milk
- Black pepper
- 10 oz dry flat Thai rice noodles
- One teaspoon sugar
- Prepare a large pot of water to a boil and don’t forget to add the noodles. Remove from the heat and let the noodle soak 6-8 minutes, or until soft but still chewy. Rinse and drain briefly with cold water to avoid sticking.
- Add fresh or grilled chicken, galangal or ginger, lemongrass, carrots, lemon leaves and chicken bones, if you have. Boil them for a minute, then heat to medium and put the lid on. Let the soup boil for another 5-6 minutes, when the chicken is almost cooked you can add some bok choy.
- While boiling the soup, put the garlic, chili, lemon juice and two tablespoons of fish sauce and stir. Lower the heat to minimum heat and add coconut milk for about 13 cups of the sauce. Then, stir these ingredients until well combined.
- Taste the soup, add the fish sauce again if you want. If it feels too salty, squeeze another lime or pour additional lemon juice. Add chili if you need to be more spicy, or more coconut milk if it is too hot. Meanwhile, if the soup is a bit too sour, add two teaspoons sugar.
- To serve, put a mound of soft noodles in a bowl on top of the soup. Top with the last sprinkling of fresh pepper and cilantro. Also, you may serve this with Thai chili sauce, either purchased with your homemade chili sauce recipe to provide your soup an extra spicy flavor.
That’s just a few steps and how to make one pot Thai chicken noodle soup. Easy right? If you are interested in trying it, make yourself at home and make sure you follow the recipe. Good luck.