Sunday, October 6, 2013

Hot Thai Soup

So this is my favorite soup recipe! My dear friend and former co-worker made it for me, and it has been a true autumn favorite ever since.

Hot Thai soup

4-6 peeps

3 large carrots
2 red peppers
1 whole broccoli
1 yellow onion
30 g fresh ginger (or more if you LOVE ginger like me)
2 stems of lemongrass
2 red chilis
4 cloves of garlic
1 tbl. sp. red curry paste
1 liter chicken stock
2 tins of coconut cream
2 dl dry white wine
2 tbl.sp tamari
3 tbl.sp. fish sauce
juice from 1 lime
some turmeric (or safran if you have)
coconut oil for frying

How to:
Clean the greens and cut into smaller pieces. Peel the ginger and grate it. Chop the lemongrass finely. 
Cut the chilies in half and remove the seeds, slice finely. 

Heat up the oil in a large soup-pot and add the finely chopped garlic, red currypaste, onion, carrots and ginger. Sauté until the onions are shiny and the carrots tender. Add the red peppers, broccoli, lemon grass  and chilis as well as the chicken stock. coconut cream, white wine, tamari, fish sauce and lime juice. Add a pinch of turmeric (or safran) for the beautiful color. Let it all simmer under the lid for around 25-30 min. 

After 30 min. blend the soup to a fine, creamy liquid. Let it all boil once more, taste with salt and serve. 
( I like to add some tiger prawns or noodles as an extra touch for when i'm extra hungry!)

Bon Appetit!


  1. Thanks for joining my link up party! What a great recipe!

  2. You're welcome :) Thx for having me - good inspiration for those autumn days.

  3. MMM Looks delicious - I love hot soup - Found your blog through the blog hop - have followed through bloglovin and Pinterest - would appreciate a follow back - Thanks !

  4. You got it Todd! Thx for stopping by. :) (More soup recipes inc. soon)

  5. That looks so yummy! I love any recipe I could use chicken stock in lol. Found you through the blog hop, would love if you stopped by Share Something Sunday for my first Link Party! Have a great day, and you gained a new follower :-)

  6. Hiya Ashley, thx so much for following. I actually use chicken stock in almost all my soups (or beef stock) - it's just so much easier! Joined your first link party and look forward to many more! :)

    1. Now I'm going to go looking for all your soup recipes! And to imagine, a few years ago I bought my broth from a can lol. Thanks for linking up!