So I made the yummiest soup the other day, it had Thai red curry paste, sweet potato and I put noodles in it! It was so yummy! Wondering if anyone has anything kind of similar but tastes different - so I don't get bored of eating the same flavor all the time.
Although I'm thinking I could try a green curry version?
I make a green curry One, just add loads more stock than for the "curry" and cook the noodles in it, it's lovely. It thickens as the noodles sit in it so it's nice for lunch the next day as a noodle dish rather than a soup.
Chicken stock (I boil my own most of the time but water and stock cube is quicker) Chinese five spice (loads) Ginger (little bit) Garlic (loads) Chilli (as much as you like) Soy sauce (a good glug) Cracked black pepper Carrots Chicken
Boil everything up til the carrots are tender then throw in Mushrooms Spring onions Pak choi Tenderstem broccoli And finish with sesame seeds and oil.
Ooo yes. We call it magic soup at is really is a cure all, for physical or soul sickness. Basic base of chicken stock, coconut milk and Thai curry paste (red or green) and chuck in leftover chicken, spring onions, bean sprouts, chilli, garlic and ginger and anything you have lying around. Add noodles and lime juice a few minutes before serving. Sooooo good. I ripped it off from the chicken itame they serve at Wagamama.
I usually just do; Chicken breast , chopped small Onion Green pepper Chestnut mushrooms Fried in any veg oil with a little splash of sesame oil Stir in green Thai paste, tin of coconut milk (I keep a packet of the maggi dried one in just in case) splash of Thai fish sauce, little brown sugar, chicken stock. Simmer for about 15 mins then add rice stick noodles and frozen peas, simmer until cooked, season with soy sauce. Yum.