Find incredibly flavourful Thai noodle soup recipes, including Thai chicken curry broth with noodles, Thai beef noodle soup and more.
A satisfying and warming soup that's easy to prepare. I prefer to use the spicy Thai chilli sauce to add flavour rather than the sweet dipping sauce, but either will work.
Bursting with flavour, this main-course beef soup is packed with vegetables and noodles. If you can't get fresh lime leaves easily, they are available in jars at some supermarkets. You can eat the noodles, beef and vegetables with chopsticks, then enjoy the soup with a spoon.
A healthy, tongue tantalising, Oriental soup-like dish inspired by the Thai favourite Tom Yum Soup. Low in fat, low in salt but high in flavour. For those who want to lose weight but don't want the boring salad, this dish is for you. So easy to prepare literally takes 15 minutes to prepare and cook. Faster than most microwave meals!
A Thai curry soup made with coconut milk, prawns, mushrooms and spinach. Chicken or extra vegetables could be used instead of the prawns.
This deliciously tasting soup is easy to make. You can find a video instruction of this recipe on my Youtube channel "Cooking with Dorus".
Thai soups come in an amazing array of colours and spices. This recipe is easy to follow and can be changed to suit any palate from the heat of the chilli to the strength of the broth. In Thailand, an indispensable ingredient is a good Thai paste. We will incorporate this into the recipe. You'll start by putting your Thai paste together the day before to be used in an array of Thai food classics such as curries, broths and noodles. Refrigerate in an airtight container.
I made this delicious noodle soup at home with chicken after tasting something similar at a Thai restaurant. I just kept playing around with ingredients until I got it right. I think it's pretty authentic. Hope you enjoy it!
A fragrant lemongrass, ginger, chicken and coconut soup is ladled over Thai rice noodles. Makes a delicious lunch for 4.
A stunning Thai dish with many layers and texture, Guay Diaw Lawd is made with pork belly and chicken wings and served over rice noodles. This recipe feeds about 5 people, but it can easily be increased for a party if needed. Serve with dried chilli flakes, chilli vinegar and fried garlic for guests to flavour their soup as they wish. Leftovers are easily reheated.
This soup is equally good with prawns or chicken. Traditional Thai soup recipes usually don't contain extra veg like pak choi in them but I like to add them for the five a day.