Monday, November 28, 2011

Thai Coconut Curry Soup

We've been trying to add more healthy meals to our weekly schedule, this one was GREAT and vegan.
Lee's a sucker for any form of Thai food so his review of this might be slightly bias but He did give it two thumbs up!

1Tbsp Olive Oil
3 Cloves Garlic
1 can of drained corn or about a cup of frozen corn
4-5 Green Onions
1 med Red Pepper
2 15 oz cans of Coconut Milk
1  1/2 cups Rice Milk
2 tsp good Curry Powder
1/4 tsp Red Curry Paste (not really necessary but it you have some it's good to add)
1 tsp Salt
1/2 cup Minced Cilantro (I don't like cilantro so I cut it out of mine)
This is great for a starter soup but if it's for dinner:
I add a few nugget potatoes and a couple of florets of cauliflower.

Add oil and garlic to a soup pot, fry up a bit until the garlic is fragrant, add the white part of the green onions and the red pepper. Cook in pot for a couple minutes.

Add all the milks, corn, curry powder, curry paste, and salt.

Cook until the potatoes are done, or if your not using potatoes cook until it's all heated through.

At the last minute throw in the cilantro and green parts of green onions and serve.


Very Yummy!!

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for the recipe! I love your napkins, did you make them? I'd love to know where you got them or the fabric from! Thanks.

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  2. I love coconut soup! I will have to give this a try.

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  3. Its a save! Mmmmm sounds good. Oh the napkin has such a pretty print!

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  4. I did make the napkins! The fabric is from Jo Ann Fabrics, it's in their quilting section.
    I haven't seen it there the last few times I was in the store, so I'm not sure if they still carry it, but it's worth a look!
    Hope that helped a bit!
    Ashli

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  5. that sounds fresshing as far as taste goes.

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  6. Looks tasty! I'm always trying to add more vegan stuff to my cooking repetoire...I was a vegan for the month of September and I felt SO much better (but I went back to the cruel, cruel mistress - CHEESE!)

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  7. That does look delicious! We are not vegan, would using regular skim milk be okay?

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  8. I made this last night for dinner! I am also a sucker for Thai food, and it was DELICIOUS!!!

    I added potatoes and shrimp, and also some carrots and I will definitely be making this all the time!

    Thank you!

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