Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Tom Yum Soup Noodles With Coconut Milk


This is my quick version of Tom Yum Soup Noodles With Coconut Milk. This recipe uses ready-made Tom Yum and roasted chili paste. Coconut milk enhances the soup’s taste and consistency, which complements well with the thin rice stick noodles. This is a simple noodle soup that can be enjoyed at anytime!


Tom Yum Soup Noodles With Coconut Milk

Ingredients


150 g Dried Thin Rice Stick Noodles, cooked according to the manufacturer’s instructions
6 Large River Prawns or White Prawns
4 Scallops
1 Tomato, halved and quartered or 6 Grape Tomatoes, halved
6- 8 Small Oyster Mushrooms or any variety
A Small Handful Coriander Leaves
1 Lime, cut into wedges

Soup
5 Cups (1.25 Liter) Chicken Stock
1 Lemongrass, sliced
1” Piece Galangal, sliced
4 Bird’s Eye Chilies
3 Kaffir Lime Leaves, torn
3 Tbsp Tom Yum Paste
1 Tbsp Roasted Chili Paste
8 Tbsp Coconut Milk
¼ tsp Sea Salt to taste

Method

Place the chicken stock, lemongrass, galangal, chilies, and lime leaves in a medium saucepan. Bring to the boil and reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer for 10 minutes.

Then mix in the Tom Yum paste, roasted chili paste, and coconut milk. Bring to the boil, add prawns, scallops, tomatoes, mushroom, sea salt, and simmer for a further 2 to 3 minutes or until the prawns and scallops are cooked. Season the soup with additional salt, if necessary.

Ladle the soup into bowls with rice noodles and serve with coriander and lime wedges.

Serves 2

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16 comments:

  1. Such beautiful shrimp! This looks like my kind of soup!

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  2. Just found your blog and LOVING IT! I will have to try this soup.

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  3. Angie...you have me drooling all over ...the next time I come here I beta put on a napkin around my neck. Simply mouth-eatering. I must try this...thanks for sharing such a delectable and mouth-watering tom yum. Great photos too ! :)

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  4. Looks really delicious! Gotta to try it soon! :)

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  5. beautiful dish! thanks for the post!

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  6. This sounds so exotic to me :) But it look awesome!

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  7. This looks so delicious. I love this Thai soup and the presentation with the shrimp looks so perfect!!

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  8. @Jennifer: Thanks.

    @A Thought For Food: Thanks. It's my kind of soup too.

    @Maria: Thanks Maria.

    @Elin: Thanks Elin, you're so sweet!

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  9. @Sarah: Thanks.

    @Margaret: Do try the recipe and enjoy.

    @Swee San: Thanks.

    @karlyeats: Thanks for the compliment.

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  10. This is a work of art! So pretty, I could look at it all day. I had varied Tom Yum experiences on my recent trip to Thailand. The very first one was a Mekong Fish version with lots of bones and none of the tomato red colour that I was expecting. It was a muddy brown instead. Not sure if it was a regional variation or not? I started to suspect that the Tom Yum we eat here in New Zealand is different to the version they have in Thailand. Thoughts?

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  11. @bunnyeatsdesign: There are many versions of Tom Yum, even in Thailand. I am not familiar with the Tom Yum served in New Zealand. However, over here in Vancouver, the soup has been toned down to suit the local.

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  12. gorgeous tom yum soup!♥! :)

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  13. This looks really good. I like Tom Yum soup. Blue crab compliment the Tom Yum base really well. I love this soup with blue crab. So good! Thanks for sharing =)

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