Thai Chicken Soup
This lightly creamy, richly flavored Thai Chicken Soup comes together easily in under an hour. It’s hearty with chicken and sweet potatoes, and bursting with all kinds of freshness. Add a little heat, or a lot, it’s all up to you!
Do you know what’s better than a steaming hot bowl of soup on a chilly, wintry day?
A bowl of soup with an additional kick of heat, that’s what!
Make this easy, richly flavored Thai Chicken Soup in under an hour. It’s hearty with chicken and sweet potatoes, and bursting with all kinds of freshness. You can easily subdue (or even do away with) the heat, if it’s just not your thing!
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Thai Chicken Soup with coconut milk
I absolutely adore a lightly creamy soup. This Thai chicken soup recipe, as you probably already guessed, gets its creaminess from coconut milk. Just enough to give a bit of lusciousness to the broth, without feeling heavy.
And my (easy) secret weapon for adding flavor depth to this soup is roasted red chili paste.
If you haven’t tried this product, I highly recommend that you get your hands on some. I can always find it in the Asian section of Target and the grocery stores we shop at. The paste packs a sweet heat that I find irresistible. If you’re not fond of heat, simply back off or eliminate this ingredient altogether. (But pleeeeease try it!!)
I not only enjoy eating this soup; I also enjoy making this soup.
Just look at all that beautiful freshness!
And this time of year, I can’t resist adding sweet potatoes to our meals.
High in nutrients and fiber, our kids have grown to embrace this fresh comfort food over the last few years. So I’ll gladly slide a couple sweet potatoes onto the menu whenever I can.
We center the majority of our meals at home around lean protein. So I’m sure to always have all natural Gold’n Plump Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast Fillets on hand. They’re so very versatile; the meal options are endless.
A few more flavorful comfort recipes with chicken:
Gold’n Plump assures high-quality chicken raised on family farms, free of unwanted ingredients and solutions, and with no antibiotics-ever. I also like that the chicken breasts are carefully trimmed and basically ready to use out of the package. That means less prep time for me, which is always a plus.
Thai Chicken Soup
Serve this Thai soup with fresh lime wedges, for squeezing over the top. We go through MANY lime wedges at our table! And if you like even a bit more heat, offer some thin slices of Fresno or jalapeno peppers. I assure you, it’s just the thing for a chilly, wintry day!
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Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 352Total Fat: 21gSaturated Fat: 14gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 18mgSodium: 212mgCarbohydrates: 33gFiber: 5gSugar: 10gProtein: 14g
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