Thai soups can range from a coconut base to a more savory broth. They can also be an appetizer or the main dish. Recipes such as Thai Pumpkin Soup, Thai Peanut Soup, and Coconut Lime Chicken Soup give you an array of flavors from which to choose.See Popular Thai Soups Recipes
Served in the rustic northern-Thai style with the aromatics left in, this spicy, gingery stew makes a fantastic main course or starter. It's also believed to boost energy. For an even healthier version, remove the skin from the Cornish hens before searing.
This creamy soup blends flavors popular in Thai cooking, including peanuts, coconut, lemon grass, and a little bit of red pepper for heat. Serve small portions as an appetizer course or with a salad for a full meal.
Never tried Thai cooking? This mildly spicy shrimp dish will turn you into a huge fan. It's low in calories and can be made in just 25 minutes.
Skip the takeout and try these Thai favorites, including Pad Thai, Peanut Noodles, and flavorful soups, for dinner tonight.
Curry paste, coconut milk, and lemongrass give this soup an Asian twist.
Using a deli-roasted chicken eases the preparation time for this quick and easy Thai-inspired soup recipe.
Look for the herb lemon grass, frequently used to flavor Thai dishes, fresh or dried in specialty stores or large supermarkets. The fragrant glass also goes by the names Citronella and sereh.
The aromatic Asian flavors in this main-dish soup are a welcome change from traditional chicken noodle.
We've added fresh pineapple to this spicy, sweet-and-sour Thai soup. Enjoy it as a first course before a light Thai curry or as a light lunch.
Spice up this low-calorie chicken soup by bundling a hot chili pepper with the lemon grass.
This one-pot meal uses light coconut milk for the soup base to keep the fat and calories low in this shrimp and vegetable dinner.
A delicious and simple vegetarian soup with just a hint of heat.
This 15 minute dinner features shrimp, vegetables, and pasta in a rich coconut-flavored broth.