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Sausage Coconut Milk Soup / Soup Series


Sipping a bowl of flavorful Thai inspired soup while drafting this post is a real energy booster after a long tiring day. This is an easy yet delicious soup prepared using 2 varieties of sausages, few thai ingredients and coconut milk. Chicken paprika lyoner is also a variety of thin sausage with a spicy taste of paprika. I have used galangal paste and lemongrass powder in this recipe which can be replaced with fresh ingredients. The flavour from lemongrass, galangal and basil leaves gives a refreshing taste to the soup. Instead of chicken powder, fresh chicken or fish stock can be used which also enhances the taste.

If you are a Thai cuisine lover like me, then this simple and flavorful soup will make your day for sure. Here is the recipe....


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Ingredients :

2 Cups Water 
2 Tsp Chicken powder 
3/4 Cup Coconut Milk 
3 Sausages, Chopped 
3 Chicken Paprika Lyoner, Cut into strips ( Optional ) 
1/2 Tsp Galangal paste
1/2 Tsp Lemongrass powder
1 Tsp Fish sauce 
Salt to taste ( If necessary ) 
6 - 7 Fresh Basil leaves 

Method :

Boil water and add chicken powder.

Let it boil for a minute and add galangal paste followed by lemongrass powder.

Add the chopped sausages and boil till the sausages gets cooked.

Now add coconut milk followed by fish sauce and basil leaves. ( Add salt at this stage, if necessary ).

Boil it for another couple of minutes and switch off the flame.

Garnish with Basil leaves and serve hot.


Serving Options :

Serve hot with breads or any chicken or fish or prawn starters.


Notes :

I have used chicken powder in this recipe to prepare stock which can also be substituted with fresh homemade stock.

I have used 2 varieties of sausages in this recipe which can also be replaced with any one flavoured sausage or chicken.



Comments

  1. Thai soup, very different with Coconut milk, Love the texture of the soup..

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  2. That sounds very delicious and comforting...

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  3. Nice comfort soup..Loved the addition of coconut milk.

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