Tom kha kai with egg noodles. Tom Kha Kai is probably my favorite soup of all time. A few years ago a close friend's boyfriend and fellow culinary enthusiast 'El Capitan' showed me his way of preparing it. Since I always get a hot pot of this whenever I go out for Thai food, I was extremely stoked to learn how to make it at home.
So yes, it does require a trip to the Asian Market, but trust me when I tell. Tom kha kai, tom kha gai, or Thai coconut soup (Thai: ต้มข่าไก่, pronounced [tôm kʰàː kàj]; Lao: ຕົ້ມຂ່າໄກ່, pronounced [tôm kʰāː kāj]; literally "chicken galangal soup") is a spicy and sour hot soup with coconut milk in Thai cuisine. In Thailand, tom kha gai (ต้มข่าไก่) is eaten more like a curry instead of a soup, paired with a plate of rice and spooned onto your rice before eating it. You can cook Tom kha kai with egg noodles using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Tom kha kai with egg noodles
- It’s 200 g of egg noodles.
- You need 400 g of chicken.
- Prepare 2 tbsp. of tom kha spices.
- It’s 400 ml of coconut milk.
- Prepare 300 g of frozen wok vegetables.
- It’s of Oil.
- It’s of Fresh coriander (optional).
In this blog post I'm going to share with you a step by step tom kha gai recipe, the way you will find it in Thailand. I have travelled to Thailand a few times and this is by far and away my favourite Thai dish. I have tried to recreate this spicy chicken noodle broth using ingredients readily available in Western Europe. Sen khao soi, national thai soup with fried egg noodles and cabbage pickle, gourmet dinner, restaurant dish.
Tom kha kai with egg noodles step by step
- Cook the egg noodles, then rinse them under cold water..
- Chop the chicken up into small cubes, and fry them in some oil..
- In a large pot, pour in the coconut milk, 400ml of water, and the spices. Heat up to a boil..
- Add the chicken and the vegetables, and cook it for 5 minutes..
- Serve in a bowl: add some of the egg noodles, pour on the soup, and add fresh chopped coriander on top..
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