How to cook thai coconut peanut chicken soup



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Cut chicken into cubes and measure out peanut butter, peanut sauce, and sweet chili sauce

Place sweet chili sauce, peanut butter and peanut sauce in a large gallon bag along with chicken

Shake the bag and massage the sauces into the chicken. Place in the fridge for 3-4 hours so the chicken can absorb the flavors.

Smash lemongrass stalk, finely dice ginger and deseed and chop chile peppers. Also measure out about 1 handful of snow pea sprouts

Bring chicken stock to a boil and add lemon grass stalk. After 5 min add the ginger and green chile peppers

After the chicken has marinated, place in a bowl so it is easier to cook.

In a large pan, add one tablespoon of peanut oil and cook chicken in batches. It took me about 3 batches to cook all the chicken.

Flip chicken over after about 5 minutes. You want the chicken to have a nice golden brown outside.

Place cooked chicken in a dish and set aside until it you are ready to add it to the soup.

Doesn't that look delicious? I recommend sprinkling it with salt to bring out the flavor.

Once the chicken is done, add the coconut milk to the soup.

Add the scallions, mushrooms and sprouts

Add shirataki noodles

When you are ready to eat, add the chicken so you don't overcook it.

An up close look at the finished dish. (:

YUM! If you want the soup to have a spicy thai flavor, I recommend adding red chili paste or any other Thai spice.

Check out my blog post on this soup! You can find it at hannahsglutenfreeadventure.tumblr.com


Watch the video: Thai Peanut Sauce With Peanut Butter u0026 Coconut Milk: Asian Cuisine


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