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This Thai curry soup is perfect for the weeknight dinner, loaded with veggies, filling and satisfying meal, and easy to prepare in just 30 minutes.
I prefer healthy home-cooked meals for my family. When it comes to reality, cooking after work is often hectic and ended up eating the greasy fast foods.
I found this Zavor Lux Edge Multi-Cooker that comes with lots of cooking options like steam, saute/brown, pressure cooking, slow cooking, yogurt maker, rice, soup, pot roast, chili, desserts, and oats. All of these options in one appliance, it has 16 cooking functions and 4 digits LED display.
Isn’t it sound cool?! You do not need to own separate cooking appliances for a different type of cooking.
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My favorite part about this cooker is a slow cook option. My family love curries and soups I just dump all of the ingredients in the Zavor Multi-cooker before stepping out to work, set the timer and by the time I come back home from work this bad boy does his fantastic job without making a fuss. I am glad that I have this multi-cooker before fall, it is much needed for a fall and cold winter months!! Who doesn’t love to have a warm meal for dinner during cold winter nights?!
My other favorite part is the RICE option. My kid loves fried rice I make it often for his lunch box. This Zavor multi-cooker takes only 10 minutes to cook the white rice and the texture of the rice turns out perfect, not mushy or grainy.
How to make Thai curry soup vegan?
You can make Thai curry soup vegan easily, vegan red curry paste is available in amazon now. It is similarly fragrant and flavorful to the traditional red curry paste but with a slight difference in the salty taste. You could even make fresh red curry paste at home, it is a blend of shallots, red chilies, kefir, spices, and herbs.
Traditionally, Thai curry is made by bone broth and you can replace it by veg broth. There must be slight variations in the taste but not much. Using thick, full-fat coconut milk makes a perfect creamy soup. Check out the similar type of noodles recipe with red curry paste here.
Keto-friendly Thai curry soup?
Make this soup keto-friendly by using the zoodles (zucchini spirals) instead of rice noodles. Zoodles are low in carb, loaded with Vitamins and tastes subtle that is a great alternative for the rice and flour-based noodles. Choose keto-friendly veggies like green beans, broccoli, and cabbage in this recipe.
You can even add proteins like thinly sliced chicken pieces, boiled eggs, and shrimp in this soup. If you are using chicken or shrimp, add them after sauteing the red curry paste and cook until the chicken or shrimp color changes and gets firm outside.
- 1 tbsp Thai Red Curry Paste
- 8 oz Thai Rice Noodles
- 2 cups Chopped Veggies (Cabbage, Beans, Carrot and Bell Pepper)
- 33.8 ml Bone or Chicken or Veg Broth
- 1 can Coconut Milk
- 1 tbsp Ginger & Garlic Minced
Soak rice noodles in water for 2 hours before start cooking or follow the package directions.
In a multi-cooker, press saute mode, heat oil, add minced ginger and garlic and saute until nice aroma comes out. Add red curry paste saute for 20 – 30 seconds.
Add mixed veggies and saute for 2 minutes. Add broth, coconut milk, rice noodles and place the lid (I didn't add salt in this soup because the sodium in the broth is enough for my taste bud, you can add if it is less for you).
Choose soup option and slow cook for 30 minutes. Garnish with a lime wedge, cilantro and serve.
Make sure to taste the soup before adding salt. The sodium in the broth is just enough for my taste bud, so I didn’t add salt.
Add veggies of your choice.
You can add sliced chicken and shrimp as well in this soup.
How to serve Thai Curry Soup?
Serve Thai curry soup warm with a lime wedge on the side.