Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Spiced Thai Style Soba Noodle Soup


I am having so much fun with my 200 super soups cook book. This recipe caught my interest because it seems to incorporate fresh + spiciness = my favorite combination in soups.


What I am really happy about, is how vibrant the photos turned out! It is what it is, so full of flavour. Doesn't it shouts spring?


Spiced Thai Style Soba Noodle Soup (Adapted from 200 super soups cookbook) Serves 2
2 bunches of soba noodles cooked and drained
1 ltre of vege stock
1 tsp of thai red curry paste
4 kaffir lime leaves
4tsp of fish sauce -taste and season accordingly
3-4 spring onions chopped
1 chili padi chopped 
1 tomato chopped
around 2-3 dried shitake mushrooms re hydrated chopped
1/2 red capsicum chopped
200 grams frozen prawn cutlets


Pour stock in saucepan. Add curry paste, chili padi, lime leaves, fish sauce, spring onions, mushrooms, and bring it to boil. Add capsicum, tomato and prawns and cook till it is done.

Drain noodles and dish it in bowls. Ladle the broth onto the noodles. Garnish with more spring onions.

Dishing some spring love to my friends at Presto Pasta, founded by Ruth Daniels. This week Jennifer from Cook Eat, Repeat is hosting- I simply love her blog name!!!

4 comments:

noobcook said...

I love this type of one-dish meal! The colours are bright and cheery too :)

tigerfish said...

I like it too, esp those veggies on top. And the spice made it extra tantalizing.

Little Corner of Mine said...

I love a colorful bowl of noodle! Spring for you but Fall for us...

Claudia said...

A wonderful, colorful and comforting meal in a bowl. And, it's getting cool enough here (yes, even in Hawaii) to begin thinking about soups.

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