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  1. There is a market deli that serves this soup at least one per week and I am so in love with it. Since I spend a good 6 or 7 bucks on a bowl, I decided to google the recipe and came across your blog. I’m glad you posted a picture as your soup was the closest to what I am actually eating. I cannot wait to try the recipe…thank you so much for sharing!!!

    1. So glad to hear that, Dee. Please let me know how it turns out. I have heard from a lot of people who now have this recipe in their regular rotation! ๐Ÿ™‚ ENJOY!! (and since you found my blog I invite you to look around and join the community too! ) aloha!

  2. Thanks for the printable version!

  3. Hey Monica! When you use peanut butter in your recipes, do you use natural peanut butter?

    1. Hey Annette– Sometimes yes and sometimes no. ๐Ÿ™‚ I try to, but honestly–my kids have been ruined by the not-natural kind and always prefer it. haha. But yes, when I’m cooking I try to use natural! I think you’re safe either way!

  4. I’ve never used coconut milk before… Do you use unsweetened or regular in this soup? Thanks!

  5. 5 stars
    I just made this tonight—and scored big points!!!!! As always, thanks for your terrific recipes, this was delicious! I think the lime juice really put it over the top!!

  6. 5 stars
    I can’t wait to try your Thai Chicken Soup recipe, I know my kids will love it! I also could have soup daily, but I usually just make it once a week. One our family’s favorites is Chipotle Chicken Tortilla soup. Here’s a link to one of the best recipes, but often I will buy the rotisserie chicken from Costco and use that which makes the recipe only take about 20-30 minutes. I make it at least twice a month.

    1. Thank you for the comment! I LOVE chicken tortilla soup and honestly haven’t made it myself in years–so I will absolutely try that recipe! Perfect. ๐Ÿ™‚ Much aloha and happy soup-eating!! xo

  7. This looks like tastebud heaven! Can’t wait to try it! I love good ole cream of broccoli but I’m equal opportunity soup consumer. I love soup like you do!

    1. I have no idea why the “i” suddenly disappeared from most of the words in my comment! Sorry!

      1. Hey Amber!! Thanks for the comment, and so sorry about the comment glitch! I think it has been resolved, but that was a funny one for sure! ๐Ÿ™‚ Aloha and I think I need to say “Happy Eating for TWO!” yay!!! SOOOO excited for you!

  8. Hi Monica! What would you think about making this without the fish sauce in the recipe? I will be making this soon. How delicious!

    1. Hi Kate! I have made it without fish sauce and it was just fine! In fact I’m never sure if I can tell a difference, but most of my curry recipes call for it so I use it. ๐Ÿ™‚ You’re fine == go for it! ๐Ÿ™‚ Aloha-

      1. Thanks, Monica! Can’t wait to make it! Love your blog!

  9. Hi! This sounds delicious! I’ve never cooked with fresh ginger (shame on me) but I don’t see in your recipe how you incorporate it in to the soup. Do you grate it? Can’t wait to try this recipe!โค๏ธ

    1. Oh thanks for taking note–I should go edit that! ๐Ÿ˜‰ I typically use a garlic press and just squeeze the right amount out…But you can also grate it. When I didn’t have it fresh I have also used a kind that is in a tube in the produce section of the grocery store. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Hope you love it!

  10. Love making your recipies!! When you do the printables, would you mind including a photo? I always have to spend 5-10 minutes copy-pasting them into a Word doc so I have a little thumbail on my printout, which means I only print the recipies I’m really really really wanting to try, and skip the others.

    1. Thank you for commenting, and I am so glad you love making my recipes! ๐Ÿ™‚ Yes, I’ll look into that. Sorry for making it difficult by not including photos! I think I have tried to minimize what is in the printable so that people aren’t wasting ink (using colored fonts and all of that,) but indeed–having a photo would probably be helpful to most! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Aloha and thank you again!!

  11. We love soup and I love making it! Chopping is like therapy when I am working something out in my mind. The boys love good old chicken noodle, my dad is all in for split pea and my husband loves a beef barley. I am an equal opportunity soup lover but never turn down vegetable noodle!

    1. Yes Shannon–therapy indeed! I feel the same way in the kitchen in general. ๐Ÿ˜‰ (Until cleanup, ugh!) My mom made split pea yesterday and we couldn’t join them so I’m hoping I get the leftovers! ๐Ÿ™‚ Mahalo and have a great week! xo

      1. Tara Merritt says:

        I noticed several ingredients are not mentioned in the directions/steps. Not sure when you are adding the curry paste and ginger? I assume in the beginning?

        1. Hi Tara,
          I am so sorry about that! I just added it to the recipe directions…No idea how I missed that (and hadn’t realized it until your comment! :)) Thank you for the head’s up. Yes, I add both at the beginning. And I often improvise on this one when I am short on ingredients and it still always tastes great! :). Hope it works for you!