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Thai Chicken Coconut Soup Recipe (gluten free, dairy free, autoimmune option)

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This recipe was inspired by the coconut chicken soup recipe in Nourishing Traditions. It evolved out of several different batches that I made. I just kept adding ingredients into the soup pot and finally reached a combination that I was happy with.

This is a great soup to make now that winter is finally descending upon us (at least here in Denver). Both chicken broth and coconut are great remedies for colds. This soup warms you up and is so comforting when you feel a little under the weather.

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Jessica is a real food nut, coconut everything enthusiast, avid reader and researcher, blossoming yogi, and animal lover. She has had a life-long passion for food and being in the kitchen is where she is the happiest. Jessica started Delicious Obsessions in 2010 as a way to help share her love for food and cooking. Since then, it has grown into a trusted online resource with a vibrant community of people learning to live healthy, happy lives through real food and natural living.

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8 comments

  1. Yum! I am definitely going to make this on a chilly day!

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    Anne
    Posted 11/17/10

  2. I’m confused.

    I was thinking about making this and trying to figure out how many servings it is.

    On the one hand, you have the recipe being prepared in a stockpot, which implies it’s a pretty big recipe if a Dutch oven isn’t big enough.

    On the other hand, the entire liquid for the recipe is one quart of chicken broth and a can of coconut milk, which implies the recipe is under a half gallon total.

    How much does this make?

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    jpatti
    Posted 02/03/12

    • It makes 4-8 servings, depending on what else you serve with it and how much soup you or your family likes to eat at one time. “Large stock pot” to me is anything 6 quarts or bigger. Mine is a 6 quart stockpot, which gives me plenty of room to stir all the veggies and chicken together without it spilling out. It depends on how big your dutch oven is. There is such a wide range of sizes on dutch ovens. In total, this recipe will yield 2.5 – 3 quarts of soup, once you have all the ingredients AND the liquid.

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      Jessica
      Posted 02/04/12

  3. I made this tonight and it was really good. Mild in flavor, comforting, with just a little kick. Will be adding to our rotation. Thanks!

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    April
    Posted 11/07/12

  4. Do you think this could be made in a crockpot? What changes would you suggest? This looks very yummy!

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    Valerie
    Posted 01/07/13

    • Hi Valerie – Yes, I think it could easily be made in the crock pot. I don’t really think there needs to be much changes, other than maybe browning the chicken and onions first, which adds a little flavor. But, I think you could toss in all of the ingredients and then just let the crock pot cook it all. Saves on some dishes! :)

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      Jessica
      Posted 01/07/13

  5. Love this made it tonight my family love it too❤️

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    Sylvia Molina
    Posted 06/01/14

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