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I love, love, love this Tha Chicken Coconut Soup recipe. While I am a huge fan of soups and stews in general, this specific recipe is at the top of my all-time faves list. When I start feeling under the weather or Fall rolls in, I start craving it.
This soup has the perfect balance of flavors. The nourishing broth, paired with vegetables and chicken, are all complimented by rich coconut milk and just the right amount of heat. The ginger and garlic give you an additional punch of nutrition. If you are lucky enough to be able to find lemongrass locally, try adding a little into your broth. It kicks up the flavor to a whole new level.
One thing I love about soups is how customizable they are. Really, soup recipes are just templates. Feel free to experiment with this recipe and tweak it to suit your own tastes. Use whatever veggies and herbs you like.
Like I mentioned above, when I get that feeling of a bug creeping in, this is my go-to soup. In my opinion, this Thai Chicken Coconut Soup recipe is a must-have to keep on hand during the cold and flu season. Not only is it delicious, but it is also very nourishing.
Both chicken broth and coconut are great remedies for colds. The ginger and pepper flakes give you a spicy zing that can help alleviate some congestion. All in all, this soup warms you up and is so comforting when you feel a little under the weather.
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. Once you try it, I am certain it will be one of your family’s favorites too!
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Thai Chicken Coconut Soup Recipe :: gluten free, dairy free, autoimmune option
This soup has the perfect balance of flavors. The nourishing broth, paired with vegetables and chicken, are all complemented by rich coconut milk and just the right amount of heat. The ginger and garlic give you an additional punch of nutrition.
Learn how to make your own homemade broth here.
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I may earn a small commission from qualifying purchases.
Hey AIP (and even non-AIP) Friends! Listen Up! It’s Finally Time for “FAST” Food on the AIP!
Yes, you read that right. FAST FOOD on the AIP! How is that even possible you ask? Well, I’ll tell you:
The Instant Pot!
Yes, this small kitchen appliance will take your healing autoimmune protocol meals to a whole new level of deliciousness and simplicity. You’ll be preparing gourmet, restaurant-style dishes in the comfort of your own home, easily and quickly.
I know, it sounds too good to be true, but I assure you, it’s not. And listen, while this eBook was created for our AIP friends, everyone will LOVE the nourishing, real food recipes in this book, regardless of your eating style.
I’ve done the AIP twice in my life, once for 6 months and then the second time for about 18 months. Both times I found myself struggling with the amount of time it took to prepare my food. And, because our food choices are limited, especially during the initial healing phase, I started to get really bored and stuck in a rut with food.
That is why I am so passionate about The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook that myself and 36 other experienced AIP bloggers and practitioners have put together just for you. We created this resource as a way to help you alleviate the burden of time and energy that comes with cooking AIP meals from scratch.
This is the first digital eBook written specifically for the AIP community using the Instant Pot. This book:
- Focuses on the pressure cooker function, creating fast and delicious meals. Are you nervous about using a pressure cooker? No worries. There’s a tutorial in the front of the e-cookbook.
- Features over 140 recipes, including Broths, Sauces/Condiments, Vegetables, Poultry, Meat, Seafood, Organ Meat, and Dessert.
- Special diet modifications: Over half the recipes in this e-cookbook can be easily modified for Low-FODMAP, GAPS/SCD and Coconut-Free diets. (Charts are included at the back of the book.)
- Packed with flavor with such diverse recipes as: Bone Broth (of course), Cranberry BBQ Sauce, Marinara Sauce, Cauli-fredo Sauce, Bacon Orange Cherry Jam, “Baked” Sweet Potatoes, Cauliflower Rice, Artichokes with Lemon Tarragon Dipping Sauce, Smothered Okra, Creamy Kabocha Squash Soup, Fall Off the Bone Whole Chicken, Mole Chicken with Bluecumber Salsa, Lemongrass and Ginger Chicken Zoodle Soup, Stuffed Acorn Squash, Turkey and Gravy, Speedy Chili, Teriyaki Garlic Beef, Ukrainian Borscht, Sticky Pork Short Ribs, Pork Vindaloo, Lamb and Apricot Curry, Simple French Navarin Lamb Stew, Chicken Liver Pâté, Steak and Kidney Stew, Tongue Tacos, Jambalaya, Steamed Crab, Leek and Shrimp Risotto, Salmon and Sweet Potato Chowder, Poached Pears, “Chocolate” Cake, Pina Colada Tapioca Pudding, Mini Pumpkin Pies, and over 100 other fabulous recipes!
- Written by 37 AIP bloggers who have used the paleo autoimmune protocol to improve their own health. The result is a book far better than any one person could have created alone.
It’s time to stop using all of your precious time and energy slaving away in the kitchen. Eating real food can be time-consuming enough, but adding the AIP on top of it can lead to even more work.
Now you can FINALLY enjoy “fast” food on your healing protocol. Less time, less stress, more flavor. You deserve it. Learn more about the Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook and how to download your copy here (or just click on the image below).
Yum! I am definitely going to make this on a chilly day!
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?
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.
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!
Do you think this could be made in a crockpot? What changes would you suggest? This looks very yummy!
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! 🙂
Love this made it tonight my family love it too❤️
Awesome! So glad you enjoyed! Thanks for stopping by Sylvia! 🙂
LOOOVE this recipe!Me&My other half jes love it,I make it all the time 😀
Awesome! Thank you — it’s one of my faves too! 🙂
Would this freeze well?
Hi Kirsten! Yes! I have frozen it many times and it reheats nicely! Enjoy! 🙂
AMAZING!!! I decided to replace the chicken with and easy WHOLE 30 meatball, and it is DELICIOUS!
Awesome Nivea! So glad you liked it! It’s one of our favorites! 🙂
In step 5 you say to add cilantro and lemon juice…. But they are not listed in the ingredients. Are they supposed to be there and if so, how much of each? Or are the directions wrong?
Hi Diane! Thanks for stopping by. I think you may have missed them because they are listed in the ingredients. They are the 6th and 7th ingredients listed. Cheers! 🙂