Learn how we customize the flavor of this traditionally Chinese soup, infusing it with the herbs and spices of Thailand to create Kiao Nam Thai Wonton Soup. Like most soups in Thailand, the soup is seasoned at the table with your own particular blend of spicy, salty, sour, and sweet condiments.
Tom Yum Moo Saam Chan, or spicy and sour soup with pork belly, has all the delicious herbal flavors that you would expect to find in tom yum style soups, combined with rich and juicy chunk of slowly cooked pork belly, cherry tomatoes, whole shallots, and morning glory leaves.
It called Kaeng Gai sai Ma Ra, or Hearty Chicken Soup with Bitter Melon, and it one of our favorite soups. The broth is made with coriander, galangal, garlic, and red chili, but it it not too spicy. It has a rich and warming herbaceous flavor, probably like no other soup that you have ever eaten.
It's packed with a healthy and flavorful portion of mushrooms. You can use whatever you have locally, such as oyster, shitake, straw, etc. The broth is flavored with lemongrass, kaffir lime, galangal, and tamarind, so it has a very authentically Thai flavor.
This easy to follow recipe is shows you how to make a delicious and healthy Thai chicken soup for one or two people in just 15 minutes. Now you can enjoy this spicy and sour herbaceous soup made with chunky chicken breast and mushrooms in a rich broth flavored with lemongrass and galangal at anytime.
Try this soup known as Tom Jab Chai Kradook Moo. It's made with big meaty pork leg bones and a generous quantity of our popular vegetable we call Pak Boong. We also add daikon radish, Chinese cabbage and mushrooms. This soup is not at all spicy. It has a rich, hearty and very delicious flavor.