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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Thai Soup

  1. Chicken stock- 6 cup
  2. Lemon grass- 3 pieces
  3. Green chili-3/4 
  4. Mushroom-1/2 cup
  5. Shrimp-10-12 count or chicken breast(cut in cube size)-1/2 cup
  6. Egg yolk-3
  7. Corn starch- 3 Tbs
  8. Sugar-5 ts
  9. Vinegar- 3 Tbs
  10. Ketchup-3 Tbs
  11. Chili sauce/chili garlic sauce-2 Tbs
  12. Salt-1 ts
  1. Take the chicken stock in a sauce pan and bring it to a boil,then add lemon grass, mushroom, green chili and if you are using chicken breast add it and keep it in a lower medium heat to boil.
  2. In the mean time beat the egg yolk, then add the corn starch and mix it smoothly with egg yolk and set it aside.
  3. Then add sugar, vinegar, ketchup, chili sauce, salt in the stock and stir it well.
  4. Now take the egg yolk mix and add 5-6 Tbs stock from the saucepan and mix it smoothly with egg yolk. (it is important to do so because this will help to adjust the temperature of egg yolk mixture; otherwise when you add this into the soup it may get clotted and your soup may not be smooth). Then stir the soup in one hand and carefully add the yolk mixture with other hand. Stir the soup continuously to make it smooth. When it is done add the shrimp, bring the soup to boil and then turn off the heat.
  5. Serve your soup hot.
Ishita Rahman
(Columbia, SC, USA)


    1. How many servings does this make?

    2. Hi,
      This recipe serves 6-8 people.
      Thank you.

    3. Thank you so much. I made it a few days ago and it tasted just like home. Here is a link to the picture -

    4. This recipe is just perfect. Everyone just loved it. Directions are very clear.

    5. I cooked it today !!! It was yummy. I just modified the recipe a little bit. Instead of adding shrimp at the final stage, I fried the shrimp and chicken with oil, chili sauce and soya sauce. Then added the chicken stack. It was really delicious. Thank you :)

    6. Thanks for the recipe. I tried it today and it tested really good! looking forward to see many more soup recipes in this web site. Tanks again!

    7. Made this soup this weekend, straightforward instructions easy to make and delicious outcome! Well received, will definitely be making more, thank you!

    8. I cooked it last night and it tasted just like it tastes in restaurants of dhaka. Thank you so much! Do you happen to know how to cook the steamed fish that they serve in the chinese/thai restaurants?

    9. Hii. I have made the soup and this is really delicious. But I am not sure why the color of the soup did not come exactly as it is in the picture rather its pale yellow. Any suggestion regarding this will be helpful.

      1. Add more ketchup - that's what I did to get the color. Plus i added a little tom yum powder

    10. Thank you for the recipe!! Totally tasted like my ammu's Bengali Thai soup recipe ��