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Thai Hot and Sour Soup

Tom Yum Goong has got to be one of my favourite soups ever, probably Thailand’s most popular soup export and certainly a top five Thai food internationally.

Like so much of Oriental cuisine, the Tom Yum Soup requires very little actual cooking time, ensuring optimum nutrition, especially when made from scratch, as in here.

Goong means prawns(shrimps) in Thai but you can as easily use fish or a mixture (about 500g/half a pound) or in fact, even meat of your choice.

Handy hints and links to "exotic" ingredients and their explanations, all on my blog.

Ingredients (serves 2)

400 mls water
2 stalks lemongrass, only the last quarter and smashed with the back of knife
5 cm (2in) galangal, smashed
1 red chilli, cut into strips, lengthwise and deseeded
half a medium onion, quartered
1 medium tomato, quartered
mushrooms (I like shiitake, use closed cup or more exotic ones, say 2 handfuls), cut to about the size of the onions
half tbsp tamarind paste
half to one tbsp fish sauce (to taste)
half tbsp nam prik pow (Thai chilli paste), to taste
4 fresh or dried lime leaves, dried found in most supermarkets
large prawns (I love prawns, about 6 per person, to taste), shelled, leaving tails on, deveined
juice of 1 lime, to taste
2 sprigs of coriander/cilantro leaves



1. Boil the water in a medium sized saucepan.

2. Add the lemongrass and galangal and simmer for 2 minutes.

3. Add everything else apart from the lime juice coriander leaves. Cook for about 3-5 minutes until the prawns are cooked through.

4. Check the sesoning and adjust accordingly. You want a hot and sour taste, the lime juice affects the latter.

5. Serve garnished with coriander with a bowl of jasmine rice.

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