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Attack The most delish thai broth!!!

Discussion in 'Dukan Recipes' started by Timetogetserious, 16 January 2013 Social URL.

  1. Timetogetserious

    Timetogetserious Well-Known Member

    1l hot chicken stock( I used a beef stock pot)
    1 tbsp Thai red curry paste( must be oil and sugar free)
    1 tbsp Thai fish sauce
    2 tsp Sweetner
    zest and juice 2 lemons ( I used 1)
    bunch spring onions , sliced, whites and greens seperated
    200g leftover chicken , shredded
    ( on cruise I'm going to add loads of mushrooms and more veg)
    Fresh chillis
    Fresh or dried coriander

    Tip the stock into a saucepan, then stir in the curry paste, fish sauce, sugar, lime juice and most of the zest. Bring to the boil, then add the whites of the spring onion. Cover, then simmer for 2 mins. Stir in the chicken and most of the spring onion greens to gently heat through, then serve ladled into bowls and scattered with the remaining zest. Serve with extra lime juice, sweetener and fish sauce on the side so everyone can adjust their own bowlfuls.

    Just had a bowlful and its amazing
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  3. CheeseGirl

    CheeseGirl Well-Known Member

    Oh this does sound nice. I wonder about the amount of lemon? Can't wait to try it :)
  4. Timetogetserious

    Timetogetserious Well-Known Member

    It's the same that goes into lemon curd so should be fine and even then u could reduce it xx
  5. kellmo

    kellmo Well-Known Member

    Laura where is your curry paste from ?
  6. Timetogetserious

    Timetogetserious Well-Known Member

    its from the chinese supermarket but i think waitrose do it and its called "hot thai paste"- no oil or sugar just spices,vinegar, fish sauce and water, could make your own if not xx
  7. yummywhitewine

    yummywhitewine Well-Known Member

    sounds really nice!! I'm gonna try tomorrow :)X
  8. kellmo

    kellmo Well-Known Member

    Thank you, I have seen a recipe which uses no oil
    online but apparently my chef has not showed for work!!! Hahah
  9. Kingly

    Kingly Well-Known Member

    Mmm I love Thai!
  10. Jelliebabe

    Jelliebabe Well-Known Member

    YAY - I found some I found some! Guess what I'm making later! Need to roast a chicken first though - I think I'll make the broth up and then just add the chicken when I'm going to eat it! CANT WAIT! I also saw a Pad thai paste with no oil - couldn't have the noodles but I'm sure we ladies could dream something up or have those slim noodles!
  11. kellmo

    kellmo Well-Known Member

    Where was the paste Jellietot?
  12. Timetogetserious

    Timetogetserious Well-Known Member

    Kel, I've just picked another paste up with no oil or sugar
    It's a Thai one from tesco I've taken a picture of both that I use xxx

  13. kellmo

    kellmo Well-Known Member

    Thank you very much. Gonna have a bash at the broth this week. X
  14. Jelliebabe

    Jelliebabe Well-Known Member

    It was by a company called Thai taste, just by all the other curry pastes Kellbags.
  15. kellmo

    kellmo Well-Known Member

    Kellbags eh? I'll have to think of some original ones for you!
  16. Jelliebabe

    Jelliebabe Well-Known Member

  17. kellmo

    kellmo Well-Known Member

    I don't think you're ready for this Jelly
  18. Jelliebabe

    Jelliebabe Well-Known Member

    I don't think YOURE ready for this Kelly!
  19. Madmission

    Madmission Well-Known Member


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