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One Pot Thai Coconut Prawn Soup (Low FODMAP)

One Pot Thai Coconut Prawn Soup
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If you like Oriental dishes, then this One Pot Thai Coconut Prawn Soup (Low FODMAP) might become your favourite! It is for few reasons, one of them is that you can swap and add a variety of favourite Low FODMAP vegetables, but also this is a one pot soup, which includes cooking the noodles together. Less washing up and quicker preparing!

 

  • tasty and aromatic oriental soup

 

  • adjustable spiciness: you can add more or less chilli, remembering that for some people chilli causes symptoms.

 

  • perfect with fresh prawns, but other seafood and fish can also be added.

 

“Aromatic oriental soup”

 

One Pot Thai Coconut Prawn Soup
One Pot Thai Coconut Prawn Soup

 

This recipe has been approved by a Low FODMAP dietitian, Evelyn Toner.  Find interesting articles about Nutrition, IBS and FODMAP on her blog.

 

ONE POT THAI COCONUT PRAWN SOUP (Low FODMAP), 2 PORTIONS:

A thumb sized ginger, cut in small matches

 

1/2 a red chilli

 

1 tbsp. soy sauce

 

10 prawns, raw, with shell removed and used to make a stock

 

Sea salt

 

30 g mange tout, sliced

 

1/2 a red pepper, sliced

 

1 sliced carrot, peeled into stripes with a potato peeler

 

1 spring onion, green part only

 

A small handful of coriander

 

2 nests of thin rice noodles

 

70 ml of coconut milk

 

 

One Pot Thai Coconut Prawn Soup (Low FODMAP)
One Pot Thai Coconut Prawn Soup (Low FODMAP)

 

INSTRUCTIONS TO PREPARE A ONE POT THAI COCONUT PRAWN SOUP (Low FODMAP):

After removing the shells from the prawns, place the shells in a medium pot with a sprinkle of sea salt. Bring to the boil and cook for 5-10 minutes. The water – stock will change the colour.

 

Strain the shells through a sieve, keeping the stock.

 

Place the stock back in a medium pot.

 

Add the ginger, chilli, soy sauce, prawns, mange tout, red pepper and carrot and half of the green spring onion. Cook for a few minutes only, until the prawns are nearly cooked. Then add the rice noodles, which need very little to cook (follow the manufacturer’s instructions). When they are cooked, pour the coconut milk and mix it in. Add the green spring onion and coriander (remaining some to sprinkle in the bowl) and mix well.

 

Serve in a bowl, with a sprinkle of chopped green spring onion and a fresh coriander.

 

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One Pot Thai Coconut Prawn Soup (Low FODMAP)

One Pot Thai Coconut Prawn Soup (Low FODMAP)

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If you like Oriental dishes, then this One Pot Thai Coconut Prawn Soup (Low FODMAP) might become your favourite! It is for few reasons, one of them is that you can swap and add a variety of favourite Low FODMAP vegetables, but also this is a one pot soup, which includes cooking the noodles together. Less washing up and quicker preparing!
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course fish, Lunch, Soup
Cuisine Thai
Servings 2 portions

Equipment

  • a medium pot
  • sieve
  • medium bowl for the stock

Ingredients
  

  • A thumb sized ginger cut in small matches
  • 1/2 a red chilli
  • 1 tbsp. Soy sauce
  • 10 prawns raw, with shell removed and used to make a stock
  • Sea salt
  • 30 g mange tout sliced
  • 1/2 a red pepper sliced
  • 1 sliced carrot peeled into stripes with a potato peeler
  • 1 spring onion green part only
  • A small handful of coriander
  • 2 nests of thin rice noodles
  • 70 ml of coconut milk

Instructions
 

  • After removing the shells from the prawns, place the shells in a medium pot with a sprinkle of sea salt. Bring to the boil and cook for 5-10 minutes. The water - stock will change the colour.
  • Strain the shells through a sieve, keeping the stock.
  • Place the stock back in a medium pot.
  • Add the ginger, chilli, soy sauce, prawns, mange tout, red pepper and carrot and half of the green spring onion. Cook for a few minutes only, until the prawns are nearly cooked. Then add the rice noodles, which need very little to cook (follow the manufacturer’s instructions). When they are cooked, pour the coconut milk and mix it in. Add the green spring onion and coriander (remaining some to sprinkle in the bowl) and mix well.
  • Serve in a bowl, with a sprinkle of chopped green spring onion and a fresh coriander.
Keyword low fodmap oriental soup, low fodmap soup, low fodmap thai soup

 

 

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