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Thai Chicken Noodle Soup

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This Thai-inspired chicken noodle soup recipe is easy to make with whatever protein, veggies, and noodles you happen to have on hand and always tastes so fresh and flavorful!

Thai Chicken Noodle Soup with Cilantro

When 5:00 hits and we find ourselves in need of a fast and flavorful dinner stat, this Thai-inspired noodle soup recipe is one of our family’s favorite fallbacks. ♡

I make it a point to always keep rice noodles, Thai curry paste, and coconut milk stocked in our pantry specifically so that we always have the base ingredients on hand to make this soup. Then we just add in whatever protein (chicken, beef, pork, shrimp, tofu, or chickpeas), veggies (perfect occasion to use up leftovers in the fridge) and greens we happen to have on hand. We simmer everything together in a rich and flavorful broth, thanks to the wonder ingredient dream team that is coconut milk and Thai curry paste (bonus if you have some garlic and ginger to add in). And finally, we serve these steaming bowls of noodle soup piled high with whatever fresh herbs, limes, and whatever toppings we happen to have on hand.

We’ve seriously made some version of this curry noodle soup recipe literally hundreds of times over the years. And it’s one of those fresh, flavorful, and feel-good dinners that never disappoints. (Bonus, the leftovers taste amazing too!) So if you need a guaranteed winner for dinner tonight, grab that Thai curry paste and let’s make a big pot of noodle soup together.

Thai Chicken Noodle Soup Ingredients

Here are a few brief notes about the ingredients you will need to make this Thai-inspired chicken soup recipe:

Step by step photos showing how to make Thai chicken noodle soup

Full instructions for how to make Thai-inspired chicken noodle soup are included in the recipe below, but here are a few additional tips for making this soup:

Let any leftover soup cool to room temperature (or you can skip this step if your storage containers have vents that you can open). Then transfer the soup to a sealed storage container and refrigerate for up to 3 days. I recommend storing the noodles in a separate storage container so that they do not soak up all of the broth.

You can either reheat this soup in the microwave in 1-minute intervals or on the stovetop over medium-high heat until simmering.

Thai Chicken Noodle Soup in Pot

Here are a few additional variations that you are welcome to try with this Thai-inspired chicken noodle soup recipe:

Bowl of Thai Chicken Noodle Soup

Looking for more easy chicken soup recipes to try? Here are a few of our family’s favorites:

Thin Rice Noodles

Thai Red Curry Paste

Coconut Milk

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