Peanut Chicken Noodle Soup

  • krislady Posted: 05/16/13
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    This soup was surprisingly good - I don't typically use coconut milk and didn't know what to expect! I used homemade chicken stock, leftover roasted chicken and some whole wheat soba noodles which I had on hand. The broth was very tasty, and the leftovers (as more "noodles" than "soup") worked well for lunch the next day. The meal came together in just a few minutes, which made it perfect for a weeknight - I'd definitely enjoy this again!

  • sukeedog Posted: 06/01/13
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    Not as flavorful as we had hoped, especially given all the heat and yummy ingredients. We could barely taste either the coconut milk or the peanut butter. CL's Peanutty Noodles (May 2000) and Coconut Red Curry Hot Pot with Braised Chicken and Mushrooms (October 2010) are both way better, in our opinion!

  • blrainey2 Posted: 05/16/13
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    This was a good dish, but I made several modifications. I added the chili's to the broth recipe as it was cooking and used 3 instead of one (we love spicy food though). I used rotisserie chicken as suggested, but next time I will just boil chicken breast and shred them to add, as I didn't think the precooked chicken really saved me any time and didn't add additional flavor to the soup. I also used a gluten free brown rice spaghetti noodle, as udon noodles aren't gluten free. Next time I will also add more peanut butter than what was called for. A very tasty soup!

  • ahackett530 Posted: 05/20/13
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    Needs more peanut butter. Agreed with other reviewer on the rotisserie chicken.

  • ZaraSol Posted: 01/09/14
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    A couple reviews said it needed more peanut butter so I put in about 2x the amount. I also put Sriracha in the soup. I used chopped green chilis because I had them at home. It was really hearty and filling and I had leftovers for days. I had to put more broth in since the noodle absorbed so much, but it was delicious as leftovers too.


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