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Thai Chicken and Coconut Milk Soup Tom Ka Gai Or Kai Tom Recipe

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12 oz Canned coconut milk
such as Chaokoh 1/4 lb Chicken breast
cut into small chunks 1 Lime juice and grated peel
1 4 piece of lemon grass
cut into very thin (1/16 ) slices on the diagonal 3 sl Galanga (more if desired)
OR substitute fresh ginger Hot chile peppers to taste cut into thin circles Cilantro for garnish Note: preferably Thai birds, with serranos an acceptable substitute, (though I've used sweet Fresno chiles in a variation I'll describe below). Pour the lime juice on the chicken and let stand while you prepare the rest of the soup. In a medium saucepan, place the coconut milk, lemon grass, grated lime peel, galanga or ginger, and (optionally) chiles. (The optional part is that if you don't want the whole dish to taste spicy, add the chiles later the earlier you add them, the hotter the resulting dish.) Bring the coconut milk to a simmer. When the soup is simmering, add the lime soaked chicken pieces and stir to distribute them. Reduce the heat so the soup stays just below a boil and cook for 12 to 15 minutes, or till the chicken pieces are finished cooking. Remove from heat and serve immediately with fresh cilantro leaves for garnish. Now, the best way I ever had this soup was with pieces of fresh grouper instead of chicken. I also added slices of kumquats instead of the ginger, and used the sweet Fresno chiles instead of Thai birds. We also served it over Vietnamese rice noodles. Was it southeast Asian or Caribbean Who cares, it was wonderful. If you can't find grouper, it'd be good with any tender, delicate white fish sole, maybe, or a very fresh sea bass, or maybe little chunks of monkfish. I believe I've had this with shrimp as well. (Grouper, BTW, is a type of fish common in the Caribbean and, if I recall, in other warm water parts of the world the flesh is very white, very tender, and quite delicately flavored. I've seen it in one Asian grocery store in the Bay Area, as well as in the Bahamas, so I'd guess that Gulf Coast netters should be able to find it readily.) Notes: 1. Galanga is similar to ginger, an edible rhizome available in most
Asian groceries. If not available fresh, you can usually find it frozen. (Well, this is the SF Bay Area if you can't find it at Tin Tin or the New Castro Market, you have to have friends smuggle it in from Bangkok for you... Other parts of the country may vary.) 2. Chile peppers add a lot to the dish I've had it so hot that I
could barely eat it, and I've had it completely smooth, sweet and mild. I like it in the middle. 3. Lemon grass adds a lot to the flavor and aroma, but as near as I
can tell it isn't edible unless you puree it. (If there's sufficient demand, I'll print my recipe for Vietnamese turkey fajitas.) I just eat around the slices of lemon grass and ginger.

Thai Chicken and Coconut Milk Soup Tom Ka Gai Or Kai Tom recipe and other slow cooker chicken recipes updated by our cooking food network top chefs. Fill Free to download and share with your friends and family.

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