Thai cuisine contains a number of great soup recipes using chicken including tom yum soup and tom ka gai soup.
If you don't feel like tracking down galangal, lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves you can get close to an authentic tom ka gai with these ingredients.
A really simple coconut milk base with chicken breast strips, ginger and coriander.
A simple but fragrant chicken stock that can be used in Thai recipes. It is also the base for making the most of the popular Thai soups including Tom Yum and Tom Kha Gai (coconut chicken soup).
This is a typical Thai chicken soup. I like the thick spicy coconut broth with hints of lime, lemongrass and galangal.
This Thai chicken noodle soup known as 'Guay Tiaw Nahm Gai' uses a whole chicken to make the stock then is served with a range of oriental condiments including peanuts, coriander, spring onions, chilli flakes and fish sauce.
A classic Thai chicken soup with capsicum, eggplants, mushrooms, bamboo shoots and rice noodles.
Bring the flavours of Thai cooking into your kitchen using easy-to-find ingredients to create this chicken and coconut soup.
This healthy soup is hot, sour and delicious. Look in your local asian supermarket to find kaffir lime leaves and tamarind soup base and serve over rice or vermicelli.
For the best Thai chicken soup you should make your own chilli paste - it's not hard and the flavour is far superior.
This flavoursome soup is low in fat and super easy. I use a packet soup mix for convenience but add extra ingredients to make it taste homemade.