Noodles Soup Kit

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Sweet & Sour Tom Yum 

COOK LIKE A THAI,

THE HARD WORK'S DONE:

·      Tom yum soup paste

·      Tom yum dried herbs: lemon grass,

       galangal, kaffir lime leaves, chilli

·      Jasmine rice noodles

·      Thai essentials: crunchy roasted

       peanuts, chilli flakes, fried red onions

WHAT YOU NEED:

·      Your favourite meat, seafood or veg

·      Oil, garlic, onion

At its best with genuine tom yum herbs

We Thais love our tom yum soup. Across the country it's a simple lunchtime or dinner favourite, cooked at home or served in a restaurant. This light and spicy, savoury-sour noodle broth is well named: tom means 'boil', and yum is a sour and spicy salad. Everyone has their favourite recipe; this one is typical of what you might find on a street-food stall – and I like it with prawns.

EFFORTLESS THAI COOKING – SERVES 2

1.Prepare noodles: Boil noodles in a saucepan of boiling

water for 5 mins. When cooked, drain noodles through

a strainer, drop them into cold water, strain again

and set aside.

2.Cook meat: Bring 500ml of water to a boil.

Add the Grab Thai Go tom yum herbs together

with 200g of chicken (or other meat, seafood or veg).

Bring to a boil again, toss in a handful of

mushrooms and simmer till meat and veg are cooked.

3.Add sauce and essentials: Pour in the Grab Thai Go sauce

together with a handful of fresh coriander and a cup of

evaporated milk. Bring back to temperature. Serve Thai-style

with room temperature noodles, or with noodles warmed

through in a microwave. To finish, scatter over the Thai essentials.

Sweet basil

stir-fry sauce

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ADDRESS

GRAB THAI GO LTD

207 Regent Street

London W1B 3HH

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