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[social_warfare]Did you guys have a lot of soup growing up?
Cause, I don’t remember ever having soup. Ok, wait I take that back I do remember eating Ramen a few times, but that quickly stopped when Mom and I realized how bad is was for you. Our dinners were pretty simple. Chicken and rice, steak and rice, the occasional pot roast, Friday night pasta dish (this one’s awesome!) and the very occasional carry out (this almost NEVER happened).
Maybe it was having a house full of boys that stopped my parents from making soup. All my brother’s ever wanted was steak, chicken, burgers and more chicken – pretty lame.
Actually, now that I think about it, my parents used to always eat later than the kids. When we were little they would sit with us while we ate, but they wouldn’t eat with us. It’s only been since we moved to Colorado six years ago that we all eat together. Probably because our dinners then were like a bunch of wild monkey’s chowing down on their banana’s, only we were eating chicken and rice. Seriously, it was not pretty. We would have fit in at the zoo quite nicely – while at least my brothers would have!
You can’t blame my parents though (really, you can’t they’re pretty awesome), six kids ages eighteen to three (Asher had not been born yet) things got chaotic. Fast.
It is safe to say our dinners were, and often still are eventful, very eventful. The unexpected should be expected.
Anyway the point is we never had soup. Especially not homemade soup and most definitely not this soup!
I am 99.9% positive that I am the only soul in my family that would ever think to make a Thai Peanut Soup. I am not going to lie, it is a combination of foods that does not necessarily seem to go together. But when you do put them together it is pretty amazing. The sweet potato not only adds nutrition, but makes the soup thick and creamy. The coconut milk adds amazing flavor and creaminess, the red curry paste gives it just a little heat and then the peanut butter makes everything come together. It’s so good.
Oh, yeah. The grilled peanut butter croutons. Those things are just crazy. They are the perfect topping for this soup and so fun. Who does not love a grilled peanut butter sandwich?
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Turned out great, I added a slice of lime to serve!
Awesome!! Thanks a lot for making this recipe, I am so glad it turned out well for you! Have a great weekend!🎄⛄️
the soup came out very tasty in the end, but with many tweaks. it desperately needed an acid. ideally lime would go well with these flavors, but all I had were lemons, which worked well too. I would recommend adding salt and pepper with the onion when you first cook it. the seasoning needed a lot of adjusting at the end due to the lack of seasoning earlier on. I also made a more basic homemade crouton as the peanut butter sandwich crouton idea didn’t appeal to me.
Thanks so much for giving the recipe a try Katie! xTieghan