Noodle Soup Recipes

Khow Suey - Burmese Noodle Soup

Khow Suey – Burmese Noodle Soup

Khow Suey is a delicious noodle dish from Burma made with egg noodles, curried chicken and coconut milk. Served with a variety of condiments, each spoon full of soup you eat will be bursting with flavours! Khow Suey is probably the first thing that comes to mind when you think about Burmese cuisine.Read More

Khao Soi – Chiang Mai Curry Noodle Soup

Whatever the origin, this dish is delicious and easy to make (once you’ve made your red curry paste). The recipe is traditional made with beef, though we’ve used chicken here. Chinese egg noodles can be found at most Asian groceries. They come in 500g packages and the noodles look similar to linguine noodles.Read More
Nyonya Hot and Sour Noodles in Fish Soup

Nyonya Hot and Sour Noodles in Fish Soup – Penang Asam Laksa

Assam Laksa is truly an exceptional dish - an intoxicating noodle soup dish with the perfect balance of spicy, sweet, sour, salty, and savoury flavours. This is not a dish for the meek and mild - this is an assertive and robust dish that will jolt your tastebuds and get your blood pumping.Read More
Ash-e-Reshteh-Persian-Spinach-and-Noodle-Soup

Ash-e Reshteh – Persian Spinach and Noodle Soup

Once you get comfortable with making this soup, you can go ahead and use any combination of greens and beans you want. For the greens, keep in mind that the majority should be spinach. If you don't want to spend the time to prepare the dried beans, you can always used canned beans which takes a lot less time. If that is the case, add the beans near the end of the recipe so that they don't overcook.Read More
Aush - Noodle Soup with Beef and Yoghurt

Aush – Noodle Soup with Beef and Yoghurt

Aush is a soup of Afghan origin and made with noodles along with an assortment of vegetables in a rich tomato based broth. It is usually topped with sour cream and dried mint leaves. The aush can be rightly called the Afghani form of minestrone soup. Kidney beans and chick peas are often added to it in order to make it heavier. Aush is usually enjoyed in the winter or autumn season when the temperature dips considerably. Read More