Recipe Directions

To make Broth:
Add coconut and water to a high-speed blender, and BLEND until it starts to get warm
Add rest of ingredients to your coconut milk, blend again until it warms up (not too hot!)
For Noodle Bowl:
In 2 bowls, evenly divide noodles, mushrooms, carrot, cilantro.
Pour warm broth over noddle/veggie mixture, then top each bowl with 1/2 c. of diced tomatoes. ENJOY!

HydroJen's Thoughts

It can be hard to find organic young coconuts sometimes, and frankly, I wanted something faster that I didn't have to chisel apart! This spicy Thai style soup is made from dried shredded coconut, and blended up in a jiffy! I poured it over (not raw) rice vermicelli noodles, but this could easily be put over kelp noodles or zucchini noodles.

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orin's Review

Tom Kha (Tom Rhaw) Noodle Soup Bowl (No Young Coconuts Required!)
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This was RAWmazing!
Ok so I cheated a little. I tried the dried coconut but it was chunky in my blender and when I tried straining it I ended up with little more than a cup of liquid. So I used a can of organic coconut milk instead. It is a lighter coconut milk at 35% and has no preservatives.
It was absolutely delicious! I LOVE Thai food and I am so glad that I have something I can make when I am craving it. It had just the right amount of spice and the flavours were well balanced.
So glad I have some broth left over for tomorrow!

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This is the first raw soup I have been able to prepare and eat!!!!! (all others were tasted too horrible to eat)
Thank you for posting this!

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monkeyy's Review

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This was good! I liked some scallions in mine. I also had the problem with coconut flakes, so I think I'll strain it next time. Thanks for the recipe!

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anyone with substitute ideas for miso and shoyu for wheat/soy allergies?

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jen309's Review

Tom Kha (Tom Rhaw) Noodle Soup Bowl (No Young Coconuts Required!)
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I made this for my family and they all loved it. This tastes just wonderful and we will definitely make this again. I used a mild curry powder for my youngest daughters soup. :) I had very juicy limes and ended up using only 1 lime for a serving of four. For veggies I used baby bok choy, mung bean sprouts, celery, cilantro, and chopped macadamia's. Thanks for this recipe. Delish!

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Hi Maryssa,
I would think making the milk first then straining would help! I found that it was pretty smooth - but then again, I used my VitaMix... do you have a high-speed blender? If not, go to the nut-milk bag approach before you add the other ingredients!
I made it again the other night and used kelp noodles - yum! Totally like using thin rice noodles, and they really soak up the coconut-ey goodness! :)

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Thanks, Raw Curls. I tried that too actually. The only problem with that was I felt I was losing too much of the mass of the soup. Maybe I should try to make a coconut milk first by blending with water and straining through a nut milk bag. Then I could use that as the base of the soup, and blend everything else in. I'd love to hear more ideas also!

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I'll bet straining it through a sieve would help with that.

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maryssa's Review

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HydroJen, were you able to get the dried coconut fully blended? I tried this and it was all lumpy. I had friends coming over (non-raw) so I freaked and made another batch with canned (yikes) coconut milk. It was delicious, but I want to make it can-free! Any suggestions? Oh, and I used kelp noodles which was great! My first time using them and I think I'm in love ;)

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greyongray's Review

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This recipe is AMAZING. Very easy and it tastes "real" if you use all the spice ingredients (for veggies I just did carrot shavings, tomato, and cilantro). I'm so in love - thanks so much for posting. Def going to be making this a lot.

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emisakbari's Review

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This was so good, and I severed it to non raw food lovers and they loved it!!!

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tangerina's Review

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omg. this is my new favorite thing to eat. it was unbelievably easy and sooooo good. thanks so much!

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This is delicious! i made it for my dinner tonight while the kids ate cooked food. It was creamy and spicy and really tasty. I love the idea of using dried coconut- thanks!

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What a brilliant idea!! Looks delicious!

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This sounds really good and the picture (yum!) is making me salivate. Will definitely be trying this recipe. Oh and I LOVE the idea of using dried coconut (sorry cleaver).

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