Yield: Yields about eight cups.
Galangal, a rhizome similar to ginger, is available fresh or frozen in Asian markets; ginger is an acceptable substitute. Chile paste, made from ground red chiles, garlic, and vinegar, is sold in Asian markets and some supermarkets.
Fruity-floral Rieslings and Gewürztraminers are ideal. Try Kabinett-level Rieslings from Gunderloch and Zilliken. Or try these varietals: from California, Edmeades’ Mendocino Gewürztraminer or Bonny Doon’s Pacific Rim Riesling; or from the Pacific Northwest, Amity Gewürztraminer of Oregon or Hogue Riesling from Washington.
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Wow delicious! Easy with really complex flavours that just blend together with perfection. I served Young Thailand Hot Sauce on the side for the more adventuresome in my dinner party and a spoonful of it in the soup after its served is fantastic. The recipe is 3 tbsp. of lime juice, 1 tbsp. chopped garlic, 3 tbsp. fish sauce, 1 tbsp. sugar and 1 tbsp of hot thai chilies chopped. combine all ingredients and let sit to blend flavours for a bit. Love the combo!
At last! I can end my search for yet another Hot & Sour Soup recipe! This soup is absolutely delightful! Flavorful, spicy but not overpowering - light but packs a punch. An excellent starter for a Thai meal. You will not be disappointed, this is an easy dish to make, don't change a thing! It does not keep well - don't make it the day before (although the taste is still delicious, the shrimp texture changes and the fresh basil and cilantro get quite soggy).
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