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Mankai Thai Soup

Accentuate the exotic flavors of Thailand with a touch of Mankai, for the ultimate combination of health and deliciousness

Mankai Nutrition Contribution

Mankai content per serving 0.85oz

Mankai contributes to each portion:

Calories  10

Protein  1.2g

Dietary fibers  0.9g

Iron  1.7mg

Sodium  1.3mg

Potassium  68mg

Vitamin B12  0.07mcg

Vitamin E  0.5mg


24 frozen Mankai cubes

3 lb. 15.5 oz canned coconut milk

1 lb. 1.6 oz fresh cherry tomatoes halves

1.1 oz extra virgin olive oil

2.1 oz chopped fresh garlic

1 lb. 12.2 oz diced 1/2 inch onions

7.1 oz. Thai Tom Yum chili paste (Chua Hah Seng)

4.2 oz. green curry paste

3.5 oz. chicken broth powder

0.7 oz. chopped candied Ginger

2.1 oz. fish sauce

1.1 oz. raw lemon juice

1.8 oz. toasted sesame oil

6 lb. 9.8 oz. boiling water

0.4 oz. herbs and spices mix (blend of dried kaffir lime leaves, dried cardamom pods, sta anise)

4.5 oz bean noodles prior to serving

5 oz fresh vegetables juliennes prior to serving


Step 1

Sauté onions in olive oil until translucent for 2-3 minutes, add garlic, stir and add the tomato halves

Step 2

Add curry paste, broth powder, boiling water, ginger, fish sauce, herbs mix, coconut milk and let simmer

medium heat for 15 minutes

Step 3

Boil noodles for 5 minutes and rinse with cold water

Step 4

Taste and adjust seasoning, whisk the Mankai into the soup

step 5

Serve with cooked bean noodles and fresh vegetables julienne and with a drizzle of sesame oil on top

of the soup bowl

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