Where we live (kind of out in the country), we don’t have many restaurants nearby.
The best we’ve got is a fast food joint about 15 minutes away.
This is both good and bad. It’s good when you need to save money and eat leftovers. And it’s bad when you want some tasty local food without driving all over the place.
We’re also super far from our favorite Thai place, so I don’t think we’ll be getting takeout any time soon.
So, thank goodness, we found this recipe for Thai Squash Soup.
It will use all of the bounty from your garden or local farmers market (squash, zucchini, new potatoes) and transport them into tasting like Thai takeout.
The secret is totally the red curry paste. Ok, the coconut milk is pretty amazing, too.
This soup is everything you want: creamy, spicy, flavorful and full of texture and veggies.
We’ve already made this soup twice in the past few weeks, and I’ve recommended it to about everyone I know…including you!
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