Paleo Thai Soup

Every now and then I get a craving for Thai.  Today was  a busy day and I decided to do a crock-pot meal.  I love returning home to a cooked meal.  I used what I had to create Paleo Thai Soup.  I love simple and easy…this recipe is just that!  The key to success is to plan ahead!  If you know your schedule will be busy, find a simple meal to make.  I find simple meals often happen in the crock-pot at our house.

I want to share a little crock-pot tip.  I will put my meals in our crock-pot and use a light timer to have it go on and off at the correct time.  I think I picked my timer up for $2 at IKEA.  It is a cheap and easy trick to help make my life easier!


Paleo Thai Soup

Serves 4-6

6 cups chicken broth
1 cup coconut milk (from can)
2 limes (juice)
2 cups cooked cubed/shredded chicken
1 cup pea-pods (cut ends off)
2 Tbsp Thai red curry paste (you can add another Tbsp if you like ‘spicy’)
2 Tbsp Thai fish sauce
1 tsp fresh grated ginger
1.  Place chicken broth, lime juice, coconut milk, ginger, Thai paste and fish sauce in crock-pot and whisk together.
2.  Add in chicken and pea-pods.
3.  Cook on low for 5-6 hours or high for 2-3. 
 *If you don’t have pea-pods in season, I have used broccoli instead.*


I have linked the Thai items below.  Please note these are Thai items.  There is also an Indian Curry and they have completely different tastes.

Thai Kitchen Fish Sauce: Thai Kitchen Fish Sauce — 7 fl oz

Thai Kitchen Red Curry Paste: Thai Kitchen Red Curry Paste — 4 fl oz




  1. […] We love Thai in our house.  It is a great safe option for a Paleo lifestyle, just omit the rice.  We have a great little Thai restaurant 10 minutes from our house.  I normally order Tom Kha and Pad Ped.  For those who have never had Tom Kha soup, I recommend you give it a try.  It is sweet from the coconut milk and salty from the fish sauce.  I have made a crockpot version and you can take a peak here. […]

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