Quickie Coconut Tomato Tom Yum Soup.

You all know how I love a soup.  But I have to be honest, some soups confound me.  I can make a mean chowder or stew, but when it comes to Asian soups I'm a little lost.  So I was thrilled when Pacific Natural Foods contacted me and asked if I would give their new Soup Starters line a try.  They have a Tom Yum Starter, a Pho Starter, and a Tortilla Soup Starter.

The Starters are so tasty you could drink them straight from the carton, but if you want to get a touch fancier, it's crazy easy.  Here's my simple twist on the traditional Tom Yum Soup.  Only takes a couple minutes and will make your friends think you slaved all day.  But who are we kidding, don't share with friends - enjoy it all for yourself!

Coconut Tomato Tom Yum Soup

Quickie Coconut Tomato Tom Yum Soup Ingredients:

  • 1 quart Tom Yum Soup Starter
  • 1 can coconut milk (14 ounces)
  • 1/2 can diced tomatoes, drained (14 ounce can)
  • 16 ounce package frozen stir fry or Japanese blend vegetables
  • 14 ounces prepared soba noodles or stir fry noodles
  • optional garnishes: lime, Thai basil, red pepper flakes, cilantro

Quickie Coconut Tomato Tom Yum Soup Directions:

  1. Combine soup starter, coconut milk, and tomatoes in a stock pot and simmer about 5 minutes.  Blend with an immersion blender until smooth. 
  2. Stir in vegetables and bring back to a simmer.
  3. Stir in noodles and cook until noodles are heated through.  Serve immediately.
  4. Enjoy!

From Pacific Natural Foods:
"The Soup Starters line, which launched last year with Vietnamese-style Pho soup base, makes it easy and convenient to step outside of the same old dinner routine with a DIY-version of your restaurant favorites at home. More importantly, each family member can customize their meal with their favorite fresh ingredients, making it easy to please everyone at the table (in less than 30 minutes!)."

Coconut Tomato Tom Yum Soup
Coconut Tomato Tom Yum Soup
Coconut Tomato Tom Yum Soup


Leave a comment below telling me what your favorite soup is and you will be entered to win a sample pack of these delicious Soup Starters from Pacific Foods!  

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  1. Mellow Mushroom has a tomato soup topped with garlic croutons that makes me swooon.

    1. um, that sounds amazing but what are you doing wasting valuable stomach space on soup at mellow mushroom? i'm not sure if we can be friends... ;-)

  2. My favorite is chicken noodle soup,,homemade of course!!

  3. oops forgot email: mamccormick@msn.com

  4. My favorite two soups (who can choose just one) - is turkey carcass soup and a fab lentil soup (both originally from Jane Brody cook books.) I would love to try these - I too so enjoy soups but have never been able to make good home-made Asian soups. SO looking for these in stores. Thanks for the opportunity!


  5. I manage a bookstore/cafe and during the winter months I make our soups from scratch every morning. Current faves (mine & customers') are split pea (crockpot) and tortellini w/meatball. I use Pacific Foods Tortilla Soup Starter for those mornings when I know I can't stand around and saute/dice/chop/cook. The broth is AWESOME and my customers love it! I add black beans, corn, diced tomatoes & rotisserie chicken. Top it with cheese & chips and you've got happy customers (not to mention staff & moi...!)

  6. Current fave is chicken rice noodle pho. : ) I also LOVE my mom's beef stew... oh, yum. Thanks, now I'm hungry lol!


  7. I think my favorite would be potato soup although I make and love many. Just made a pot of split pea from my Dutch friend's recipe which I have made for many years. I haven't tried these products so would like to. lulu@xmission.com

  8. I love this soup and am so glad to find an easy way to make it!! Thanks for this! jninecave@aol.com

  9. My favorite soup is Tom Kha Gai (Thai Coconut Soup. Thanks for the great blog! Donna in Summerville, SC shoediva72@yahoo.com

  10. My favorite soup is my mom's Chinese Chicken and Coconut soup. Mmm, it's perfect for the wintery months because it warms you right up.

    Email: ecobeaut@gmail.com

  11. My favorite is Mexican pozole

    email: maryspilman@cinci.rr.com

  12. I love a really good Chicken Tortilla Soup. Hold the tortillas.

    I'm at donnapreston123@gmail

  13. i love a creamy red pepper soup! or anything thai and spicy! rachelthomas217@gmail.com


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