Organic Thai Coconut Soup
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14.1 oz / $0.27 per oz
Amy's Thai soup with aromatic coconut broth will have you devouring veggies and tofu faster than you can hit send on that delivery order or whip up a batch of your own.
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Tom Kha Phak is Thai comfort food. Fresh veggies and tofu simmer in a slighty sweet, creamy coconut broth. Amy's Kitchen might be California-based, but they could have fooled us with their take on the Thai favorite. They use organic tofu, vegetables, and spices to make it more nutritious than your average canned soup. Just heat it up, spoon it out, and savor a rich, flavorful dish that's better than takeout and can definitely hold a candle to most people's homemade (unless of course, it's made by grandma).
AllergensSoy, Tree Nut (Coconut)
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*How to use
You won't need to add a thing to this soup (though fresh basil leaves are a "nice to have"). Just heat it up and enjoy.
What People Are Saying
- Def one
- tasting soup
Absolutely delicious and refreshing.
I think this is one of the best soups by Amy's. Def one of our favorites. Might make a fun base for other things as well. Totally recommend!
Tastes great and good for you too.
Great vegan soup
Great tasting soup.