This dish can do no wrong for me, as it contains some of my favourite flavours. I love how versatile it is though, in that you can use whatever type of curry you like, from a regular curry powder, to a green or red Thai curry paste. For this particular instance, I used a beautiful Madras curry powder, and when combined with the fresh grated ginger, lime, and cilantro, it was absolutely delicious!


Rice vermicelli is the perfect noodle to star in this soup.- their delicateness allows you to slurp up all the goodness from the broth, too! And although they are so thin, somehow they always seem to fill me up! I found this dish to be quite the comfort food, as the curry aroma floated throughout my kitchen, and it was warming from head to toe as I ate it. This also makes great leftovers for lunch the next day. Simply keep the noodles separate from the coconut milk broth. Reheat the coconut milk broth on the stove or in the microwave and when ready, pop the noodles in. Your coworkers will be so jealous!


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  • Angie

    It is easy and versatile, and not forget that it looks so good and full of flavours!

  • This looks so delicious, I really love rice vermicelli so I’m happy to see it featured here!

  • Mmmmmmmmmm I love curry noodle soups! I wish I have the skills to make curry paste right now, but not all ingredients are widely available at the moment. I love Madras curry powder, it’s a very versatile ingredient in Asian curry dishes!

  • Mmmmmmmm,….a lovely tasty filling recipe. Yummm.

  • Thanks Sophie!

  • I don’t know if I have ever made my OWN curry paste!! I will add that to my list of things to do when I get a kitchen. I’d really love to….ever since I went to Thailand I’ve wanted to do that, but I kind of forgot!!

  • Me too Pamela!!

  • Thanks Ang!

  • The Peace Patch

    I am so addicted to big steamyhot noodle bowls right now because it’s so dismally cold…it’s even better that these are curriedup hot too. Many thanks for the recipe! πŸ™‚

  • Alex / Trending Recipes

    Such beautiful colors!

  • inspirededibles

    Gorgeous Koko! This looks like heaven in a bowl to me — I can literally taste it and I want it right now :). Lime, cilantro, curry, creamy coconut… the stuff that dreams are made of! Lovely photos too… gentle, serene lighting.

  • Nat @ the Apple Diaries

    Koko I was craving a curry so badly the other night and ended up going to my favourite Indian restaurant! I wish I had seen this post. I have a really awesome homemade curry paste recipe if you ever want it πŸ™‚

  • La petite casserole

    OMG! your dish looks great, I wish I could eat it right now!

  • Thank you!! πŸ™‚

  • No problemo πŸ˜‰

  • Thanks Alex!!

  • Exactly the stuff dreams are made of! πŸ˜‰ Thanks Kelly.

  • Well Indian food can’t hurt, can it!? Now I’m craving this all over again!! πŸ™‚ I would looove that recipe- I have never made my own curry paste if you can believe that. I’d love to try..

  • Thanks La petite casserole! It comes together in a flash…you wouldn’t have to wait too long to eat it! πŸ™‚