An aromatic chicken and sweet potato soup with Thai spices. Sweet, hot and sour coming from sweet potato, chilli, coconut and a dash of fish sauce. Balanced with ginger, lemongrass, lime leaves, lazy days sleeping in hammocks and island hopping in longtail boats.
Chicken Stock, Potato (12%), Sweet Potato (5%), Chicken (5%), Coconut (4.8%), Carrot, Chickpeas, Spinach, Onion, Spring Onion, Pearl Barley, Cornflour, Lemon Grass, Coriander, Fish Sauce, Lime Leaves, Ginger Puree, Red Chilli, Rapeseed Oil, Sugar, Salt, Garlic Puree, Turmeric. Chicken Stock contains Water, Chicken Broth (Chicken, Chicken Skin, Chicken Fat), Sugar, Salt, Corn Starch, Concentrated Onion Juice. Chicken contains Salt, Water. Fish Sauce contains Water, Anchovy, Salt, Sugar.
Contains Barley and Fish Sauce. May also contain Nuts, Peanuts and Sesame Seeds.
|Typical values as sold||Per 100g||Per half pot
|%RI||RI for an
|of which saturates||1.7g||5.1g||3.0%||20g|
|of which sugars||0.9g||2.7g||6.0%||90g|
The Kingdom of Thailand is renowned for its scenery and serenity. From its scattered island paradises to the temple ruins hidden in the jungles, there are secrets to be found in one of the world's friendliest countries.
Islands such as Ko Samui, Ko Panyi and hundreds more offer the chance to sit under palm trees as the sapphire sea laps at the shore. Sharks and rays dance underwater through multicoloured coral reefs and the trees teem with tropical birds calling in fright as a tiger stalks through the shade. Thailand isn't simply a country, it is an entire world.
Before the railway was completed, the only way to travel throughout the regions was on the back of an elephant or via boat. This meant that the 4 distinct regions were able to hold on to their culture, traditions and cuisines. The southern food was very much influenced by the travellers from India and Java and this, combined with the abundance of coconuts, lead to the distinctive flavour that Thailand is often so well known for
Thai food is very popular and very recognisable with flavours such as coconut, lime, ginger and a bit of spice. We wanted to create something that had all of the bold flavours but wasn't overpowering.
When we make our dishes, we always think about what feeling we're trying to represent when we bring the ingredients together. In the case of our Sunny Thai soup, we wanted it to feel like being sat on a beach on a tiny island in the Gulf of Thailand. We sourced authentic spices and ingredients, gave them our familiar twist, and created paradise in a pot.
Coconut water has a host of health benefits, the flesh is packed full of healthy fats that are essential to growth, the husk can be used to make charcoal and the hair on it is used in ropes. In fact, here are 5 more astounding facts about coconuts: