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Raw Vegan Thai Coconut Soup Recipe Delicious Alternative

Updated on June 16, 2012
Tasty raw vegan coconut soup
Tasty raw vegan coconut soup

Raw Vegan Delicious Food

If you are on a raw food diet but you miss the flavours of traditional Asian food such as Thai or Chinese. Rest assured that you can still experience the taste explosion of Thai dishes by adapting the ingredients and the preparation methods to the raw vegan way. It will be just as healthy but twice as nutritious as the cooked version. All you really need is Thai young coconut, chilli and plenty of fresh, organic vegetables.

Here are the ingredients to make your delicious Thai coconut soup, raw vegan style.


1 young coconut

3 cloves garlic (you can adapt this to how strong you would like the flavours to be)

1 tsp fresh chopped ginger

3 tbsp fresh lime juice

2 tsp cold pressed olive oil (if you are going raw then make sure that it is cold pressed olive oil and not extra virgin olive oil or any other type of olive oil. If you are not raw vegan then you don't have to worry about it.) You can also use flax oil

2 tsp mild curry powder ( if you want it stronger then add more curry powder to the mixture)

1 medium tomato

¼ tsp sea salt

½ tsp minced chilli or powderd red chilli powder, you can also use cayenne pepper if you wish

1 large red bell pepper diced


Now you know what goes in the raw vegan coconut soup you can get to preparing it.

Split the coconut and remove the meat. Put the meat in the blender with the garlic, ginger, lime juice, tomato, chilli, olive oil and curry powder. Blend on a medium setting until the mixture is totally smooth, or to you liking. Taste it to see if it needs more seasoning, with this recipe you can adjust it to your individual taste.

You can now go ahead and add cilantro or fresh thyme if you would like. Pour the mixture into a bowl and add your bell pepper and other veggies such as green beans and scallions to the mixture. Stir well and serve chilled. If you would like your soup to be slightly warm, but you still want it to be raw you can achieve this by blending it for two minutes. You can also heat it up on the stove for about 1 minute on a low heat.

This recipe can be adjusted to make it spicier or less spicy. You can also add other vegetables according to what you prefer.


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    • intriguewriter profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from worldwide

      let me know when you try it ! thank you once again

    • Hyphenbird profile image

      Brenda Barnes 

      6 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

      This looks SO good. As my family eats more raw foods, I want to keep the meals interesting so my little boys will stay excited. This soup is perfect for that. Thank you.

    • intriguewriter profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from worldwide

      let me know when you do try it ! good luck! enjoy !

    • mecheshier profile image


      6 years ago

      I absolutely plan on doing so.

    • intriguewriter profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from worldwide

      Thank you for commenting! You should try the recipe out when you get the chance to.

    • mecheshier profile image


      6 years ago

      Very nice recipe. Thank you. Voted up for useful.


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