Burmese Chicken Coconut Soup
*A recipe that works!
When Dave picked me up from yoga the other night, he smelled like curried coconut! Maybe my smell buds are heightened after yoga, too. Dave is officially the Monday night chef since he works from home that day. I gave him this recipe to make, and it was divine and totally satisfied me!
This soup was the perfect amount of spice-level and richness that fills me up, but isn't too heavy. The coconut milk base is really what gives you a wonderful feeling of wellness. Coconut water has been very popular in some hot yoga studios over the years, so why not have some more for dinner? Hope this recipe works as well with your tummies like it did mine!
Before we get started, my goals for this blog are for recipes that meet one or both of the following criteria:
- works well with my body
- quick and easy
Mondays are cheater nights for me since I have someone at home to help with the cooking. If you have someone at home who is willing to cook, please have them make this for you! If you live alone, make this on the weekend for the following week's meal plan. I've learned that maintaining good eating habits is all about planning. I've started to prep 2-3 meals on Sundays before the week starts. That way, I'll only have to cook once, maybe twice, during the week nights.
*Any time a recipe goes well with my system after yoga, it is officially getting the tag "recipes that work." It's getting a big fat "dooser" if it doesn't work. Hopefully, that won't happen very much. I'll also either tag them "takes time" or "quick."
Now, for some food!
Burmese Chicken-Coconut Soup