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- Hey guys, today I'm going to show you how to make a delicious Thai-style corn soup. Trust me it takes just a few minutes and you build so much flavor it'll make you so happy. This is really a great recipe when you want something quick and something heartwarming and something so soulful and delicious. So we're gonna start very simply with one white or yellow onion if you have some at home. I just want to get these nice and translucent in a pan with a tad bit of olive oil and with the help with a little bit of salt. While that's happening we can go ahead and grate some lemongrass. And right next to it here I've got some pork broth going so it's very classical pork broth. And I'm just going to start it off while I finish up all our other ingredients. So garlic goes in and then a small piece of ginger. I'm really just going to let all those flavors kind of soak in together. So this is fresh corn, I like using fresh corn to really releases it's starch so you get something nice and kind of creamy. Add in a little bit more broth. And that corn should take about three minutes to cook. I'm going to add half a red chile. Finish off with a tad bit more broth. Instead of using cream like you would in a standard kind of cream western soup, we're going to use some coconut cream just to get it together nicely. You just want to bring this to simmer for about 10 or 15 minutes until it gets nice and creamy. While that's finishing up we're just going to prep our ingredients that are going to go on top. Clean and cut your red radish. So this has been simmering away for about 15 minutes now. When I put my spoon in you can see that it comes out nicely coated so it's nice and thick. So the starch from the corn has been activated with the broth. I'm going to go ahead and transfer it into our bowl here. So we got our pieces of radish right here. Some fresh coriander. A tiny bit of my sesame oil. Some chili powder right on top. Just a squirt of lime. A tiny bit of fish sauce. So obviously this will depend on how you made your pork broth or chicken broth rather depending on what you are using and how salty it is. I'm so excited to get into this. Look at how just perfectly... It's almost like a chowder, it's nice and thick. Mmmm. That's so good.