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Noodle soup

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Inspired by Malaysian laksa, a traditional dish of noodles in hot spicy broth, this easy-to-prepare soup gets its complex flavor foundation from store-bought curry paste. It can be topped with cooked chicken (such as the Chicken with Basil and Lime), seafood, or tofu. Try other traditional garnishes, such as scallions, cilantro, chiles, peanuts, or hard-cooked eggs.

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This recipe will serve four as a first course or light lunch. To serve the noodles as a meal, add a few cups of diced firm tofu or cooked chicken breast to the simmering broth in step 3. Per serving: 272 calories, 5 g fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 48 g carbs, 832 mg sodium, 11 g protein, 2 g fiber

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TV chef Thomas Joseph traveled to Vietnam to study pho, the country's traditional noodle soup; he came back with this authentic recipe. Martha made this recipe on Cooking School episode 304.

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Encourage kids to assemble their own meal at the table by presenting the aromatic broth, noodles, vegetables, and garnishes for this flavorful soup from Laurie David's "The Family Dinner" cookbook in individual serving bowls. Photo credit: Maryellen Baker