So what exactly is Thai Green Curry? Well, it’s a spicy, aromatic curry made from a paste packed with fresh herbs like coriander, green chillies, lemongrass, and other tasty ingredients. The components of Thai Green Curry do not have a fixed recipe. The curry is not necessarily sweeter than other Thai curries, but although the spiciness varies, it tends to be more spicy than the milder red curry. Green curry developed during the reign of King Rama VI.or Rama VII., 1908-1926.
And don’t even get me started on how versatile this dish is. You can customize it to your liking. The options are endless and each variation will leave you smiling and your tummy satisfied.
Green curry paste
red & green pepper
Heat the olive oil in a pan. Fry some shallots and garlic. Add green curry paste and broth. Add coconut milk, soy sauce, and vegetables (broccoli, baby corn, red & green pepper). In a pan with a little oil, cut the tofu into triangles and fry. Add the tofu. Garnish with ground pepper and a squeeze of fresh lime juice.
Thai Curry with Sesame can be found here
Garlic – Property – Pungent, warm; spleen, stomach, lung and large intestine meridians entered.
Actions – Resolve swelling, arrest diarrhoea, remove toxicity and kill parasites.
Indications – Scabies, swelling and boils, dysentery, diarrhoea, ancylostomiasis, enterobiasis, tuberculosis.
Cations – It is contraindicated for oral taking in case of yin deficiency with effulgent fire and people with eye disease or tooth disease or, tongue disease or throat disease.
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