Anyone who has been to Thailand or dined at an authentic Thai restaurant, there is one dish that is probably isn’t missing in your dining table: curry. Curries are one of the most notable dishes that have risen from this cuisine and have sprung many versions depending on the region where it is prepared from. If you want to experience Thai cuisine, you need to start with curry dishes as one of the staple Thai recipes just waiting to be discovered.
If you want to try your own hands at cooking Thai food, here are three Thai recipes to try:
Red Curry Recipe
If you are craving for some Thai food but can’t find a Thai restaurant near you, don’t worry because this recipe is so easy to do! You need 30 minutes to complete this recipe. To recreate the classic red chicken curry recipe from Thailand, you will need the following: vegetable oil, onions, garlic, ginger, red curry paste, chicken fillets, coconut milk, green beans, and fresh coriander leaves. In a large sauce pan, heat up oil and saute the onion, garlic and ginger. Add the curry paste and stir until it is cooked. Add the coconut milk into the pan and bring it to a boil. when the sauce is thickened and reduced, add the rest of the ingredients and keep stirring until the meat is cooked and tender. Season to taste and garnish with fresh coriander leaves just before you take the pan off the heat. Cooking tip: You can adjust the amount of curry paste you use depending on how hot you would like the dish to be.
Korma Curry Recipe
This recipe is popular in Thailand and the rest of the world because this is the ultimate comfort food. But if you know how easy it is to prepare, you won’t be eating this on a take-out again. For this recipe, yo will need the following ingredients: yoghurt, curry paste, chicken cutlets, vegetable oil, onions, tomatoes, spinach leaves, coriander leaves, and rice.
Mix the curry paste and yoghurt in one bowl. When you’re done mixing, add the chicken and make sure that the meat is fully coated. Set aside for at least 30 minutes. Use a stockpot and pour cooking oil to heat. Sautee the onion and garlic until golden brown in color. Add the chicken and continue stirring. Leave it to simmer for a few minutes. Add the tomato and keep stirring until the sauce is thick and the chicken is tender. Finish it off with a dash of spinach leaves – wait for it to wilt before taking off the dish from the heat.  Marions Kitchen
Thai Green Curry Recipe
The last and probably most popular curry recipe from Thailand is the green curry recipe. For this one, you will need green curry paste to achieve the unique color of the dish. The essentials for this recipe are skinless chicken thighs, groundnut oil, coconut milk, mushrooms, lime leaves, chicken stock, garlic, basil, lemongrass stalks, shallots, ginger, chili, fish sauce, cumin and fresh coriander leaves. You can choose to make your own green curry paste or buy ready-made pastes made with various herbs. When the paste is ready, fry the chicken in a pan until golden. Set it aside in another container while you fry the mushrooms for a few minutes. You can set the mushroom aside but continue using the oil where you fried the mushrooms in. Add the green curry paste and stir until it is reduced and achieve that thick consistency. At this point, you can add the coconut milk and water. Bring the heat up and simmer for a few more minutes. At this point, you can add the chicken and mushroom. Season to taste.
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