If you're in the mood for a good green curry, check out my delicious Thai Green Curry Recipes! Find here a selection of Thai green curry recipes to suit your cooking style and taste-buds. Or learn to make Thai green curry paste from scratch - it's so much better than store-bought pastes, plus healthier and so much fresher-tasting. ENJOY!
This Thai Green Curry Chicken recipe features chunks of tender chicken simmered in a homemade green curry sauce along with healthy vegetables (zucchini and red bell pepper). The result is a gourmet-style Thai green curry that is very aromatic and beautiful to serve (great for entertaining!).
Green Curry is the most popular and famous of all Thai dishes. This recipe will show you how to make it, from what to do with the lemongrass to making the curry paste and putting the whole dish together. ENJOY!
Try this simple vegetarian Thai green curry. Choose your own veggies for this dish, or use the suggestions listed here. This recipe can be made with tofu or wheat gluten as protein substitutes. ENJOY!
This version of green curry features lime leaf as the prominent flavor, and this makes it very special indeed. If you're a Thai food fan, you'll love this wonderful spin on green curry!
Darlene A. Schmidt
This fantastic Thai green curry recipe features tender, thinly-sliced pieces of beef or bison simmered together with eggplant and red pepper (green pepper can be added too). This curry is very sumptuous - wonderful on a chilly night!
Green Curry is the most popular of all Thai dishes, and this Thai Green Curry Chicken recipe is simple to make, yet tastes like it came from your favorite Thai restaurant. Unlike most green curry recipes, this one doesn't call for packaged curry paste - instead, everything is made fresh, resulting in the best possible taste and greatest health benefits. Just follow these easy directions to a great Thai green curry you'll want to make again and again!
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The reason this vegetarian/vegan curry tastes so amazing is because it's created entirely from scratch, yet it's very easy to make. Store-bought curry pastes simply cannot match the fresh-tasting results of homemade. And yet, this curry is very easy to make. Give it a go!
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Thai green curry paste is surprisingly easy to make! Added to chicken or other meats, as well as seafood, noodles, vegetables, tofu, or wheat gluten, this paste will create sumptuous curries. Use right away, or store in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks and use it as you need it (or freeze for 6 months). Much better-tasting than store-bought curry pastes - and much healthier too!