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Recipe for Yellow Thai Curry

Recipe for Yellow Thai Curry

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Yellow Thai Curry is a speciality of Thai Cuisine. Generally Thai cooking involves Coconut milk or cream which makes the gravy rich and creamier. This curry is made by boiling mixed veggies in Coconut milk and of course the Thai Curry paste. So if you are a big fan of Coco milk why not give it a try?

Serves:

4

Preparation Time:

10

Cooking Time:

20 mins

Ingredients:

Vegetable Stock
- 1 Cup
 
 Coconut Milk - 1 Cup
 
 Onions or Shallots chopped - ¼ Cup
 
 Few Bamboo shoots
 
 Potatoes cooked and cubed - 1
 
 Broccoli cut into florets - 1 Cup
 
 Cauliflower cut into florets - ½ Cup
 
 Baby corn cut lengthwise - 2 to 3
 
 Okra cut lengthwise - 2 to 3 (Optional)
 
 Fresh Ginger grated - 1 Tbsp
 
 Sugar - 1 tsp
 
 Garlic grated - 1 Tbsp
 
 Turmeric Powder - ½ tsp
 
 Curry Powder - 2 tsp
 
 Chilli sauce - 3 Tbsp
 
 Salt to taste
 

Method:

• Place the Vegetable Stock and Coconut Milk in a Pan on medium flame.

• Once this starts boiling, add the Vegetables and mix well. Keep this on low flame till the Vegetables are cooked.

• Then add the remaining ingredients and further cook for another 5 minutes.

• Serve hot with Rice.

You can also make this Curry with Chicken, Duck, Shrimp etc.
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