If you and the family are always going out, why not try cooking restaurant-style food yourself? For a taste of Thailand in the comfort of your own home, follow this easy-to-make Authentic Thai green curry recipe.
This recipe serves 4-5 people, but can be easily adjusted to feed more or less.
– 400 grams of beef (you can also use chicken or fish balls as a substitute)
– 1 tbsp of cooking oil (choose your own type but avoid olive oil)
– 3 tbsp of green curry paste
– 2 1/2 cups of coconut milk
– 2 kaffir lime leaves, torn
– 5-10 small fresh Thai eggplants (depending on the size), quarter them
– 2-3 red spur chillies, sliced (remember to add more chillies if you want extra bite. Alternatively use red capsicum if you’re not into spicy food)
– 1/4 cup of basil leaf
– 2 tbsp fish sauce
– 2 tbsp palm sugar
1. Start by slicing your meat into thin (around 3cm thick) pieces.
2. Preheat your wok using a medium heat, before adding the oil and sautéing the green curry paste.
3. Once the paste is fragrant, reduce the heat and gradually add 1 1/2 cups of coconut milk while stirring until a film of green oil surfaces.
4. Add the sliced beef and torn kaffir leaves. Continue cooking until the beef is cooked through (should be around 3 minutes).
5. Transfer contents to a pot and continue cooking on a medium heat until it begins boiling.
6. Add the remaining coconut milk, as well as the palm sugar and fish sauce.
7. Once the contents returns to a boil, add the quartered eggplants.
8. Wait until the eggplants are cooked then sprinkle with some basil and chilli.
9. Arrange on a serving dish then garnish with some more basil and chilli.
You don’t have to follow this recipe step for step. We encourage you to attempt your own variations and who knows you might create something that not only tastes better, but is your own unique recipe!