Thai Green Curry is one of my favorite favorite dishes! I love this recipe because it's so versatile and I am a true green curry critic (and addict). I've made this recipe a few times already and I've tweaked to perfection, and now I enjoy making it at home more than eating it at my favorite Thai restaurant. I add 4 cloves of minced garlic to the shallots and ginger; and for the vegetables I skip the bamboo shoots (not a fan) and instead use 1 green bell pepper, an eggplant, and half cup of peas. I also use 3tbsp of curry paste, an additional half can of coconut milk, a bit more water, and about 4 shots of fish sauce. During the simmer phase I threw in a bunch of Thai basil and 2tbsp of cayenne and 6 red thai chillies chopped... gimme some heat! Thanks for posting a recipe that you really can make your own!
Great flavor. I used some cooked potatoes and carrots, with green onions, and sliced red chiles. I also used a lot more curry paste. I doubled the recipe for my family. Next time maybe a little less broth.
Easy to prepare and quite tasty. Excellent recipe for a quick go at this sort of dish. I used rotisserie chicken for the meat. Fresh basil and the fresh lime juice on finish complete the flavours. I think I'll add some sliced carrot next time.
Fabulous recipe! I added a few more types of vegetables so that it was so bare and a little extra curry because I like it extra zesty! I would recommend trying this dish!!
Delicious! I didn't really care for the bamboo shoots but other than that is was fantastic. I will most definitely be making again!
I am new to Thai cooking, but not to eating ; ). This is restaurant quality that is soooo good and easy! I've added zucchini and onions for a change. Love the fact that I can control the amount of heat- I use 1- 1/2 Tablespoons curry paste and serve over jasmine rice. Great dinner! Thanks for posting!
My family enjoyed this dish,made with leftover pork roast. My two boys even liked it enough, and they don't like many foods mixed together. I will make this again.
I've never had green curry to compare, but this is rather tasty. Due to my local shop being crap I had to omit the bamboo shoots and substitute stock cube + water for broth, onions for shallots, and dried basil for fresh. Very tasty and will make again, though a bit pale and watery due to the coconut milk (though it nicely balances the heat of the curry paste). Like others I added lemongrass.
Wow - This was so quick & easy & sooo tasty! I added some garlic & lemongrass & was absolutely delicious! My hubs a curry-freak & he loved it - great recipe will be using again.. & again!!