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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Thai Jungle Curry - Kaeng pa

Yum
I am sure you have seen this curry in the menu at the Thai restaurant, never had it? then you are in a loss. We used to order this along with the usual thai curries, pad Thai and other dishes. But this is not your as usual creamy curry like other Thai Curries because it does not have  coconut milk in it so its spicy (very). So don't make this during summer, Fall and winter is best time to enjoy this curry. I have added what ever vegetables I had it that time in my fridge, you can add your choice of vegetables, proteins and make a dish. Because of no coconut milk, the spices you can really taste it which is the way at least I like it. Without any thickener, this will be very thin gravy.  As per wiki, this dish is originated in Northern Thailand, where coconut are not that much, hence no coconut milk in this dish.

Ingredients :

4 Tbsp. Red curry paste
1 cup water
1 onion chopped
1 carrot chopped
half Zucchini chopped
half red and green capsicum chopped
few button mushroom chopped
few water chestnuts and bamboo shoots
few string beans chopped
As per taste soya sauce
1 tsp. rice vinegar or plain vinegar

Method:

Heat up the wok, add water and red curry paste and let it boil.
Add vegetables, soya sauce and vinegar.
cover the wok and bring to boil.
Let it cook for on medium flame for 5-6 minutes.
If you have Thai basil and kaffir lime leaves, add it in the end.
serve hot with white rice or fried rice.


 Add curry paste as per your taste.
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23 comments:

  1. Sounds interesting! I like the idea of bamboo shoots and water chestnuts too.

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  2. The name of the dish and the outcome; equally tempting.

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  3. never had it before,but looks a must try ..yummmy flavors !!!

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  4. Amazing.. hearing for the first time.

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  5. I never had this before linsy.. Love to try it soon. Thanks for sharing it ..

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  6. wonderful recipe...looks delicious!

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  7. Looks delicious and healthy..very nice clicks.

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  8. I have never tried this it looks like an interesting dish.

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  9. This really tempting curry....... Yummy!

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  10. Sounds interesting .. though the name is funny.

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  11. This sounds really delicious, and sometimes you need the kick without coconut milk to offset it. Yum!

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  12. Nice recipe, looks delicious..

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  13. this looks really interesting! but the name of the curry is funny... love the smoke effect...

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  14. Awesome curry,next time I am at a Thai restnt I shd give it a try.

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  15. a totally rarely heard recipe...hot

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  16. Thai jungle curry looks delicious Linsy, thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop.

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  17. Mmm, that looks wonderful and just my cup of tea. Thanks for linking up to #recipeoftheweek - I have pinned this post to my food boards and scheduled in a tweet for this evening :) There's also a fresh linky live at 6pm - hope you join in! x

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