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For the first time today I cooked my first ever Thai Green Curry. However I made it too hot, I added to much curry paste. Anyways of making it cooler without adding more liquid? Is Thai green curry su… Read More
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
For the first time today I cooked my first ever Thai Green Curry. However I made it too hot, I added to much curry paste. Anyways of making it cooler without adding more liquid? Is Thai green curry supposed to have potatoes?

Also what is your fav curry. Also are there any rarer less well known curries that taste amazing?
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
i love pretty much all curries. cant beat a good madras though, home made or out a tin like pataks or veeraswamy
#2
Chicken saag is my no.1 closely followed by a thai green curry
#3
milk cools it down and if too runny add a bit of cornflour to thicken otherwise salt on your tongue supposed to work
#4
Think you could add potatoes to soak up some of the spice but not necessarily eat them - not sure tho

Chicken Pasanda or Butter chicken - yummy
#5
Add coconut milk .. to thicken just simmer until the consistency you require .. You can also add yogurt when served
#6
chicken and lamb shashlick!!!! i could eat it for breakfast!!
#7
Chicken Vindaloo :thumbsup:
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Yeah as previously mentioned more coconut milk, also fresh coriander adds a cooling effect as well being very good for you, alternatively if you wanna get out that never used pestle and mortar make your own green curry paste to suit your required level of spice/heat.
#9
coconut milk will help, plus make it creamy enjoy
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Alfonse;3275950
Yeah as previously mentioned more coconut milk, also fresh coriander adds a cooling effect as well being very good for you, alternatively if you wanna get out that never used pestle and mortar make your own green curry paste to suit your required level of spice/heat.

I quite agree both about the coriander and make your own .... you won't go back to jars of "authentic" curries ever again.. I know I won't ever buy a jar again.

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