Hey there! Today's recipe needs no introduction (to some people 😂 ) as it is so famous (and scrumptious of course!)
Christmas is coming and we can't wait 🎄 🎄 We are starting to set up our (tiny) tree, ordering new things & trying new recipes (and loving most of em') 2020 has been a pretty rough year but there's nothing the holiday season can't fix.
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Ok, let's now talk about our thai green curry paste recipe. Whenever you eat thai green curry you must be thinking that it will be very difficult to make but it is such an easy recipe that you will think about why you have not tried till today. I had explained a lot about the thai ingredients in my last recipe that is kiew tew nahm.
When we talk to people about this recipe we usually get a "that seems so hard!" reaction but trust us- this recipe is EASY - like very easy. In our Kiew Tew Nahm recipe (we ❤️ Thai) we go more in-depth about some of our ingredient choices so make sure you check that out!
So let's start with the recipe!!
Thai Green Curry Paste
4 stalks Lemmon grass, peel outer fiber of it and take center part of it.
5 to 6 Green chilies, fresh green this bird chilled, stemmed, and chopped.
1cup Corrinder leaves with stem, chopped
3 sprig basil leaves
1tbsp Corrinder seeds whole roasted
1tsp Cumin seeds (jeera)roasted
1tsp whole black peppercorns
2 Shallot (or 1 medium size onion)roughly chopped
1/4 cup Spring onion (bulb and greens)
3 cloves Garlic
1/2 inch Gangal (or ginger)
6 to 7 Kaffir lime leaves
1kaffir lime(cut out, the outer skin of it)
or1/2 tbsp lemon zest
2 tbsp coconut oil
In this recipe make sure your grinder should be very good because to grind ingredients like lemongrass we need a strong grinder
Basically, what you have to do is to grind all the above-mentioned ingredients in a grinder till we get a fine paste.
For lemongrass, you can chop it into small pieces so that when you will grind it in a grinder it will be easy for you to get a fine paste. You did it!!