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yellow thai curry

Discussion in 'Recipe Central' started by Winniethepooh, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. Winniethepooh

    Winniethepooh Senior IL'ite

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    hello all,

    does anyone know how to prepare yellow thai curry (vegetarian)?
     
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  2. advitha

    advitha Silver IL'ite

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    Vini,

    Here's the recipe I usually make,

    Thai yellow curry

    Prepare pannina rendu bowl enakkum sethu panni anuppu, Ok?

    -Uma


     
  3. Induslady

    Induslady Administrator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Hi,

    If either of you are looking for a store bought Thai yellow curry sauce anytime, check out "Trader Joe's" brand. I've tried both their yellow curry as well as red and it was simply delicious. But I always added some extra coconut milk, though the tips in the label says no need of adding coconut milk.

    Regards,
    Malathy
     
  4. advitha

    advitha Silver IL'ite

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    Malathy,

    Is TJ's brand sauce vegetarian? The reason I'm asking is, usually fish sauce or dried shrimp is added in tradition thai sauces. Is there any particular brand?

    -Uma
     
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    Induslady Administrator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Uma,

    Sauces I mentioned above were TJ's own brand. I just looked up the ingredients and it did not say any egg whites or fish or fish oil added to it. So I am presuming it is vegetarian!!

    Though it did say made in an equipment shared with Eggs, Fish and Shellfish.

    Regards,
    Malathy
     
  6. Nitha J

    Nitha J IL Hall of Fame

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    Thanks for the link Ad;
    Thai curries are my fav. Never tried it at home.
    -Nitha
     
  7. Winniethepooh

    Winniethepooh Senior IL'ite

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    uma kandippa anuparen.
    tahnks malathy for the info. will try and let you know

    winnie
     
  8. smart_soul

    smart_soul Bronze IL'ite

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    Yellow and red curry are staples in our house. I use the paste 'Taste of Asia' brand which claims it to be vegetarian. I also add bamboo shoots, water chestnuts and baby corn and pineapples, at times. It comes out simply delicious and quite a lot too. But still we finish it off in one sitting.. :thumbsup
     
  9. shrivanchi

    shrivanchi New IL'ite

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    Hi advitha,

    i got a wonderful thai recipe from the link you mentioned. I tried thai yellow curry, it came out very nice. thank you so much. I prepared the yellow curry sauce too.thankx


    shrivanchi
     

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