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So... many ways you can do with our curries!

1.  Follow our directions to make the delicious Thai curries.

2. Add to any meal to make Thai Fusion dishes.

3. Add to any meal as a condiments; it will add another zesty and tasty to your meal.

4 simple steps; just add coconut milk with your favorite meat/tofu and vegetables.

Our Recipes:

Red Curry

Green Curry

Massaman Curry

 
 

Red Curry Recipe:

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Ingredients:

2 tablespoons         Cooking oil

1  can (13.5 oz)     Coconut milk

2  tablespoons        Surisa Red curry paste

1 cup                    bite size meat/poultry

1-2 cups                double dice size Tofu (alternative)

2 cups                   vegetables (crisp vegetables are better) 

1/2 cup                Water

1 handful               Thai basil leaves (optional)

Direction:

  1. Add 2 tablespoons of cooking oil and 2 tablespoons of the paste, stir fry in medium heat until it sizzling.

  2. Pour 1 can of coconut milk

  3. Toss in 1 cup of bite size meat or double dice size tofu, reboil

  4. Add water, Toss in 2 cups of vegetables (crisp vegetables are better) when meat is nearly done, cook 2-3 min (half cook vegetable), Adjust the taste.

     - Serve with rice.

OPTIONAL : - Garnish with slices of color peppers and/or Thai basil leave 

                  - Add Surisa Thai Chili (for spicier taste) before serving.

NOTE: - - This is an all-in-one product, with not only the curry paste itself but all the other sauces and seasonings a Thai cook would use, some of which add to the sodium content. It typically be eaten with rice but if still too salty to your taste please add water in the curry.

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Green Curry Recipe:

Ingredients:

1  can (13.5 oz)     Coconut milk

1/2 cup                Water

2  tablespoons        Surisa Green curry paste

1 cup                    bite size meat/poultry

1-2 cups                double dice size Tofu (alternative)

2 cups                   vegetables (crisp vegetables are better) 

1 handful               Thai basil leaves (optional)

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Direction:

  1. Put coconut milk (1 can 13.5 oz) in the sauce pan on high heat for 1 min.

  2. Toss in 2 tablespoons of Surisa Thai green curry paste, stir until mix well

  3. Toss in 1 cup of bite size meat or double dice size tofu, reboil 

  4. Add water, Toss in 2 cups of vegetables (crisp vegetables are better) when meat is nearly done, cook 2-3 min (half cook vegetable), Adjust to taste

     - Serve with rice.

OPTIONAL : - Garnish with slices of color peppers and/or Thai basil leave 

                  - Add Surisa Thai Chili (for spicier taste) before serving.

NOTE: - - This is an all-in-one product, with not only the curry paste itself but all the other sauces and seasonings a Thai cook would use, some of which add to the sodium content. It typically be eaten with rice but if still too salty to your taste please add water in the curry.

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Massaman Curry Recipe:

Ingredients:

1  can (13.5 oz)     Coconut milk

1/2                      Water
2  tablespoons        Surisa Massaman curry paste
1 cup                    bite size meat/poultry
2 cups                   Peeled cut bite size potatoes and/or peeled cut bite size carrots
1-2 cups                double dice size Tofu (alternative)
1 handful               unsalted nuts

Couple pieces        Start Anise and/or Cinnamon stick (optional)

Direction:

1. Add 2 tablespoons of cooking oil and 2 tablespoons of the paste, stir fry in medium heat until it sizzling.
2. Pour 1 can of coconut milk, stir until mix well
3. Toss in meat/poultry, potatoes and/or carrots, reboil
4. Add water, Toss in handful of unsalted nuts and/or Start anise and/or Cinnamon. simmer for 10-15 min. (Vegetarian: add 1-2 cups double dice Tofu at this stage)
    Adjust to taste, Serve with rice. 

OPTIONAL- Add  Surisa Thai Chili (for spicier taste) before serving.

NOTE: - - This is an all-in-one product, with not only the curry paste itself but all the other sauces and seasonings a Thai cook would use, some of which add to the sodium content. It typically be eaten with rice but if still too salty to your taste please add water in the curry.

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