Red green yellow we all LOVE our Thai curries but how much do you really know your curries As we continue celebrating CURRY WEEK we re breaking down these famous comforting dishes and see what s on the inside the anatomy of the Thai curry Green curry Most of the ingredients have a pigment rich green hue which gives this curry its colour This paste makes for a spicy sweet curry which is finished with basil leaves kaffir lime and Thai brinjal Yellow curry Boasting strong bold flavours from turmeric and curry powder this aromatic dish brings a load of nutrition thanks to the plentiful vitamins and in cruciferous vegetables and anti inflammatory qualities in turmeric It s sweet salty sour from the tamarind and thickened with potatoes coconut milk Red curry It s also known as Kaeng dang literally meaning a spicy curry It contains both fresh and dried red chillies giving it a bright red colour This curry is made with bamboo shoots a protein of your choice and sweet basil leaves you can add sliced pineapples or grapes to add a little sweetness to balance the heat Tell us your favourite Thai curry in the comments below and don t forget to swing by your nearest Foodhall to pick up our fresh ready to stir curry pastes this month

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Red, green, yellow — we all LOVE our Thai curries, but how much do you really know your curries? As we continue celebrating CURRY WEEK, we’re breaking down these famous comforting dishes and see what's on the inside — the anatomy of the #perfect Thai curry.

🍃 Green curry: Most of the ingredients have a pigment-rich green hue, which gives this curry its colour. This paste makes for a spicy-sweet curry which is finished with basil leaves, kaffir lime, and Thai brinjal

🟡 Yellow curry: Boasting strong, bold flavours from turmeric and curry powder, this aromatic dish brings a load of nutrition — thanks to the plentiful vitamins and #antioxidants in cruciferous vegetables and anti-inflammatory qualities in turmeric. It’s sweet, salty-sour from the tamarind and thickened with potatoes & coconut milk

🌶 Red curry: It’s also known as Kaeng dang, literally meaning a spicy curry. It contains both fresh and dried red chillies, giving it a bright red colour. This curry is made with bamboo shoots, a protein of your choice, and sweet basil leaves. #ChefsTip, you can add sliced pineapples or grapes to add a little sweetness to balance the heat

Tell us your favourite Thai curry #recipe in the comments below 👇🏼 and don't forget to swing by your nearest Foodhall to pick up our fresh, ready-to-stir curry pastes this month.

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Red, green, yellow — we all LOVE our Thai curries, but how much do you really know your curries? As we continue celebrating CURRY WEEK, we’re breaking down these famous comforting dishes and see what's on the inside — the anatomy of the #perfect Thai curry. 🍃 Green curry: Most of the ingredients have a pigment-rich green hue, which gives this curry its colour. This paste makes for a spicy-sweet curry which is finished with basil leaves, kaffir lime, and Thai brinjal 🟡 Yellow curry: Boasting strong, bold flavours from turmeric and curry powder, this aromatic dish brings a load of nutrition — thanks to the plentiful vitamins and #antioxidants in cruciferous vegetables and anti-inflammatory qualities in turmeric. It’s sweet, salty-sour from the tamarind and thickened with potatoes & coconut milk 🌶 Red curry: It’s also known as Kaeng dang, literally meaning a spicy curry. It contains both fresh and dried red chillies, giving it a bright red colour. This curry is made with bamboo shoots, a protein of your choice, and sweet basil leaves. #ChefsTip, you can add sliced pineapples or grapes to add a little sweetness to balance the heat Tell us your favourite Thai curry #recipe in the comments below 👇🏼 and don't forget to swing by your nearest Foodhall to pick up our fresh, ready-to-stir curry pastes this month. #AllAboutTheCurry #CurryWeek #ThaiCurry #Anatomy #Curry #FoodhallIndia

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