Executive Chef Ravi Kant of The Lalit, New Delhi shares his special Thai green curry recipe with us.
Amongst the host of Asian delicacies, it is Thai and Chinese cuisine that I love the most. The Thai cuisine is known for its subtle colours and fresh ingredients. From kaffir lime to galangal and basil leaves, the greens rule the Thai kitchen. The most popular are the Thai curries which come in red, green and yellow hues. The colour of these curries determines their names and the best part is that they attain this beautiful colour without an additive agents. Do you know that the Thai name for the green curry is Kaeng Khiao Wan which refers to a green curry that is sweet in taste. The sweetness is all thanks to the use of coconut milk, which is a usually suspect in most Thai dishes.
Today, we’ve fetched a recipe of the Thai green curry from the kitchens of Executive Chef Ravi Kant. Here’s the recipe to try at home.
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