Mae Ploy Red Curry Paste, 14 oz
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- Thai style red curry paste.
- Just add water or coconut milk to make Thai curry in minutes.
- Add your favorite vegetables and meats.
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Here are my cooking directions, made nice and simple for cooking-illiterate people like myself:
1) put 1 tbsp of cooking oil in a pot and turn to medium heat. Might want to start the rice at this time as well. I just used normal white rice using a rice cooker.
2) throw in 2 tbsp of the curry spices for about 30 seconds and make them sizzle (this is for medium heat. I started out with 1 tbsp and it didn't have enough kick. I would have used 3, but my girlfriend doesn't like it too hot)
3) add a can of coconut milk. I used regular (not lite) milk. Also add some fish sauce (this is optional. I only used it cause I happened to have some). This is a good time to test to see if its spicy enough for you and if you used enough fish sauce.
4) add veggies (i used bamboo shoots, mini corn cobs, and green pepper). cook for 5-10 minutes or until the veggies are as soft as you like them (less time for crispier veggies, more time for soft veggies)
5) add shrimp (i used frozen shrimp and cooked them for 5 minutes. You could add chicken if you prefer, just throw it in for about 15-20 minutes BEFORE adding the veggies)
6) devour in ecstacy
It not so much cooking, as much as it is putting a pot over a flame and throwing some stuff into it and stirring it occasionally. Very simple, goes great with rice, only takes about 20-30 minutes to cook, depending on what protein you use. I would recommend to anyone who likes curry!
The only sad thing is, this has already increased in price about 25% since I last bought it. But it should last about 5 meals or more. Would probably last 7-8 meals if you don't like it quite as spicy. bon appetite!
UPDATE: I have been messing around with this curry since first purchasing it months ago. I just wanted to add that "lite" coconut milk is what I've switched to, because I cant tell a difference in taste (at least, not very noticable). I've also started adding all sort of different veggies. I've found that you can use pretty much any vegetable that you enjoy! broccoli, carrots, water chesnuts, all kinds of peppers, kael.... all awesome :)
VEGETARIAN THAI COCONUT RED CURRY (MILD) –
1 Teaspoon Red Curry Paste
1 Tablespoon Coconut Oil
1/2 Cup Brown Rice
1/2 Small Onion Diced
1/2 Tablespoon Ginger
2 Cloves Of Fresh Garlic Fine Diced
Pinch Of Salt
1/4 Red Bell Pepper Diced
1/4 Orange Bell Pepper Diced
2 1/2 Cups Coconut Milk
2 Teaspoons Sugar
1/2 Tablespoon Soy Sauce
1 Tablespoon Lime Juice
2 Tablespoons Paprika
1 Teaspoon Curry Powder
Put all ingredients in pot and cook at a very low boil for one hour with lid off. Stir occasionally.
If you don’t want it to be vegetarian, just add fine diced chicken breast or steak.
I found this brand while reading a paleo cookbook. While I am not a paleo person, I liked the idea of cleaner ingredients. Thai food is one of my favorite take-out meals. While on a budget, take-out is completely out of the question..enter Mae Ploy. This stuff creates restaurant quality curry right at home, for a fraction of the cost. This container will last quite a while, I think we have used it 4-5 times already and we have barely scratched the surface. I use about 2 T per dish and it is SPICY. 1 T or less would be mild but with a very good flavor. I have recommended this to many friends and will continue to purchase Mae Ploy Curry Paste. Can't wait to try the other flavors.
Packaging is great, the container comes with a bag inside. Sits in the refridgerator nicely with no issues. Shipping was timely.
Also, this paste lasts forever. We will definitely eat it all before it spoils. We ordered in March and it is now August, and the paste still tastes delicious and fresh. Consider transferring it into a glass mason jar with a plastic lid, because it comes in an odd little pouch that is awkward to use.
***If you have allergies to shellfish, be aware that this product contains shrimp. Try looking at the other Mae Ploy flavors, as some are shellfish-free.
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