Recipes
May 7

Really freaking good Seafood Green Curry.

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When traveling in Thailand I fell in love with their curries. Sweet, spicy, rich; so, so satisfying. By the time I got back to Canada I was fully addicted to Thai curries and felt the ones I was getting back home just weren’t cutting it for me. So in an effort to cure my withdrawals, I set out on a quest to learn to make my own. After lots of practice, and much feedback, I feel like I am at a place where I am ready to share my current version!

With this recipe, be sure to adjust to your taste. If you want it more spicy, amp up the Thai chilli.

Ready in: 2h 30m
Prep: 40m
Servings: 5-7

Ingredients

  • 5 cloves garlic
  • 4 inch knob chopped ginger
  • 1 stalk lemon grass, beaten well then chopped
  • 3 lime leaves
  • 1 handful basil
  • 1 handful cilantro
  • 1 tbsp soy sauce (Low sodium if possible)
  • 1 tbsp rice wine
  • 1/4 cup green curry paste
  • 2-3 cans high fat coconut milk
  • 2 tbsp canola oil

Instructions

  1. In a food processor blitz garlic, ginger, lemongrass, lime leaves, basil and cilantro until it forms a coarse paste.
  2. Add canola oil in a deep pot over medium heat. Add coarse curry paste and sauté for 2-5 minutes, or until the scent of curry has filled the room. To be safe, keep an eye on the pot as this process can go quickly.
  3. Add curry paste and all remaining liquids. Let simmer on low heat for 2 hours. Pass through a fine mesh strainer to remove chunks. Continue to reduce until desired thickness. You should be able to swipe your finger across a spoon covered in curry and have it leave a "swoosh".

Footnotes

If your curry reduces too much, simply add more coconut milk bit by bit until the desired thickness. If the curry is too thin, continue to reduce.

Andy's