Pale green…

We used to have a couple of Thai restaurants in town but not anymore. Of course, anything and everything tom yam is available here, there and everywhere at the coffee shops, cafés and restaurants but you will not be able to find anything more than that so easily.

Thankfully, my missus can cook her very own Thai green curry from scratch, as nice as the one we would order sometimes here…

…at Payung Café, complete with the terung pipit and all. I even ordered it by the kilo…

…for my Chinese New Year reunion dinner and open house – yes, it is that good!

Well, here’s a bit of good news for those of you who love Thai green curry! You can buy this instant paste…

…available in the shops in boxes, three packs in one…

…and you can use them one by one if you are not cooking that much at one go.

It is so very easy to cook – just follow the instructions on the box…

…and with just one pack, you can have a delightful bowl of Thai green curry to enjoy.

This was what was left, after one meal for the three of us, of what my missus cooked using one pack…

You can take my word for it – it was very nice and you can go and buy the terung pipit from the ethnic section at the Sibu Central Market to throw in for the complete works. Yes, the colour was kind of pale – perhaps, if you add a bit of blended green chili, you would be able to get a nicer shade of green.

Go ahead! Give it a try! Bon appetit!!!

Author: suituapui

Ancient relic but very young at heart. Enjoys food and cooking...and travelling and being with friends.

7 thoughts on “Pale green…”

  1. I like green curry and I remember I used the DeliChef green curry paste from Cosway. I forgot how is the taste now since I didn’t cook it for a long time. Next grocery shopping I will look out for this Ayam brand green curry paste and take your words for it. Nice for a change from the usual red curry.

    Yes, I think we used DeliChef before. Good too. This one’s very nice and very convenient!

  2. I got those paste as free gifts when I bought Ayam Brand sardines online. But they were not the green curry ones.

    Oh? Is that so? No such offer here. What other pastes are there? This one’s very good – we sure would want to try the rest!

  3. That looks really good, I love a nice spicy sweet green curry

    So very nice and so convenient!!! We’ve stocked up a lot in our pantry to use and cook whenever we want.

  4. I do enjoy Thai food very much. I love green curry and mango sticky rice is probably the only dessert I truly enjoy these days.

    Yes, mango sticky rice is my favourite Thai dessert too! A lot of people like Red Roby – I do not see the attraction!

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