Authentic Thai Recipes – How To Make Thai Chili Ribs Curry! วิธีทำ แกงคั่วพริกซี่โครงหมู

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Southern Thai dry chili pork ribs curry (แกงคั่วพริกซี่โครงหมู) is a recipe that my Thai mother in law makes frequently for me in Thailand, and so today I’m exciting to share this authentic Thai recipe with you!

This is a Thai curry recipe, and it really focuses on dry red chilies for much of the flavor, without using any coconut milk. It’s common in Thailand to make this recipe with pork ribs, or any other kind of meat, it also works well with chicken. This is a southern Thai curry that you’ll find eaten throughout Bangkok at southern Thai restaurants, and throughout the south of Thailand.

Here are the ingredients you’ll need for this recipe:
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For the curry:
1 kg. pork ribs, or meat of choice (ซี่โครงหมู)
6 – 8 tbsp. curry paste – ingredients below (เครื่องแกงเผ็ด)
10 kaffir lime leaves (ใบมะกรูด)
2 – 4 cups of water (น้ำเปล่า) – start with 2 cups and add more as needed
About 1 tsp. salt, or salt to taste (เกลือ)

For the curry paste:
50 grams Thai dry bird’s eye chilies – that’s about 1 big handful (พริกชี้ฟ้าแห้ง)
7 cloves garlic (กระเทียม)
3 shallots (หอมแดง)
1 coriander root (รากผักชี)
2 thumbs sized chunks of turmeric (ขมิ้น)
1 stalk lemongrass (ตะไคร้)
1 thumb sized chunk of old galangal (ข่า)
1 tbsp. black peppercorns (พริกไทยดำ)
1 tsp. cumin seeds (ยี่หร่า)
1 tsp. coriander seeds (ลูกผักชี)
1 tsp. salt (เกลือ)
1.5 tbsp shrimp paste (กะปิ)

The basic steps of making this southern Thai dry chili pork ribs curry (วิธีทำ แกงคั่วพริกซี่โครงหมู) is to first pound all the ingredients for the curry paste, then boil it with water together with the pork ribs. The majority of the work you have to do is in preparing the curry paste. Then it’s just a matter of boiling it with the meat until the meat is tender.

Hope you enjoy this authentic Thai recipe and let me know if you try it out or if you have any other questions!

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Mark Wiens says:

Thank you for watching this video!

Here’s a link to the recipe with full directions:

alex dreamer says:

Sir..what nationality are you? And who is she? Your wife's mother????

Malcolm Lang says:

My son is in Phuket at the moment. I truly love your videos, nice work!! 🤠🇦🇺

Anastacio De Jesus says:

Can you teach me how to learn about blogging

elizabeth espinoza says:

This looks sooo delish.

Tanekia Tolbert says:

Mmmmm.. Looks so good !

Missy Mayes says:

That looks so wonderful!

Me Chim Chim says:

Just finished cooking this dish, my whole kitchen smells so good atm…omg, can't wait to taste it! thanks for the recipe!

Byp59 S says:


ผม ทีม ณ โคราช says:

ต้องใส่ต้นหอมกับผักชีตอนท้ายด้วยครับ มันจะหอมน่ากินมากขึ้น

LeakenaDoll says:

I'm glad you're doing the pounding Mark.

Venkat G says:

Mark!! Color of the curry feels the actual taste while watching….awsome.

xtig3r says:

Tell your mother inlaw thanks!

Diane Winchester says:

Only a dunderhead would mess up that recipe.  Its too easy.  I would replace with lamb ribs.

Nadia Aljumayli says:

Oh that’s a great cook we love you mark say hi for your family 👋💐💐

Wilson Chan says:

Thai dishes are 1 of the best in the world

daddyteddy85 says:

Is galangul like ginger??

Jocelyn Rinu says:

Yummy yummy… mouth started watering…

Ro Yu says:

This is my favorite vlog!

B says:

Adopt me, please.

ayesha buena says:

i will definitely try to cook that curry. my husband loves thai food . and we both love spicy food . thanks for sharing the recipe Mark Wiens …

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