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Learn How To Make Thai Green Curry on Ruchi’s Kitchen only on Rajshri Food. This Thai Green Curry Recipe is the ultimate thai recipe vegetarian that can be made at home without any hassles.

Ingredients:-
For the paste:-
1 tbsp. Coriander Seeds
2 cloves
4 peppercorns
2 Stalks of Lemongrass
5-6 Garlic Cloves
1½” Ginger
1″ Galangal
3 Chopped Green Chillies
1 Chopped Onion
½ cup Coriander Leaves
½ cup Thai Basil
1 Kaafir Lime Leaf
1 tsp. Vinegar
Salt to taste

For the curry:-
Red Bellpeppers
Green Bellpeppers
Baby Corn
Broccoli
Mushrooms
2 cups Coconut Milk
1 tbsp. Corn Flour
Salt to taste

Method:-
The Paste:-
Dry roast coriander seeds, cloves and peppercorns for a minute and grind them. Then add chopped lemongrass stalks, garlic, ginger, galangal, green chillies, onion, coriander leaves, thai basil, kaafir lime leaf, vinegar and salt to the grinder and grind all these ingredients to a fine paste.

The Curry:-
Heat a tablespoon of oil in a pan and add in 5-6 tsp. of the green paste and cook it for a minute. Once cooked push the paste on one side of the pan. Heat some oil in the free space of the pan and saute the bellpeppers, baby corn and broccoli in it mixing in the paste afterwards. Then add the mushrooms and salt. Pour half the quanity of coconut milk in the cooked ingredients. In the remaining half add corn flour and mix it well and then pour it in the pan. Let all this cook for 2-3 minutes and add some bruised kaafir lime leaves and salt as required. Once the curry starts to boil turn the flame off.

Lip-smacking Thai Green Curry is ready to be served!

Share your experiences while cooking this authentic thai green curry in the comments below. HAPPY COOKING!!!

Host : Ruchi Bharani
Director: Suchandra Basu
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Comments

TheSodafire says:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnkvbzQbNTU
Here! homemade fishball green curry in 3 minutes, Please find 🙂

Isha Vyas says:

Very easy way to make, thank you very much!!

Mruganc Patki says:

The thai green curry looks as beautiful as you look ma'm.
am sure the curry was amazing.

Sushil Datt says:

so nice. looks yummy. thanx a lot. u are a super duper host. keep it up.

Waqash Ahamed says:

ruchi the coconut milk should be thick or lite in a consistency

PP. says:

I am Thai, just to share you guys here in details. For the basic original, No broccolis , bell peppers, baby corn, mushrooms , vinegar and peppercorn( I don't know your replacement for this ingredient), also the coriander leaves that most of Thai pastes are made with coriander seeds or its roots. Thai basil leaves and red chilies are mostly sprinkled for the last aromatic touch. Eggplants is likely to use the green round which I think it is available in Thailand, so the eggplant is replaceable. Kaffir lime leave is the one of herb ingredients that makes the soup, actually, it is used in almost of Thai soups. If you make Thai spicy salad, u can skip the leaves ( Yum). However, this video looks yummy to try even it is not correct as some herbs are available and many ways to adjust following your own taste. Glad to see your interesting and creativity. Please visit Thailand to try the authentic!!!

Alice H. says:

This is looks so easy to make, I'm so excited to try it! Your channel is fabulous!

Balaji k says:

you make lovely dishes .,,,, thumps up…………

Mimmay Mara says:

that looks so delicious 🙂

Sachin Vartak says:

Hi Ruchi, Your recipes are as wonderful as you are. Keep posting..)

Vandana Chajjed says:

Pls show us to mak veg souffle.

Amramz Amramz says:

what is a good substitution for curry leaves? they are not available in my area

My Cooking Channel says:

Nice and fresh with full of green veges….. thanks for sharing

Cynthia Smith-Heiden says:

looks wonderful. can nearly smell it😋 I see these grinder/processors in many Indian kitchens on YouTube. where can they be purchased? thankyou

Kkaow Seeu says:

oh so look good.

3rsurrender says:

Nice recipeeee cannot wait to try ❤

Sanjeev Goswami says:

would be nice if it would show in writing what she is putting in because some stuff isn't easily understood like like leaf or the leafs she puts in at the end because of the accent.

Yt CB says:

Amazing and easy recipe!! Thank you so much for sharing!! Can you also post recipes of Thai yellow and red curries please?

rupa niranjan says:

what if kafir lime leaves are not available?

Hira's Cookshack says:

Nice and spicy! 😍

DR sabari says:

Jasmine rice?

Chandrani Modak says:

i just tried it…it came out awesome….!! thank you for sharing this wonderful unique receipe!☺

Mangesh Keni says:

Now a days u make recipes with lengthy ingredients…..😕😕😕

J. R. Puja Devi says:

it's looking yummy

lakshita arya says:

madam this is not authentic style of Thai green curry ..I have seen 1 Indian channel ..she used cliantro stems, cumin seeds coriander seeds white pepper corn, yess sugar or palm sugar too add ..without adding palm sugar Thai curry is incomplete..there is no place for cornstarch in Thai curry…

Layla Patel says:

thanks for prompt reply. Will try the recipe soon.

Eldose Mathew says:

This is Indo version of Thai Food.checkout Thai food you will find original versions.

rakshit shah says:

what do u say kafir leaves in gujarati

rewa chib says:

super colorful n looks good 😋😋

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