Thai Green Curry Recipe แกงเขียวหวาน – Hot Thai Kitchen

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A tutorial of this classic and famous Thai curry! This recipe is made with chicken, but you can also use pork, shrimp, beef, tofu, or any kind of protein you like! Arguably one of the most popular dishes in Thai restaurants both overseas and in Thailand. Served over jasmine rice or with rice noodles, this dish is spicy, creamy, and aromatic with Thai basil, few dishes are better! And it’s really easy!

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Pailin “Pai” Chongchitnant is the author of the Hot Thai Kitchen cookbook, co-host of a Canadian TV series One World Kitchen on Gusto TV, and creator and host of the YouTube channel Pailin’s Kitchen.

Pai was born and raised in southern Thailand where she spent much of her “playtime” in the kitchen. She traveled to Canada to study Nutritional Sciences at the University of British Columbia, and was later trained as a chef at Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in San Francisco.

After working in both Western and Thai professional kitchens, she decided that her passion really lies in educating and empowering others to cook at home via YouTube videos, her cookbook, and cooking classes. She currently lives in Vancouver, and goes to Thailand every year to visit her family. Visit her at


Joseph Flynn says:

Spooky chick.

Joseph Flynn says:

Shrek? Really? OMG

Joseph Flynn says:

Over 1 million views? Why? She's unorganized, air headed and tells bad jokes.

Michele Ramia says:

She is really good! Love, Chef Michele….I’m still trying to discover how to make evil jungle prince chicken…???? I’m missing a step…😢

Crystal Wong says:

I followed all the steps but the curry curdled in the end… why?

vee luangsrinhotha says:

I just made this for my family today and we killed it! Thank you so much for sharing!

pilotpbk says:

Hi Pai, just wonder the thai basil is it holy or sweet basil? or is it a different kind?

TheSodafire says:
Here! homemade fishball green curry in 3 minutes, Please find 🙂

Banana Splitz says:

Nice tips! Thank you 🙂

larry s says:

And she beautiful too!!

Leonni Moura says:

Hi Pailin! I just love your channel! Do you have a suggestion for a vegetarian green curry?

Aerobie Pro Dog says:

I butchered the Thai Green Curry Paste recipe from your previous video to make this as follows:

1. Instead of gangbang – I added ginger
2. I chucked in a whole plant of bog standard basil (minus the pot and soil of course)
3. I grated a lime for the rind – then juiced it and added that to the mix (less wastage);
4. I blended some watercress into the recipe for the paste;
5. I also blended 10 green chilli peppers (not hot) and;
6. Two long hot green chillies
7. I never bothered with shrimp paste, was tempted to add some tamarind but didn't.
8. I used black peppercorns as I didn't have white
9. I didn't add any lemon grass as I had none

For the actual recipe:
10. I didn't add sugar as I had none
11. I couldn't find my fish sauce so didn't bother
12. I used egg plant rather than bamboo shoots.

I tried a little piece of chicken and the sauce…. AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!

Aitsaraphan Sa says:

I came from ayutthaya and in our recept We use finger root inside green curry and it give more taste, I recommend you to try pai!!

Elizabeth Shaw says:

I have been put off green Thai curry! The first one I had was made by a woman who was from Thailand and it was like a bowl of green soup like mint green with a couple of red bell pepper slices strips really a couple pieces of chicken and a real weird flavor! I have never tried it again and I have a very adventurous palate!

Jesse Lejarzar says:

I love your accent such a great personality, happy place, so entertaining

Anita Beauty says:

Hi you are awesome 👏 iam big fan of Thai food and always wanted to learn and iam very pleased to found you.

Bybrum Lemana says:

Hi Pai, my wife (and resident cook) went for a vacation with the kids and I have to cook for myself. I can easily by cooked food but I doubt what goes into it. Thankfully, I discovered your channel and I am having fun watching and learning how to cook. I am a good eater but a real bad cook but with youtube channel like yours, I guess I can learn how to cook, even if it's a bit a late. You know, just for emergency purposes in times like these.

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