Top Rated Green Curry Recipes

Lobster in a Paper Bag with Green Curry
This dish comes from our travels in Southeast Asia. Using a really fresh green curry and hints of lime and coconut with Maine’s fresh shellfish was a no-brainer for us. Heating the ingredients in paper is a gentle way to cook, and you can make it ahead of time and then bake them at the last minute. For a dramatic effect at a dinner party, open the paper bags at the table, serving the sauce on the side. Your guests will gasp when the steam is released, bringing the aroma of lobster and spices to the room. Click here to see The Ultimate Lobster Bible. 
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Thai Green Curry with Chicken
While I was in Thailand, I took a day-long cooking class in Ao Nang. The instructor began by introducing common Thai ingredients like lemongrass, tender garlic, tiny balls of eggplants, galangal, kaffir lime, and kaffir lime leaves, basil, fish sauce, chile peppers, palm sugar, coconut milk, etc.  Thai cooking may seem complex at first with the variety of ingredients used; however, once she explained that Thai cooking is a balance of flavors between salty, spicy, sweet, and acidic, it all made sense — all of these ingredients have their place. One ingredient that I had no familiarity with was galangal, which is in the same family as ginger but has a smoother, more delicate skin. Galangal is tempered ginger with a mild citrus, cedar-like aroma and flavor without the pepper and heat that ginger possesses. Our instructor reiterated a couple of times not to replace galangal with ginger because it will overpower the other flavors in a dish. Kaffir lime leaves were an instant favorite of mine, they brighten curries with an intensely aromatic, fresh lime. (Most Asian groceries carry these ingredients.)   We learned how to make how to make curry pastes from scratch, pulverizing ingredients with a mortar and pestle. While nothing beats a homemade curry, sometimes convenience wins. There are some fine ready-made Thai curry pastes in most groceries. The most common are red and green curries. My personal favorite is the green, which is sweeter, is easier to control the heat and pairs well with coconut milk. I like the Thai Kitchen brand for its high quality of flavor and ingredients and because it's certified gluten-free. Green curry is a quick stir-fry dish and usually better homemade than take out. Chicken goes really well with green curry, but can be swapped out with shrimp. The fish sauce takes the place of salt and chile paste allows you to control the heat.
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pork belly petits pois
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Chef Qui's recipe this month shows us that chocolate does not have to just be eaten for dessert. This Green Curry Mole Chicken dish shows how chocolate can be used in a unique and delicious way. 
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A quick and tasty Thai curry that takes only 15 minutes to create and costs you only 177 calories. 
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Salmon with Green Curry Sauce
This salmon recipe is adapted from one of my favorite dishes to make, Thai Green Curry Chicken. It's a great, easy dinner-for-two weeknight option. Click here to see The New and Improved Farm-Raised Salmon story.
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This dish always seems to get a "wow" when we serve it. It also takes less than 15 minutes to make, thanks to jarred Thai green curry paste, which is one of our pantry staples. Yes, fresh curry paste is superior, but we can’t always find lemongrass, Thai ginger, Kaffir lime, and bird’s eye chiles, and grinding them is a whole ‘nother story. Recommended brands include Mae Ploy and Maesri. Feel free to substitute different vegetables, such as thinly sliced carrots, sugar snaps, or frozen peas, in place of the green beans. Click here to see 5 Recipes That Are Keepers Click here for the 10 Seafood Recipes You Can Make in Less Than 15 Minutes 
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Green Chicken Curry
"In this quick and easy recipe that never fails, the chicken stays moist and tender. Serve over jasmine rice for a satisfying meal."-lausThis recipe is courtesy of laus via AllRecipes.com.
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lynnski / LA
This is called green curry because of its color; however, some of its seasonings such as cayenne pepper, hot paprika, black pepper and green chilis can make it red-hot. It's a delicious curry, but one needs to consider how much heat you want and adjust the hot ingredient amounts accordingly. this recipe was adapted from the "vegetarian epicure, book two" by Anna Thomas.
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Cyber Kitchen
Vegetable- Green Curry
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ph8068
Easy Thai Green Curry
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Silv0440
Fantastic tasting easy Green Curry.
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