A perfect blend of authentic Thai ingredients so you can create a creamy mild green curry in minutes at home.
Hints & Usage Suggestions:
• For a simple green curry heat 1 tablespoon oil in a pan.
• Add 1/3 jar of Gregg's Green Curry Paste, 500g thinly sliced meat or fish.
• Cook for 5 minutes.
• Add 1 sliced carrot, 150g halved green beans, cook 2 minutes.
• Add 1 can (400mls) coconut milk and 2 tablespoons brown sugar.
• Bring to boil, simmer 5 minutes or until meat is cooked, stir occasionally.
• Serve with steamed rice.
• Serves 4.
Always use a clean, dry utensil when removing product from jar.
Refrigerate after opening, at less than 4oC.
This is my favourite go to green curry paste. Designed for NZ palettes it isn't overly spicey and has a lovely depth to the favour. Being in a jar and designed for more than one meal means that you can control the amount of spice that you want. While it recommends 1/3 of a jar I often only use 1/4 as my husband doesn't like too much spice. This makes it go further.
I usually make with chicken and coconut cream but to reduce the fat content of the meal it can also be made with coconut milk, which also intensifies the flavour so you need less.However, it is less creamy and I like that in my green curries. The instructions on the side of the packet are easy to follow and have a home cooked curry in minutes.
This curry paste is good value for money compared with packet ones which only last one meal. I also like that it comes in a glass jar which is easy to reseal and keeps the product fresh in the fridge. It can also be recycled which makes it far more environmentally friendly than most other curry pastes which come in foil packets.
I love a good curry but like them mild not overly spicy and this curry paste is really good for a nice creamy coconut cream curry without too much spice. You use a third of the jar for each curry so you get three meals out of each jar, and just add coconut cream and brown sugar to make the curry sauce.
The taste is so nice it is a nice sweet curry sauce with just a hint of spice meaning the children can eat it too, and if you have a spice lover in the family you can always add extra chilli for them. The coconut cream taste really comes through in the taste so it has a authentic Thai curry taste.
The instructions are so easy to use too and are really clear and you can use a range of different meats with it from chicken, to beef, or lamb and fish. When I am working I can put all the ingredients in the crock pot and leave it cooking all day too which is a bonus.
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