Punching up home-cooked Thai food is pretty simple. You may not be quite ready to make your own curry, but using that store bought one isn’t the end of the world, it just may need some help from your pantry. Add in a few ingredients like chili, garlic, chives as well as some lemongrass. Depending on your neighborhood, the last may be tough to come by, but adding in those fresh ingredients will brighten up that curry and give you that more authentic taste you’re looking for.
- Thai red curry paste is something that you can start many meals with.
- If simmered with a little coconut milk, this spicy sauce can be used for many different foods.
- You will need to use a blender after you are done the chopping.
“Thai red curry paste is the condiment that’s started a thousand meals in my kitchen.”
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