Green Thai curry, medium hot gourmet spice in glass
The green middle: Thai green curry is just right for those who are brave enough for a bit of tingling spiciness, but don't want to overdo it either. With the citrus freshness of the lemongrass and the caramel note of the coconut blossom sugar, the mixture of green jalapeños, spinach powder, coriander, cumin, lemon myrtle, onion, garlic and galangal root becomes an exotic and rather medium-hot taste wonder that gets its final touch from the sea salt.
As the mood takes you: with curry, you can really let off steam in terms of ingredients, according to taste and season. Vegetables such as zucchini, bell peppers, pak choi, broccoli, and also spinach are especially popular in green curry. Small tip: If you mix 3 tsp of our Thai green curry with 3 - 4 tbsp of hot water, you get a great paste and the perfect base for a delicious curry.
Kaeng Khiao Wan or Gaeng Khiao Wan - the green Thai curry is a real classic of Thai cuisine. But where does the green color in the curry dish come from? The question is actually quite easy to answer, because it is due to the predominantly green ingredients. That's why the curry is also sometimes freely translated as "sweet green soup".
- Gewürze (Zitronengras, grüne Jalapeño, Spinatpulver, Koriander, Kreuzkümmel, Lemonmyrte, Zwiebel, Knoblauch, Galgantwurzel), Meersalz, Kokosblütenzucker
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- *May contain traces of cereals containing gluten, mustard and celery For further Informations on Ingredients, Mandatory information according to LMIV, etc
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Nutritional values per 100 g
|Energy||847 kJ / 203 kcal|
|- thereof saturated fatty acids||0,6 g|
|- thereof sugar||11 g|