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 What is Thai curry paste?

Answer A staple in Thai cuisine, Thai curry paste is believed to have originated at least 3,000 years ago. The word curry likely comes from the Tamil word kari, meaning spiced sauce. Different varieties b... Read More »
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Can I use Indian curry powder/paste in a Thai recipe?

Yes you can,but the paste is better than the powder in my opinion.I usually use Pataks.The recipe will have your own[secret] flair.
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Which Thai curry paste brand is not too spicy?

Try adding some coconut milk (not coconut water) to it as this will reduce the spiciness. Either that or mix the curry paste with some plain yoghurt before you use it. You can always then add some ... Read More »
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Is curry paste made from dry curry?

Curry paste consists of moist ingredients such as shallots, garlic, shrimp paste and lemon grass, along with other spices. It is not made from dry curry, which consists mostly of curry powder and i... Read More »
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What is in curry paste?

Curry paste is a form of curry powder sold in a paste form that is used to make Indian dishes. Indian curry is traditionally a yellow mixture of spices that contains turmeric, cumin, coriander and ... Read More »
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