What do you know about Thai Curries?
Thai curry is one of the most popular dish in Thai cuisine which is made of different curry pastes. Interestingly, the Thai curry dishes are mostly named after their colours. Thai curries are normally made from traditional ingredients that can be found in Thailand, including turmeric, hot chilies cumin and many other spices. People who would like to have the unique and genuine taste of the Thai curry dishes, they must visit Thai Square Restaurant, which is reputed as the best Thai restaurant, London.
Types of Thai Curries That are Predominant in the UK
The Green Sweet Curry
Thai Green Curry stands out as the hottest but sweetest curry of all the Thai curries. It is originated from Central Thailand where Eggplants and Green chilies are blended in a green curry sauce for people to enjoy. Some of the chief ingredients that are used in making of the Green Sweet Curry include green chilies, blue ginger, Karachi, garlic and turmeric among many other ingredients that add to the unique and tantalizing flavour to the dish. If you would like to have a bite of it, consider visiting Thai Square Restaurant, one of the best places to eat in London.
The Aromatic Red Curry
Nicknamed as spicy curry, it is also originated from central Thailand. The large amount of red chilies used in making this curry dish is what makes it has the red-coloured appearance. There are other spices like the crushed garlic, shallots, Lemongrass and blue ginger, etc. used as well. The mixture of these spices leads to an aromatic curry that is more delicious and soothing especially when served with other Thai Traditional dishes and drinks to supplement it.
The Special Panang Curry
Panang Curry is a special type of Thai red curry that is originated from Laos, one of the local rural places in Thailand but it is now predominant in the modern cities of Thailand as well as outside Thailand.
It is salty and sweet, with a rich flavour of peanut. Unlike the others, this Thai Curry is made of dried chilies, shrimp paste, coconut milk, lemongrass, blue ginger, peanuts and shallots. The curry paste is added to make it unique and distinct, which cannot be felt in other types of Thai curries. Panang Curry always makes people salivate due to its tantalizing aroma.
An intriguing fact is that some of the prominent Thai curries are in fact influenced by other countries nearby. For example, the Massaman curry, which is considered as the relatively mild Thai curry dish in terms of spiciness, is rumored to be an alteration of a Persian dish. Khao Soi is a Burmese-influenced dish that can be found in Northern Thailand.
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