Recipe: Thai Curry

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24 Mar Recipe: Thai Curry

Ingredients for Thai Curry - TheMessyBaker.com

Today I’m on CTV News at Noon. It’s my 7th appearance and I’ve decided it’s time I actually cooked something. Oh, I’ve diced apples, sliced peaches, mixed salad dressing, stuffed peppers, roasted an array of vegetables and even pulverized chickpeas in the name of hummus, but I’ve never actually cooked anything. So today, I’m making Thai Curry. Live. Can’t you just feel the tension?

I can’t tell you more than that since my host, Kyle, will be making decisions as we go. Will he pick red curry paste or green? Chicken or beef? And just which vegetable will he toss into the mix? Tune in to find out.

For those who can’t catch the show, I’ll post a link to the clip later. In the meantime, here’s the basic recipe we’ll be making. It’s quick, easy and should be ready to eat by the time you’ve cooked the rice.

Got a favourite Thai dish? Or questions about Thai cuisine? Drop by the comments section. It’s always open. In the meantime, here’s the basic recipe we’ll be using.

Photo © DeathbyBokeh. Published under a Creative Commons License.

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  • Lana
    Posted at 06:53h, 27 March Reply

    I don’t know how on Earth I have not discovered your blog earlier. I have been reading food blogs only for six or seven years:) But I found you via Daniel Koontz and I’ll have to thank him personally for the introduction.
    Now I’ll have to go back and read the whole blog from the first post, which will give me hours of pleasure, without a doubt:)

    • Charmian Christie
      Posted at 22:11h, 27 March Reply

      Lana, you made my evening. Thanks so much for your kind words. Daniel’s a great supporter. Love his blog, too.

      Hope you enjoy the read.

      I popped by your mushroom post. Thought you might like to know my cousin once had a red Lada named Vlad. I think we’ll get a long just fine :-)

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