Our famous Vegan Thai Green Curry – a Casa Tarsan favourite! Your Tarsanic team has a big love for Thailand and its delicious cuisine. From all the rich flavoured dishes the green curry is our personal favourite. Therefor we love to share our recipe of authentic tasting vegan Thai curry. Also you can join our Vegan Thai Cooking course. Let’s bring the exotic flavours into your home!
♡ Ingredients Vegan Thai Green Curry
- ½ liter coconut milk
- 1-2 tablespoon green curry paste (depending on how hot you like it!)
- 1-3 teaspoons coconut sugar
- Juice of ½ lemon
- 1 or 2 lime leaves
- A hand of (sweet) basil
All sorts of vegetables go well with this green curry. From carrots to broccoli, cauliflower, pumpkin, zucchini, green beans, bell pepper and chilli pepper to sweet potatoes and baby corn. Just pick the vegetables you like. We use about 6 different vegetables for our green curry. If you want to impress your guests add some Thai baby eggplant (makhua phuang) to your curry.
We try to be conscious about using vegetables that are local and in season. That’s not just more sustainable, but these veggies are also more flavourful and nutrient-dense.
♡ How to create the magic
First of all, if you have a rice cooker you can start by preparing the rice. Simply put all the ingredients for the rice in the pot and let the rice cooker do its job. If you don’t have a rice cooker you do the same thing, but you have to check the rice regularly. Usually the rice needs about 20 minutes. This gives you enough time to prepare the curry.
Secondly you can start making the curry by taking a big wok and heat up half of the coconut milk. Stir and wait until the milk starts to sizzle. Add the paste. Stir and add the other half of the coconut milk. Follow by adding the sugar, lemon and the lime leaves. Keep stirring for about 5 minutes until the curry is boiling. Taste if the mix has the right balance of sweet, sour and salt. You can play with the amount of curry paste, lemon and sugar. Add the vegetables (hard vegetables such as carrots first followed by softer ones like bell pepper and zucchini). Finish by adding the (sweet) basil. Let it simmer for 5 more minutes and you’re ready to go when the vegetables are al dente!
♡ Vegan Thai Cooking Workshop
Want to learn everything about the Thai Vegan cuisine? Join our Vegan Thai cooking course where you learn your favourite dishes and special skills from our chef.
♡ Share the love!
We hope you enjoy your Vegan Thai Green Curry. And love to see your creations. Tag us in your Instagram and Facebook pictures with #casatarsan. And share the recipe with all your friends and family. Together we inspire the world how tasty the vegan cuisine is!