Liam’s Thai Chicken or Fish Curry
I love to make and eat Thai food. It is so fresh and filled with wonderful flavours like ginger, garlic, coriander, lemongrass and loads more.
I have covered most of the Thai recipes we all know from a Thai red curry to a Massaman curry and even Tom Yum Soup which is a personal favourite.
My only thing with some Thai food is it can be expensive and time consuming to make. This is why I created this recipe. I wanted to create a dish you can easily make at home yet still get those authentic Thai flavours into the dish. Time was a big factor too. Most of us don’t have a lot of spare time these days so the dish had to be quick and easy to make. Finally, the ingredients had to be easy to find so someone in rural Ireland with no access to an Asian store could make it with the ingredients you can find in a local Supervalu, Lidl or Aldi which I think just about everyone in Ireland has access to these days.
I am very happy with the final dish. It can be made in about 15 minutes and tastes amazing. I made it at 2 large demos and for some friends a few times and it went down really well.
THE PASTE WILL KEEP IN AN AIRTIGHT JAR IN YOUR FRIDGE FOR 2 WEEKS
You will need – 1 food processor, mortar and pestle or hand blender, 1 wok or medium pot, 1 frying pan, 1 sharp knife, 1 chopping board, 1 pot for rice if having it, 1 strainer or sieve and 1 wooden spoon or similar.