Chicken Green Curry is in Thai called "sweet green curry", but it is not a sweet dish. It has a base of coconut milk and chili, giving it a fantastic authentic taste. Our dish is rounded with fresh Thai basil, which completes the perfect taste of Green Curry.
IT´S THAT EASY TO DO
Everything you need to finish the dish is an ordinary pot, a spoon, scissors, a little water and a hob.
READY TO COOK
You have to do a little yourself; we've just made it ready for you. The vegetables are cut and blanched, the sauce is made and the meat is pre-cooked and seasoned. You can decide if the dish should have a stronger taste of chili.
LESS THAN 10 MIN.
Take the food out of the freezer, follow the steps above and you will have a perfect Thai dish in under 10 minutes.
ON THE SIDE
If you want a side of rice, you can begin by cooking it. When the rice is on the stovetop, you can start the preparation of Sansee Thai Food. Side dishes are not included.
TIME IN MIN.
Boil 30 ml of water in a regular pot
Add the sauce when the water boils
Add the chicken when the sauce boils
Add the vegetables and boil them for approx. 1 - 2 min
The dish is done
Times may vary depending on cooking equipment
There is very little cleaning and cleanup after cooking the food.
There is no food waste.
During cooking, you will sense a wonderful scent of Thailand.
In Thailand, Green Curry is usually served with plain white Jasmine rice. Alternatively, the dish may be served with brown rice.
Optionally, add double the amount of water during cooking and the dish can thus be served as a soup with wholemeal bread.
Chicken Green Curry is gluten
free and has a low lactose
content (0.24 g / 100 g)
Contains no E-numbers, such as additives or preservatives and no GMO ingredients.
The dish is prepared with a mild chili strength, but by adding the supplied chili powder the dish will be medium hot.
WITHOUT EXTRA CHILI
WITH EXTRA CHILI
Min - 18 C in the freezer.
Per serving 100 g RI*
- Saturated fat
479 kj / 114 kcal
* RI - Reference Intake for the average adult (8.400 kj / 2.000 kcal)
Click on the arrow and hear how they pronounce Chicken Green Curry in Thailand.
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