Red Curry Paste

Red Curry Paste

Red curry paste is mainly used in Thai cuisine, but also goes well with other Asian dishes. It tastes very spicy. There are different degrees of spiciness, so you should be careful with the dosage. Red curry paste can be used to season meat, poultry or vegetable dishes. Soups can also be seasoned with it. If you close the jar well after opening it, Red Curry Paste will keep for a long time in the refrigerator.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
121 kcal
18 g
4 g
3 g

Recipes with Red Curry Paste

Asian Fish Curry
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Asian turkey skewers with pineapple
Asian turkey skewers with pineapple Asian turkey skewers are prepared with fresh pineapple. Cut turkeys breast into cubes. ...
Asparagus Chicken Curry Soup
Asparagus Chicken Curry Soup is a simple Thai soup refined with coconut milk. Peel fresh asparagus and cut into bite-sized pieces. ...
Chicken legs indian
Chicken legs indian Indian chicken legs become very hot by the red curry paste. The recipe is easy to prepare as the seasoned chicken legs should be left in the refrigerator for about 1 hour. ...
Curry
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Curry Mie Noodle Soup
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Curry sausage with crab chips
Curry sausage with crab chips are prepared with an Asian sauce. For this, peel onions, garlic and ginger and cut into fine cubes. ...
Duck breast fillet with curry rice
Duck breast fillet with curry rice is served with a creamy coconut sauce. Put the rice in a saucepan. ...
Ducks Curry
Ducks Curry Duck curry is a Thai dish, which is usually prepared very spicy. I've reduced the amount of spices a little. ...

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