Panang Curry Paste (Large Packet)
1kg by Nittaya
Our Price: £10.99 (inc. VAT)
Product Code: C043
Postal Weight: 1.09 kg
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Panang curry paste (1 kg) by Nittaya
Panang Curry Paste is another kind of curry that prepared with less coconut milk and more dry. Cooked with choice of meat, but beef is the most flavorful choice. Usually vegetable is not added, except finely chopped daffir lime leaves spinkle on top for garnish as well as flavor.
Ingredients : Chili 22%, Garlic 10%, Spices 15%, Lemonglass 10%, Salt 10%, Shallot 12%, Kaffirlime Peel 5%, Galangal 8% and Shrimp Paste 5%.
This is a large packet.
This curry paste is the most essential ingredient that is needed to create delicious Thai curries at home. Specially prepared and packaged under the respected Nittaya brand, it is both high in quality and ready to use right out of the package. This mixture features strong exotic flavours from Thailand including red chili, Thai spice, shallot, garlic, lemongrass, salt, galangal, kaffir lime peel, and shrimp paste. This 1kg packet is more than enough to make many different dishes of delectable Thai food.
Recipe Ideas: There are several recipes that call for this penang curry paste. The most popular one features beef, mixed with this packet and a variety of other popular Thai foods like coconut milk, fish sauce, and palm sugar. All of these are available on this website, and there could be impressive Thai food for your friends and family available this week. While this is typically made with beef, substitutions can be made with chicken, fish, or pork. Cooking with this mixture can be diversified by using tofu or another vegetable-based substance instead of meat or fish. There really are numerous possibilities with this delicious product, and the Nittaya brand offers many varieties of curry paste, so expanding the diversity of dishes is easy.
So Many Curries: Red, yellow, green, brown. There are so many curries to choose from that it is easy to get confused. This penang curry mixture is very similar to the bold yet sweet flavours of a red curry but with a couple differences. For example, penang curries are usually made with coconut milk cream and fried in coconut milk. In contrast, red curries are not. Generally, the number of spices used to create a penang curry are more complex and diverse than those used to create a red curry paste. Whether deciding to craft a delicious dish using penang or red, those eating it will nevertheless enjoy the unique taste of all the ingredients.
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