Welcome to how to make the best ever Red Thai Curry Sauce in the soup maker. As you can see I am finding more and more things that you can make easily in your soup maker other than the trusted soup recipes.
This is another of my favourites.
I love a Thai curry. I mean I REALLY like a Thai curry. I love to serve it with chicken and loads of seasonal vegetables. Though, the majority of the time there will be some prawns or some butternut squash included as they are my two favourites. But for every curry that you make you need a base. That amazing sauce that makes that dish complete and has everyone talking about it months after you have eaten it.
This is what you get with this Thai Red Curry Sauce. It gives you heat, it gives you flavour and you can mix it up with some chicken and vegetables along with some rice and you have the perfect meal to enjoy with your family.
When I do mine (thanks to the versatile soup maker) I will have the sauce cooking the soup maker while I am cooking the meat and vegetables on the hob. It must easily wipe 10 minutes off my cooking time and helps everything flow!
- 1Tbsp Garlic Puree
- 1 Medium Onion (peeled and diced)
- 1pt Coconut Milk
- 1Cm Chunk Of Ginger (peeled)
- 3Tbsp Red Curry Paste
- 2 Limes (rind and juice)
- 1Tbsp Lemongrass Paste
- Handful Fresh Coriander
- 2Tsp Coriander Seeds
- 1Tsp Curry Powder
- 2Tsp Turmeric
- 100ml Water
- Place all the ingredients into the soup maker and cook for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes use the blend feature so that your sauce resembles a creamy sauce. If it is not creamy enough drain some of the water and add extra coconut milk.
- Add to your curry!
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