Thai Curry

March 14, 2014

The roots of Thai cuisine can be found both in regional tastes and flavors as well as in the influence of cooking styles from nearby cultures. Despite the fact that Thailand is at least partially separated from its neighbors by water, it has never isolated itself from other nations. Indian and Malaysian spices and dishes (such as curries) were brought with travel and trade, and the Thais were quick to add these wonderful flavors to their own unique version of curry. Today there are four main curries in Thai cuisine: Green, Red, Yellow, and Massaman.

Thai curry dishes start with a very intense and fragrant curry paste or sauce, usually made by hand with pestle & mortar. Once the paste/sauce is made, Thai curry is extremely easy to create, simply by adding any variety of meat, seafood, vegetables, or tofu and cooking it in the oven (like a casserole). To easily create your own Thai curry at home, try our freshly made curry sauces. Made authentically by Thai chefs in Thailand, these delicious curry sauces take all the work but none of the joy out of cooking Thai.