Delicious Vegan Thai Green Curry Recipe – Part 2 – Cooking Instructions

So quick to cook once prepared! Xx

Thai green curry!

For the green curry paste

2 stalks fresh lemongrass chop
4 spring onions chopped
2 green chilies
2 cloves garlic
1 inch fresh ginger
Large handful fresh coriander/cilantro
6 Kaffer lime leaves
3 tablespoons coconut oil

The veg I used:
1 bunch of chopped asparagus
12 okra chopped
1 red pepper sliced
1 orange pepper sliced
1 red chilli
3 tablespoons coconut oil
1x 400 ml/14 oz can coconut milk
1 lime

Other veg which would be great…
broccoli, green beans, French beans, dwarf beans, spinach, cauliflower, sprouts, leeks or anything that takes your fancy. Cook until your veg are al dente/crisp and chop to size so all veg is ready at the same time. If you choose something that takes a while to cook pre-steam slightly prior to adding.

For the Paste
Put all the ingredients in a blender, (preserving some of the coriander/cilantro for garnish and to sprinkle on the top) and blend together until it makes a paste. The more fine you chop the very coarse ingredients, like lemongrass and ginger, the quicker it will blend to a paste.

Cooking instructions:

1. Heat the oil a wok or a large frying pan.
2. Add the chopped asparagus and okra with a green paste.
3. Cook for 1 to 2 minutes
4. Add the peppers and chilli and cook for a further 1 to 2 minutes
5. Add the coconut milk and bring to the boil!

The vegetable should be cooked, if not simmer until they are.

If you are using a vegan meat replacement product add it after the coconut milk, bring it to the boil and simmer until that product is cooked.

Serve with rice or cauliflower rice, squeeze lime juice on the top and sprinkle with rough chopped coriander/cilantro

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  • I will be making this, this week! I’m so excited to try it! My hubby and I have been plant based for well over a year and we like trying new foods. It really isn’t nearly as boring or hard as some people think and my husband was a TRUE ‘meat and potatoes’ kinda guy! His A1C dropped from 7.5 to 6 in less than 6 months and I’ve lost 90 lbs!!! Don’t give up! Anything worth doing is NEVER easy!!!! If anyone ever needs any advice or help that I can assist with, just say the word!
    OH! SU!!! PLEASE READ! You remind me of myself with the waste nothing mind set. Save the veggie pieces that the pigs won’t eat (asparagus ends, onion skins, garlic skins, etc) and throw them into a plastic bag in the freezer. When you get about three liters of vegetable scraps, take them out, add water and make veggie stock! I haven’t bought veggie stock in a year! 😁
    Thank you for what you are doing to help others. You are amazing! 😊

  • I’m going to have a go at this definitely x

  • I have heard of photo bombing but video bomb? LOL Wink came in at the end! Ok recipe looks great! I will have to change up some veggies if I get the hubby to eat it but looks so yummy I could almost smell it, LOL Thanks for another recipe! 😘💞😘💞😘🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  • Interesting…will have to see if I can find any of those ingredients. Time for me search out my wok. I like watching you cook. Funny, I caught myself bending down to try to see beyond the camera lens.

  • Can’t wait to try this! I love Currie!