You asked: What does curry taste like in Thai food?

Is there curry in Thai food?

Curry is a broad term used to describe not only all Indian Cuisine as an all-blanketing term but a lot of Thai Cuisine as well. Technically this broad term is sort of right, in that curry is an exotic, sometimes spicy, saucy dish that contains vegetables, sometimes meat, and is served with rice or noodles.

What is the best tasting Thai curry?

Green Curry

Considered to be the spiciest curry in Thailand, it is also sweet thanks to the high amount of coconut milk that is added to the dish. The base is made with fresh, young green chilis which makes green curry hotter than other curries and in our opinion one of the best tasting!

What does curry taste like?

Curry has a unique and floral taste due to the combination of sweet and savory spices. Sweet spices like cinnamon, cardamom, fenugreek, and clove provide brightness and energy to the curry, while savory spices like cumin, turmeric, and bay leaf give it a deep, earthy taste.

Which Thai curries are spicy?

The red curry is also referred to as the “spicy curry.” The fiery dish originates from central Thailand. It draws its color from the excessive amounts of red chilis used, which are crushed with shallots, garlic, blue ginger, and lemongrass. The red curry paste is then mixed with coconut milk to produce a curry sauce.

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Should Thai Curry be runny?

A runny curry means you haven’t cooked it long enough and/or you have used coconut milk with a low percentage of solids. Authentic curries never contain any type of starch (flour). So, buy coconut milk (or cream) with the highest percentage of solids that you can find. Next, use more paste.

Why does Thai curry taste different?

The curry varies from region to region. In Thailand, the red chillies can be hotter than they are in India or vice versa, depending on where the chillies were grown. Hence, the taste of the curry prepared in the subcontinent is a little different from what it tastes in Thailand.