Thursday, 22 August 2013

Red Coconut Curry


My friend Tia very kindly included my blog for Rocky Road recently on her site. She's a cool blogger currently exploring LA in search of new food experiences!

Lots of her recipes took my eye, but one in particular that really captured the rumblings of my tummy was her recipe for Thai Red Coconut Curry!

Not only is it vegetarian, but it's totally delicious and I'll definitely do my utmost to do it justice soon!


But Tia and I have made a deal...
We are going to send each other food packages. And here's where you come in!
What should I send her?
Ginger Beer? Scotch Eggs? Tea? English Chocolate? A Bag of Frazzles? Ribena?
The possibilities are endless! Let me know what you think she should receive, and see updates soon on my YouTube channel!

As for the Coconut Curry:
Serves 4-6
Ingredients:
Mushrooms, A Red Pepper, Broccoli and an Onion
Garlic, Ginger, Basil and Lime,
Red Curry Paste,
Coconut Milk,
Brown Sugar,
Light Soy Sauce,
Cashew Nuts,
...and Rice!

For the full recipe, be sure to head to Tia's Blog below, and be sure to let me know what you think should be sent in the food package!
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Dan
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8 comments:

  1. Aw you're the best! Can't wait to send you a package xx

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  2. Love that curry. Actually, the national British dish is probably curry in some form these days, so maybe curry spices are typically British. When I think of British food it's English mustard, Scottish smoked salmon and black pudding that come to mind first but a couple of those are rather perishable. In fact ginger beer and tea are very good ideas and then there's Plymouth or London gin and west country cider and EV rapeseed oil and some best bitter and brown sauce and Jersey black butter and Kendal mint cake and heather honey and Maldon or Cornish sea salt and .... I'll shut up now.

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    1. Phil, you and I are of the same mindset!
      Nothing quite as british as smoked salmon! But I've definitely put a few ideas together which are as quintessentially British as I could muster!

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