Panang Curry is a drier curry using thicker coconut milk. It is usually cooked with chicken, beef, lamb or tofu and served with sliced kaffir lime leaves and chili as additional components to make it even more delicious.
Everything in our Thai for Two Organic Panang Curry cooking kit comply with global standards for organic certified ingredients.
6 EAST STEPS FOR AUTHENTIC PANANG CURRY
- Heat 1 Tbsp vegetable oil in a wok or saucepan over medium heat and fry Organic Panang Curry Paste for 1 minute to release the aroma. Use less paste to make the final dish less spicy.
- Add the Organic Coconut Milk and stir until the oil starts separating on the surface.
- Add 1/4 cup water. Bring to a boil.
- Add Organic Panang Curry Seasoning. Mix well for about 2 minutes.
- Add your desired meat or protein and cook for 3-4 minutes. Add desired vegetables. Stir the mixture for another 2-3 minutes until cooked.
- Add Organic Dried Herbs, and mix well together.
Serve with rice or noodles, and enjoy!
Simple Panang Curry combination suggestions:
- Rotisserie chicken, mushrooms, and red peppers
- Zucchini and carrots over grilled salmon
- Chicken, broccoli, white mushrooms, and red peppers
- Tofu, butternut squash, and spring onions
- Cod, haddock or sea bass, zucchini, bok choy, and carrots
- Pork, water chestnuts, red onions, and red peppers
For the more adventurous palate...
- Thai eggplant is round, green, and found in most Asian markets. Occasionally you will also find Pea Eggplant there too. When cooked, both of these eggplants become softer and absorb the flavor of the sauce.
- Bok Choy and Chinese Broccoli are traditional and nutrient dense vegetable additions to Thai curry, and are available in most supermarkets
The best thing about our Thai for Two cooking kits is you can customize them in countless ways. Use the fresh vegetables found at your local farmers market. Take advantage of the fish special at the deli counter. Use tofu or seitan on meatless Monday. The possibilities are endless, and totally up to you! Did you make a particularly good combination? Post in the comments!