Thai Green Curry | Jamie Oliver

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This delicious Thai Green Curry is fresh, fragrant and fast – ready to eat in the time it takes to cook rice! Chicken thighs cooked in coconut milk with kaffir lime leaves, garlic, chilli and ginger. Crisp mange tout, delicate mixed oriental mushrooms and fresh coriander finish it dish off perfectly. You won’t bother with take out again.

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Tasty Food OMG says:

🙏 Nice to looking delicious Thai food. Best recipes 📌

Zee says:

What can I use instead of fish sauce to make it vegetarian friendly?

Jonathan Day says:

You forgot 1 tsp of sugar.

Dinal Samarasinghe says:

Who heard Jim Carrey's "I like it a lot?"haha

Sanjay Rao says:

Wow Jamie! So quick! That was fast! Delicious.

เรื่องแมวๆ says:

แกงเขียวบ้านฉันนนนนน?!!!!!!🙄

ศักดิ์สิริ ศิริสัมพันธ์ says:

This isn't "Thai" Green curry. You should not call it curry at all. It just a mushroom soup.

If you ever saw real "Thai green curry" you will see very few vegetables in the pot because it will add water to the curry and remove all smells from the dish.

If you want to eat vegetables with Thai foods, You have to eat it separately, Don't mix it in the pot like that.

Nikit Parmar says:

The chicken and then mushrooms wasn’t even seasoned and he calls himself a chef

Jonathan Day says:

Can you do it with fish?

กำขี้ดีกว่ากำตด says:

i'm thai and this is not thai green curry at all

Charles Collett says:

This recipe was not a great success, even though I followed it very closely. Frying the paste would have released more flavour.

7 ate 9 says:

One cup of rice, enough for 4 people.
Damn! I make 2 cups of rice enough for 1 person and that is me!

oliver weinreich says:

Hmm lecker 😋 Danke Oliver 👍🙏🕉️

Андрій Нагорний says:

I don't even know what half of the ingredients where : /

Thayalan Sundra Rajoo says:

Errr sorry to burst your bubble but this ain't Thai Green Curry, might be your version but the Authentic Thai Green Curry doesn't remotely look like that.

Rashed hasan says:

Hi Jamie. I am a very fan of you. My wife a new youtuber and have a chennel named Cooking & Family Blog By Mithela. If possible pls help her to progress her chennel

AWolf 91 says:

Thai green curry paste contains these ingredients:

All that curry must contain these key ingredients:

Lemongrass, galangal, Thai shallots, garlic and shrimp paste. If vegetarian you can use soy bean or miso paste.

The other ingredients in a green curry include:

Coriander roots, kaffir lime peel, green chillies (Birdseye) white peppercorns and cumin and coriander seeds lightly toasted.

All beaten together in a pestle and mortar.

P S. southern regions of Thailand also use turmeric in their green curry paste.

You’re welcome.

Dream Xzenfire says:

Wow Amazing food

M Abbas says:

Am I the only one who thinks he hasn’t seasoned it enough?

Lurch Amok says:

ahhhhhhhhh omg 0:15 2 cups of water on 1 cup of rice thats a further evidence that european cooks can't cook rice, thats the perfect way to mess it up 🙂 (perfect ratio is 1:1.5 with unrinsed rice or 1:1.25 or a bit more with rinsed rice) volume:volume or gramm:gramm it's the same. f.e take 1 cup of rice, rinse it and take 1 and 1/4 cup of water.

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