Monday, July 4, 2016

Thai Green Crab Curry


Each and every time I travel lust to Thailand, I make sure I return home, no, no, none of those Thai street stuffs, I actually return home by packing my mind with Thai cooking tips. Basically, I go all out by food venturing in Thailand. Don't forget the best food in Thailand can also be their street food (Tam Tim Krob/Red Rubbies, Spaghetti Tom Yam, Thai Eggplant, Thai SeabassThai Fried Chicken, Thai Laksa, Thai Massaman Curry & Thai Green Vegetable Curry). In fact, I feel as though I have food conquered Thailand at the back and in front of hands. I , trust me, I have sincerely been out there, I think I have pretty much covered the whole of Thailand. Of course, some of my travel ventures are not documented in this precious space of mine, those were before I even started Nava K and for the last five years or so, I did return to other parts of Thailand (Bangkok, Phuket & Chiang Mai). Thai food is definitely my kind of food (Tom Yum Soup Vegetarian, Thai Papaya Salad, Thai Prawn Spaghetti, Thai Carrot Soup, Thai Noodle Soup, Thai Steamed Fish & Thai Mee Hoon Salad). Speak about their big, bold and power mouth punching tastes please. Oh-so-yum. Literally anything and literally anywhere. Honestly, I have tucked into various array of Thai dishes, so much so I can consider myself as a self-made pro Thai home chef. Today, lemme roll out another. Thai Green Crab Curry (Thai Green Fish Curry & Thai Chicken Green Curry). Obviously, Green is the food theme, made with self-made Thai green curry paste and elevated for flavours and aroma alongside the must have Thai ingredients. Don't you agree this Thai Green Crab Curry is super mouthwatering? (Indian Crab Curry & Indian Crab Soup). 


Ingredients
For the crab
5 crabs - clean and cut into two
1/2 tbsp corn flour
1/2 tbsp rice flour
1 tsp turmeric powder
Salt to taste

For the curry paste
2 sprigs spring onion
6 green chillies
5 garlic
1/2 inch ginger
6 shallots
2 sprigs coriander leaves (with the stalks)
1/2 tbsp coriander powder
**blend/pulse these ingredients with some water for a thick paste

Other ingredients
1 tbsp fish sauce
One piece palm sugar (or as needed)
Lime juice (as needed)
Some basil leaves
Salt ( use sparingly as fish sauce is salty)
Enough oil

Method
Mix crab with the ingredients listed above.
Heat enough oil and fry crab till light brown in colour.
Remove and keep aside.
Leave about 5 to 6 tbsp of oil in the same pan/wok.
Add curry paste.
Fry and cook till aromatic and oil splits.
Season with salt, fish sauce, palm sugar and lime juice.
Pour 1/4 cup of water.
Stir and add crabs.
Stir all together, off the heat and combine in the basil leaves.




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17 comments:

  1. I never cooked crab at home..looks tempting

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  2. I love it this way with lots of spices... Aromatic....

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  3. Never eaten crab in my life but this curry looks super yummy

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  4. Though I do not eat crab but the presentation is calling me...

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  5. I have tried thai chicken curry, this one is new for me.

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  6. Mouthwatering! I miss good seafood.

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  7. It's looks super yummy...feel like grabbing it now...so flavourful and yumm

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  8. thanks for the recipe...hows travel ...where are you now

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  9. I'm honestly not a big fan of curry and crab. But I might try this one day. :)

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  10. Irresistible crab....! beautiful pic... esp the first one... :)

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  11. So true become more adaptable complain less and understand how good our own country is. How I wish people all around this world thought like that. Anyway that crab looks finger licking good.

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  12. I love crabs & pairing with green curry is just brilliant, dear! xoxo

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  13. We crab in a different way. Will try this recipe next time.

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  14. I always love to come here and check out the amazing dishes!! :)

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  15. Crabs r not my fav sea food bt the dish looks tempting.. Thanks fr the recipe

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