Thai Prik King

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£ 2.85

Prik King is a type of Thai Stir-Fry curry that is usually drier than other curries. It is fried in oil and does not contain the usual coconut milk."Prik" means chili pepper and "King" means ginger in Thai, so this is spicy curry paste, although King is used only to signify the heat strength to be about that of ginger only as this dish strangely does not contain ginger in its ingredients 


 

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Prik King

Simple Recipe

Stir-fry 2 tbsp. of oil together with 100g of paste in a saucepan for 1 minute. Add 500g of chicken and cook until browned. Add runner beans and cook until softened. Season with fish sauce and serve with rice. 

 

What's in your WannaCurry?

- A curry spice pack with enough for 6 portions of your selected curry

- Palm Sugar to add that extra flavour at the end of cooking

- All presented in our rustic drawstring hessian bag

 

Feeling inspired? Personalise your Thai curries with these handy steps:

 
 - Adjust your heat level by choosing how many dried chillies to add.
 - Add a few Kaffir lime leaves for a zestier flavour.
 - Add a teaspoon of palm sugar to finish with a touch of asweetness and a more balanced taste.
 - Add finely chopped coriander to dress the curry before serving.
 - Cook the dish for longer to seperate the oils for an authentic look.

Prik King Shopping List

 

Serves 4 people

 

 - 500g chicken (or your own choice of meat)

 - 400g runner beans

 - 1 tbsp. palm sugar

 - Thai fish sauce

 

Kaffir Lime Leaves and Palm Sugar can be bought separately on our Bits & Bobs page.

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Thai Prik King

Thai Prik King

Prik King is a type of Thai Stir-Fry curry that is usually drier than other curries. It is fried in oil and does not contain the usual coconut milk."Prik" means chili pepper and "King" means ginger in Thai, so this is spicy curry paste, although King is used only to signify the heat strength to be about that of ginger only as this dish strangely does not contain ginger in its ingredients 

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