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This is a wonderful vegetarian and mild thai curry from the south region of the country. If wanted , you can serve a bowl of whole grain rice along the curry and serve a boiled or fried egg for extra protein.
A serving of 100 gram curry will contain around 312,5 kcal.
The fresh herbs add extra vitamins and minerals and give great taste to this dish!
Very easy to make!
-4 shallots (finley cut or in half moon shape)
-100 gr cashew nuts (quicly baked in oven or in a skillet until light brown)
-1 or 2 tea spoon(s) red thai curry paste
-400 gr potatoes
-1 stem lemon grass (finley cut in rings)
-1 can tomato cubes
-6 dl boiling water
-200 gr corn from a can
-4 stems of celery
-2 lime leaves
-1 spoon light soy sauce
-1 tea spoon thai fish sauce (nam pla)
– spring onions and fresh herbs (like koriander leaves)
-Heat some oil in a (heavy) pan,add cashews and red curry paste heat and stir for 1 minute and add potatoes,tomatoes,lemon grass and the boiling water.
-Bring to a boil, lower the heat and let it cook for 15-20 minutes,until the potaoes are done.
-Add corn,cellery,lime leaves,soy sauce,fish sauce in the pan and let it cook for 5 more minutes (no longer)
-Serve on a plate or in a bowl with the spring onion, fresh herbs (and rice and egg if wanted)