Red curry is most commonly related to Thai red curry but there are a range of other red curries including Indian versions.
A simple Thai red chicken curry with capsicum It's very delicious, easy to make and perfect for your at-home Thai curry meal.
Cheap, nutritious, and comforting kidney bean curry in a pressure cooker. Fresh capsicum and coriander are stirred in last to give a fresh taste. This recipe uses dry kidney beans so you need to soak them overnight.
This curry is easy to make and hot and spicy. It has a thin gravy and is the right consistency to eat with rice.
Perfect for a cold winters day with that little kick. Slow cooker on in the morning, perfecto when you get home. With pumpkin, leek, lentils, veggie stock and curry.
Why buy a curry paste when you can make your own at home? This is a wonderful full bodied red curry paste ideal for you next curry.
This quick and easy Thai stir-fry uses pork mince, rice noodles, zucchini, spinach and snow peas in a red curry sauce. The pork mince can be replaced with chicken mince if you prefer.
This is a Thai red curry that does not use coconut milk known as 'Phad phet nomai gai ban' it does use a lot of bamboo shoots.
These Thai mussels make a lovely dinner. The red curry sauce goes well with the mussels. Mussels are very easy to cook so this dish is ready in less than 30 mins.
Tried this last night because there was literally nothing else in the pantry and instant family favorite. This is not for the Thai food purist's, just for the time poor
Tofu is a fantastic ingredient in spicy curries because it acts to balance out all the heat. This curry also includes baby corn, broccoli and green beans. Healthy and delicious.