Homemade Thai Curry Noodle Bowl

Tired of using the packaged Thai curry paste for your dinner and compromising on your taste? Well, this recipe gives you the detailed guidelines on how to make the classic Thai curry from scratch.

Table of Content

  1. What is Thai Curry?
  2. Authentic Thai Curry Noodle Bowl
  3. How to make Thai Curry Noodle Bowl?
  4. Expert Tips
  5. Recipe Card  


What is Thai Curry?

​​Thai curry is a popular meal in Thai cuisine. It uses curry paste, coconut milk or water, meat, seafood, vegetables or fruit, and herbs. Thai curries mostly differ from Indian curries as the former emphasise the use of herbs and aromatic leaves over a combination of spices.

In central and southern Thailand, long-grain jasmine rice is preferred; sticky rice is preferred in northern and northeastern Thailand, along with noodle dishes such fermented rice noodles or egg noodles. You can also eat some curries with roti- the Thai equivalent of the fried flatbread with Indian influences that originated in Malaysia and is known as roti canai.


Authentic Thai curry Noodle Bowl

Thai curry is a recipe that people all over tend to like and eat a lot. This dish, which is inspired by the Indian curries and made into a Thai dish by using aromatics and root vegetables, is an amalgamation that people will love to eat with rice and noodles. With this easy and descriptive recipe you can make the classic red Thai curry at your home from scratch and show off your cooking skills to friends and family at any dinner party.


How to make Thai Curry Noodle Bowl ?

1. In a spice blender add cumin seeds, coriander seeds, galangal, garlic cloves, lemon grass, basil leaves, green chilli, onions, some salt, roasted red bell peppers, tomato paste, lemon juice and a little water and blend them all into a smooth paste.

Thai Curry Noodles


2. Heat a nonstick casserole, add a little oil into it, and then saute the blended paste in it. Add coconut milk and incorporate. Add some soy sauce, fish sauce, chilli sauce and honey. Stir them all into it.

Thai Curry Noodles

3. Now add your vegetables into the curry, starting with cubed carrot and then pumpkin. After this add some cubed bell peppers and eggplant, with some kaffir lime and basil leaves, and some broccoli florets.

Thai Curry Noodles

4. Add the egg noodles to the casserole with some sliced mushrooms and let them cook till the noodles are fully done.

Thai Curry Noodles

5. Serve the curry hot in a bowl with a bed of noodles topped by a thick curry and vegetables.

Thai Curry Noodles


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      Expert Tips

      1. Make sure to blend the paste to a perfectly smooth texture or it might taste unpleasant.
      2. Hard vegetables are added into the curry first as they take longer to cook.
      3. Leave out a few minutes during each stage of adding the vegetables to let them cook.


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