Thai Food with LoVE..LOvE... for you, my Dearset. Thai Green Curry Chicken (Gang Keaw Warn)

I have no gift to give....

I have no flower to please...

Just this little heart and delicious Thai Green Curry Chicken I plea..

For you to make us free..

Just this honest smiles...

And I know you would be mine...


Just for you...GUTEN APPETIT with my Thai Food....

Send you sweet smile and warm love from Thailand, always..

Ich liebe dich..I LOVE YOU now and forever, my Dearest..





Green Curry Chicken (Gang Keaw Warn)




Green curry paste 1 tablespoons (there are many different brand of curry paste you can find on the market..but the one I use is Maeploy brand or you can make your own curry paste if you can find all the ingredients)

Coconut milk 1 1/2 cups and 1/2 cup water (can coconut milk is very thick...adding a little water will help to smooth it out)

Sliced chicken breasts (your choice of meat...beef,pork or shrimp)

Sweet peas 1 cup (frozen is okay if you cant find the fresh one)

Sliced eggplant (just 1 1/2 eggplant)

Fish sauce 2 tablespoons

Sugar 1 teaspoon

Fresh Thai basil, Kaffir lime leaves, 4-5 orange chilies cut lengthwise

Cooking oil 2 tablespoons

Garlic 2 cloves minced



In a pan heat oil over medium heat.

Fry garlic until brown and put in the curry paste for 1 minute or until smell good

Add chicken, sugar and fish sauce..stir well then add about 1/2 cup of coconut milk

When the chicken is almost done add the rest of the coconut milk and stir till boil

Add sweet peas, eggplants, Kaffir lime leaves and orange chili.

Taste and add if needed.

Stir a few more times, add Thai basil and remove from stove

Serve with rice



Samutprakan, Thailand..





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  • `maridesign` 7y

    What a delicious dish, I do like Thai food very much, even the very hot one you sometimes get.
    We have some Thai friend we have had for.. oh.. very many years living in Bangkok, and like the country,. the food and the people.
    Saw you name in Road Rons photo stream and got curious. :)))
  • Thai Jasmine ( 7y

    Dear Mari,
    I really enjoy to read your very nice words here. It is very nice to know your good memories in Thailand.

    I would say I am so proud of my country where filled full of nice cultures, delicious food and nice smile of Thai people.

    I thought you had touched them when you stayed in Bangkok. Thank you so much for your admiring both my work and Thai food. I also like it very much although it is very hot. Welcome to my stream all the time, Mari.


  • prettypeach 7y

    It looks delicious. Great presentation too!
    Food cooked with love really has a great outcome.
    I have added your pic in Wikiasiantravel with the proper attributions. See your delectable dish and other mouthwatering cuisine in the Gallery.

  • anaivette64 PRO 7y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Grub, comida, food, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    feel free to post all your food pictures, they look amazing!
  • Alisa 7y

    Jasmine, this looks delicious. Because of this beautiful food,I'd like to invite you to join the Foodista Group and share this lovely photo with us
    Please feel free to post all your food pictures, they look amazing!
  • David Clem 7y

    Long Live the King! II by redstripe

    Thanks for the recipe Jasmine.
  • Thai Jasmine ( 7y

    Dear Redstripe,
    Thank you so much for your visit and nice words. You can try to do it as my recipe. It is very delicious :-).. Welcome to my photostream always :-).

  • Yves Salmon PRO 7y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called In The Mood For Food, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • pink hot 7y

    love the food!
  • s.chaiya 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Thailand Travel Online, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    Please also check out My Top 10 Favorite Thai Food
  • Juan You 6y

    I love Thai curries! your green curry looks soooo good, i gotta try to cook your version next time.
  • Kimberly Moore PRO 6y

    gorgeous food and shots! YUM!

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Journey of Food (Post 1/Award 1), and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Thaifoodmaster 6y

    How to Make A Thai Green Chicken Curry

    In this video you will learn how to prepare an authentic Thai green chicken curry. (แกงเขียวหวานไก่ Gaeng khiao Waan Gai)Thai green curry is one of the popular ambassadors of Thai food in overseas restaurants. As such the dish has suffered modifications and abuses. This video demonstrates the authentic method of creating a flavorful curry dish from scratch. You can use a commercial curry paste if you can't find the time or the ingredients to make your own. However, the homemade version will be more fragrant and flavorful.Traditionally curry pastes are being made by pureeing all the ingredients using a pestle and mortar, starting with the hardest ingredient to the softer. The paste should be as fine as possible, eliminating all the textures of the raw ingredients preserving only their flavors. The end product should have a combined, full and rounded aroma.Green curry is also popular with fish dumplings and coconut sprouts instead of chicken, and is often served with white rice, white rice vermicelli noodles and boiled salted duck eggs.

    Watch the video at Youtube
  • Alexandra V 6y

    que asco ,, el fondo es como pastoso y gelatinoso!! wacala
  • anticharisma1 6y

    Yum! Nice food! Please consider adding it to
  • Luzviminda Rivetz 6y

  • Thai Jasmine ( 5y

    Dear All my dear friends,
    Thank you so much for your visits and kind comments. I am so pleased. Welcome to my photostream always.

  • Leelawadee. 5y

    This looks really yummy ka and I really want to eat !!! :)
  • n3cooo 4y

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