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    Penang Curry

    My local Thai Cafe has closed down temporarily, so has anyone got a decent recipe for Penang, I've got a recipe book somebody bought me but it's sh%&.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiLeakHunt View Post
    My local Thai Cafe has closed down temporarily, so has anyone got a decent recipe for Penang, I've got a recipe book somebody bought me but it's sh%&.

    Cheers
    Try this:

    Panang Curry - Thai Panang Curry Recipe

    or this:

    BBC - Food - Recipes : Beef panang curry

    Not sure where you are, but suprisingly, 7-11's carry a decent Panang Curry with steamed rice in frozen form. Not the best that I've ever had, but by no means the worst either. Great standby to have in the freezer for a quick lunch.

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    cheers

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    I've tried the second one it's not great, any better offers ?

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    Find a new cafe

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    Buy a pouch of Penang Curry paste, heat up with coconut milk, meat and veggies of choice.
    And Bob's yer uncle...

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    I know this won't help, but me missus makes a fantastic Penang curry, & I'll be home in a week or so...

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    Try this



    Recipe

    Ingredients

    ¼ cup panang curry paste (see recipe)*
    1.5 tsp sugar
    1-2 tsp fish sauce
    ¾ cup coconut milk
    8 oz thinly sliced pork tenderloin or other protein of your choice
    3 kaffir lime leaves, torn into chunks
    2 kaffir lime leaves, very thinly sliced for garnish
    2 Tbsp coconut milk for garnish**
    Spur chilies or other types of mild red chilies, sliced into rounds for garnish

    *If you are using store bought curry paste, you may need a little less (~3 Tbsp) depending on the brand. You will also need to add 2 tablespoons of ground roasted peanuts to your curry when using store bought curry paste.

    **When you let coconut milk sit, the fatty part usually floats to the top. This thick, fatty coconut milk is great for using as garnish, so don't stir your coconut milk until you have spooned out some! I forgot to do this for the video...sadly.

    Instructions

    Sauté the curry paste in some vegetable oil until aromatic, and deglaze with 1/4 cup of the coconut milk. Note: Traditionally, we sauté the curry paste in rendered coconut oil. See more information about this method in Massaman Curry and Green Curry videos.

    Add the 3 torn kaffir lime leaves and let the mixture cook, stirring constantly, until the coconut milk dries up again.

    Once the coconut milk dries up, add the pork to the pan and toss to coat the pork thoroughly in the curry paste. Add the remaining 1/2 cup of coconut milk, fish sauce, and sugar. Let cook until the pork is done. When the pork is done, remove from heat immediately.

    To serve: pour the curry on to a deep plate or a shallow bowl, spoon the 2 Tbsp of coconut milk over the top for garnish. Top with thinly sliced kaffir lime leaves and spur chili slices. Serve with hot jasmine rice!

    http://hot-thai-kitchen.com/panang-c...8%A1%E0%B8%B9/
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    My Mrs is a Thai Chef proper trained.

    Her/ our blog has step by step.

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    Where are you living? Could you take a cookery course so you can learn how to make all your favorite dishes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neemo
    Buy a pouch of Penang Curry paste, heat up with coconut milk, meat and veggies of choice. And Bob's yer uncle...
    easiest way - you can normally buy home made paste at the local market , or bigger packets from makro

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    hate to admit defeat but started to use shop bought paste

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiLeakHunt
    hate to admit defeat but started to use shop bought paste
    Buy the paste from the market, not the shop - its what the local cafe would do I guess. Also, don't forget the MSG for the authentic taste.

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    Even Tesco sell handmade paste.

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