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Thai Culture and Culinary Expertise


Thai curry isn't just a dish; it's an experience that captures the essence of Thai culture and culinary expertise. Each type of curry is a unique blend of herbs, spices, and traditions that makes it a world of its own. Let's uncover the mysteries behind each vibrant variation.


Green Curry (Kaeng Khiao Wan) Made with fresh green chilies, basil, and coriander, the Green Curry is a perfect blend of sweet, spicy, and creamy. Often cooked with chicken or tofu, it's an evergreen favorite at Thai Orchid Shepparton.


Red Curry (Kaeng Phet) A harmony of red chilies, garlic, and galangal, Red Curry is a versatile delight. It can be made with a range of proteins and is the go-to curry for those who love a balanced heat.


Yellow Curry (Kaeng Kari) A lighter option, Yellow Curry is infused with turmeric and cumin, giving it that characteristic sunny hue. Mildly spicy and wonderfully aromatic, it's a warm hug in a bowl.


Massaman Curry A fusion of Thai and Persian flavors, Massaman Curry features a nutty, spicy, and slightly sweet profile. A generous inclusion of potatoes and peanuts makes it a hearty meal.


Panang Curry A close cousin of Red Curry, Panang is richer and creamier, often featuring coconut cream and ground peanuts. A sprinkle of lime leaves adds that exotic touch.


Jungle Curry (Kaeng Pa) A no-coconut curry that's as wild as its name! Jungle Curry is a spicy and watery curry, loaded with fresh vegetables and your choice of protein.


Curious to taste the spectacle of Thai curries? Why not indulge in a takeaway from Thai Orchid Shepparton and journey through these culinary marvels from the comfort of your home!


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