Cooking and eating review of Loi Thai Panneh Curry, purchased at KALDI Coffee Farm. This Thai curry is based on red curry paste, with coriander seeds and cumin, and mung beans for thickening and sweetness.
Loi Thai Phaneng CurryPanem Curry originated in central Thailand (Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Sukhothai, etc.) and used to be served as court food in the old days. Based on red curry paste, coriander seeds and cumin are added, and mung beans are used to thicken and sweeten the dish. Purchase price is 198 yen (tax included).
To cook, simply transfer one box of this product to a pot, heat it up without boiling, and add your favorite meat, seafood, or vegetables. It is recommended that the ingredients be stir-fried in advance. In this case, shrimp, pork, and onions were used.
How does Loi Thai Panain Curry taste?
Pananeh Curry is a bright brown color with a red curry paste base. The flavor is a mixture of firm spicy hotness and creamy mildness. It is richly tailored with a hint of sweetness, making it a perfect match with rice.
Compared to other Thai curries such as green curry, it is a little thicker and more satisfying. Recommended for those who like spicy curry.