Friday 4 January 2013

Gluten Free Thai Green Curry

gluten free thai green curry
Thai Green Curry With King Prawns
This is such a ridiculously easy meal to make and so long as you've already made your curry paste and deveined your prawns it takes about 10 minutes from start to finish.

All you need is a wok, a cooking spoon and a container to put the rice noodles into to hydrate them. So easy!

To serve 2 as a hearty main.


12 Raw King Prawns
1 Portion of Free From G Thai Green Curry Paste (around 80g)
1 Tablespoon Pure Coconut Oil
400g Coconut Milk
1 Teaspoon Sugar
4 Tablespoons of Fish Sauce (Squid Brand)
200g Rice Noodles

raw prawns
Clean And Ready To Be Cooked
rice noodles
Made From Rice Flour and Water
  • Put the rice noodles into a large container and cover with boiling water
rice noodles soaking in water
Soak for 5 - 10 Minutes
  • Heat the coconut oil on high
  • Add the Thai green curry paste
thai green curry paste in oil
So Full Of Flavour
  • Stir until the paste is thoroughly hot through
coconut milk
Personal Preference
  • Add the coconut milk to the wok and stir, lower the heat to medium
thai green curry sauce
Thai Green Curry Sauce
  • Add the fish sauce and sugar and stir in
  • Strain the rice noodles
hydrated rice noodles
Lovely Texture
  • Add the king prawns to the sauce
prawns in thai green curry
Nearly There
  • Add the strained rice noodles to the sauce
rice noodles in thai green curry
Not Long Now
  • Stir so that all the rice noodles are covered in the sauce
thai green curry in wok
Ready To Plate
  • Cook the prawns for 1.5 minutes on each side
  • Serve!
plated thai green curry
Thai Green Curry With King Prawns
A simple but delicious gluten free Thai Green Curry cooked in one pot. You could of course use diced chicken breast instead of the prawns, you would just need to increase the cooking time.

Easy pease!

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