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Fresh Green Thai Chile Peppers

Fresh Green Thai Chile Peppers
Add to cart16 oz Includes Priority Shipping - $16.95 

We just got a shipment of true Thai chilli peppers, with very strong heat, with excellent fresh green stems to indicate that they were just harvested days ago.

Extremely spicy, with the unique flavor that comes with green chillies.

We rarely see green chillies with this intense high-heat flavor.

Shipping immediately a very fresh batch.

See our entire selection of fresh Thai produce here.

We'll ship all fresh produce via expedited 2-3 day Priority to ensure freshness. They freeze ok, for longer storage.

 


 

Thai Green Curry Chicken, 'Gaeng Khiao Wan Gai'

This is a simple and authentic Thai recipe that we enjoy preparing with chicken and just a bit of fresh seasonal greens (in this recipe we used green beans). Our basic recipe a delicious green curry with nice flavors that a Thai purist would enjoy. The dish is also made with Thai eggplant or Tiny eggplant.

You might also be interested in our similar recipe for a red curry (Gaeng phed gai). We also have a slightly more complicated recipe for Green Curry with Fresh Chile, Chicken, Eggplant & Kaffir Lime, Gaeng Khiao Wan Gai.


 

Assorted Thai Table Condiments

In Thailand the first two condiments below (Nam pla prik and Prik dong) are likely be on every household's table together with a separate small dish of plain white sugar and a separate small dish of ground chili powder. Spoonfulls of each are added to suit individual taste. We suggest you make a portion of Nam pla prik and Prik dong and keep in a jar (non refrigerated) for serving as a condiment in this manner. These condiments keep very well.

Prik Si-iew wan, kratiem dong and Khing Ki mao are less common and usually served for particular dishes.

Our Thai Condiment Caddy is a nice way to serve these.


 

Miang Kham

This recipe requires a great deal of preparation time, but it's well worth it--especially if you've eaten a tasty miang kham before and have a craving. There's nothing like it. The blend of coconut, ginger, fresh betel leaves, peanut, lime and chile is a fantastic flavor and one that goes very well with the American palate.

While the easiest way to enjoy miang kham is to have it at your local Thai restaurant, it takes so much effort to make that many restaurants are not likely to offer it. ImportFood.com is a recommended supplier in Saveur Magazine.


 

 

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