Thai sainsbury base recipes

Inside the vegan shopping bag

Inside the vegan shopping bag

Great for a Green Thai Curry. This week I shopped at Aldi and Sainsbury's for a few items for over the week
Foodie Parcels in the Post - August 2015

Foodie Parcels in the Post - August 2015

Thai Sweet Chilli, Lemongrass & Coriander and Crispy Bacon & Maple Syrup Seasoning. Available online, from the deli counters in good farm shops, and Sainsbury's, Waitrose & Morrison's stores
Easy Pesto Tomato Tart

Easy Pesto Tomato Tart

Sourced from plantations in Thailand, Amoy Coconut Milk is made from ripe, fresh coconuts. They are fabulous spread over chicken or fish and grilled, whipped into salad dressings (try it with potato or pasta salads) and fabulous on pizzas, and as you can see here today, they make an excellent base for a deliciously light and simple supper tart
thai-style tuna fishcakes

thai-style tuna fishcakes

Add the dried breadcrumbs, Sainsbury’s Fragrant ThaiBase, lime juice and chilli sauce. Thai-style tuna fishcakesThese little fish cakes explode with the flavours of south east Asia – garlic, galangal, chilli, lime and lemongrass
Pasta with creamy coconut chicken curry sauce - Recipe

Pasta with creamy coconut chicken curry sauce - Recipe

We bought 4 pizza bases and for the topping I used, squash, paprika, mushrooms, tomatoes, chicken and onions. 2 tea spoons thai red curry paste (Sainsbury's). 3- Add the coconut milk and thai red curry paste and let it simmer for 15-20 minutes until the curry sauce has reduced a little to a creamy and thick consistence
Pasta with creamy coconut chicken curry sauce - Recipe

Pasta with creamy coconut chicken curry sauce - Recipe

We bought 4 pizza bases and for the topping I used, squash, paprika, mushrooms, tomatoes, chicken and onions. 500 g pasta of choice (I used twist pasta)3 chicken breasts, diced 2 table spoons vegetable oil1/2 squash,diced1 red bell pepper, diced3 small scallions (any onion can be used instead), chopped1/4 cup of sweet corn1 can of coconut milk, 400 ml1 table spoon curry powder2 tea spoons thai red curry paste (Sainsbury's)Process. 3- Add the coconut milk and thai red curry paste and let it simmer for 15-20 minutes until the curry sauce has reduced a little to a creamy and thick consistence