3 Ingredient Thai Curry (EASY KETO CURRY)

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Today we’re making a Keto curry! But curry is such a broad food because there are like a thousand if not million (maybe I’m being dramatic) different kind of curries. Today we’re taking on the super popular THAI CURRY and we’re making a 3 Ingredient Thai curry. It’s simple, easy and delicious. It’s perfect for people looking for a dairy free option as well.

The flavours of the red curry with coconut milk and meat of your choice work in perfect harmony.

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  1. So I've tried this twice, once with a poor keto coconut cream with ultra-high carbs, and once with a low carb coconut cream. Both were tasty, but is it any surprise that the high carb one was a lot more tasty? So I had a thought, and wanted to see what anybody else might think about the idea … what if I added a little monk/erythritol blend to give it the sweetness without the carbs. Thoughts?

  2. Before I go buy Thai curry paste… I've never had anything Thai before, let alone cooked it. I like the milder Indian curries, though and while I know Sahil has said he's not a fan of hot curries we might have a different definition of hot! Lol Can anyone help with a reference point for heat and flavour? It looks great, but I've just cleaned out a ton of "tried once" ingredients and I'm trying to avoid purchasing anything that will go to waste. Thanks!

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