You can easily make this Pork Green Curry at home, with just 3 ingredients! It does look and taste like it was made from scratch. One time I was at the Asian Market, and they were offering a free taste of green curry soup. I loved it right away and decided to buy 3 cans of green curry soup. At the back of the can was a recipe, I opted to use pork riblets because I really love the taste and it was cheaper too. Of course, feel free to substitute the meat with your favorite cut of meat. It has been a favorite easy to prepare, delicious meal for our family and friends. And this green curry soup has become a staple in my pantry. I have tried the red curry soup but I prefer the green curry more.
I said you can make this with just 3 ingredients and it taste so good already. You can double this recipe too, just double the meat and double the cans of green curry soup. If you want it creamier, then you can add coconut milk if you like. But if you want it on the lighter side, I mean less calories then omit the coconut milk. If you want it spicier, you can use long green pepper. And if you want it not that spicy, you can always add water to adjust it to your taste. And I always add Thai Basil leaves towards the end of cooking this Pork Green Curry or just before I serve it, to retain its aroma and flavor. It smells so good! I tend to add more of these leaves too because of its nutritional value. Thai Basil leaves have high level of Vitamin A and Vitamin K. It also have significant amounts of beta-carotene, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and Vitamin C.
This Pork Green curry pairs well with a bowl of white steamed rice.
- 1 lb pork riblets or spare ribs cut
- 1 can Green Curry Soup
- Thai Basil leaves(stems removed)
- On a pot over medium heat, pour a can of green curry soup. Stir until it's boiling.
- Add the meat and bring it to a boil over high heat. Then, lower the heat cover it with a lid and let it simmer till the meat is tender around 20-30 minutes depending on the cut of meat.
- At the end of cooking, add the Thai basil leaves and stir with the soup.
- Transfer to a bowl, serve hot with steamed rice.
Want it creamier, just add coconut milk.
Want it spicier, add long green pepper or just add more green curry soup.
Less spicy, add some water to the soup.
You can also garnish it with more Thai Basil leaves just before serving.