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Thai make-away with Sainsbury’s

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Sainsbury’s challenged me to cook up a Thai make-away at home using Thai ingredients from the Sainsbury’s range. After a little thought we decided to make a Thai green curry with king prawns and a beef keema with a Thai twist both served up with Sainsbury’s Thai sticky rice and Thai crackers with sweet chilli dipping sauce.

So if you fancy making a Thai Fake-Away this weekend – here’s what you’ll need.

For the Thai Green Curry with Prawns – serves 2-3

  • splash of sesame oil
  • 100g mangetout
  • green pepper – cut into strips
  • 100g baby sweetcorn
  • 200g king prawns (we used cooked ones)
  • 1/2 jar Sainsbury’s Thai green curry paste (it’s hot so alter amount to suit taste)
  • 1/2 tin coconut milk
  • handful of fresh coriander


Simply add a splash of oil to a wok, briskly stir fry the mangetout, pepper and baby corn add the curry paste, throw in the prawns, pour over the coconut milk and simmer for around 10 minutes until the prawns are warmed through fully. Season with salt to taste. Then serve with torn coriander scattered over.


For the Beef Keema with a Thai twist – serves 2-3 

  • Splash of sesame oil
  • 300g beef mince
  • small aubergine – 1cm diced
  • sweet potato – 1cm diced
  • red onion – diced
  • 4 tbs Sainsbury’s Thai red curry paste
  • 1/2 tin tomatoes
  • 1/2 tin coconut milk


Add a splash of sesame oil to a wok, briskly stir fry the aubergine, sweet potato and red onion, add the Thai red paste and mix well, tip in the beef mince and brown, add the tinned tomatoes and coconut milk, season with salt to taste. Bring to the boil and then reduce the heat and simmer with the lid on for around 20 minutes until the vegetables are tender and the beef cooked through.

To serve – both of these curries are delicious served with Sainsbury’s Thai sticky rice, Thai crackers and sweet chilli dipping sauce.

The Sainsbury’s Thai make-away tastes extra delicious on a tray in front of Saturday night TV with a cold beer.

Disclaimer: The ingredients for the Thai make-away were provided free of charge from Sainsbury’s. 

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