Thai Kitchen Green Curry Paste

Thai Kitchen Green Curry Paste

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Product Description

Aromatic herbs such as lemongrass galangal (Thai ginger) and fresh green chilis are harvested at their peak of freshness and carefully blended with fragrant spices for the perfect balance of flavors. Use Thai Kitchen’s green curry paste as a stir-fry seasoning a soup base or with coconut milk to create a delicious Thai curry. Add a teaspoon to your favorite marinades for a bit of spiciness. Source

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Retail Price: $ 3.85

About Thai Kitchen

Thai Kitchen logoThe best Thai food experience available to anyone anytime without compromising quality for convenience. We couldn’t seriously call ourselves Thai Kitchen if we weren’t committed to making nothing but the most authentic Thai food. There’s no faking it. We’re about providing the best Thai food experience available to anyone anytime without compromising quality for convenience. That’s why we use only fresh natural ingredients selected at harvest for their quality and flavor. With Thai Kitchen you can say goodbye to Thai food delivery and pricey restaurant meals.
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2 months ago

Gail Chester

I have a can of your organic lite coconut milk but there isn't an expiration date only a code on the bottom of the can. 03262 01 and then MFP 1918 is this still OK? ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Hi Gail...This product would be from 2003. We began stamping best by dates on our products in 2010. Hope this is helpful information. ~Tina

2 months ago

Kayla Rose Anderson

Planned a wonderful pad Thai meal for dinner. Enough to feed two people for
days. I spend my money on a budget. We sit down excited to eat what looks
like a delicious meal. I take my first bite and it was followed with
spiting it all out and a long piece of hair just hanging there in the
noodle.
I tried to send this to the email on the box. But it was sent back. So to Facebook I go.
... See MoreSee Less

Planned a wonderful pad Thai meal for dinner. Enough to feed two people for
days. I spend my money on a budget. We sit down excited to eat what looks
like a delicious meal. I take my first bite and it was followed with
spiting it all out and a long piece of hair just hanging there in the
noodle. 
I tried to send this to the email on the box. But it was sent back. So to Facebook I go.

Comment on Facebook

We're so sorry Kayla! Could you message us with the UPC and "Best By" date information so we can alert our Quality Team? Please include your mailing address so we can reimburse you for your meal. Thanks so much for reaching out! ~Leslie

7 months ago

Barbara Brindza

Very disappointed with your coconut milk, it tastes horrible. It doesn't need the additive guar gum, good coconut has some body to it. Gross. I will never buy it again. ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

So sorry you were disappointed, Barbara! We do appreciate your feedback and will pass it forward. ~Leslie

7 months ago

Angela Helfer

The first time I had your peanut satay sauce that was gluten free, it was so good. Now, the last two I got were way too spicy and made me very sick as could be. You may wish to check quality control unless you changed the recipe. I have Celiac Disease now, and I must be careful what I eat. ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

We certainly hope you're feeling better, Angela. Since our Peanut Satay is considered a mild sauce and we have not made any recent changes, could we get the β€œBest By” date information from the bottle for quality assurance purposes? ~Leslie

9 months ago

Lisa Miller

I'm in love. .... πŸ²πŸ’™πŸ²πŸ’™πŸ²πŸ’™πŸ²πŸ’™πŸ²πŸ’™ ... See MoreSee Less

Im in love. .... πŸ²πŸ’™πŸ²πŸ’™πŸ²πŸ’™πŸ²πŸ’™πŸ²πŸ’™

Comment on Facebook

I love rice noodles! I get every time my grandma and I eat at east west in heath

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