Thai Kitchen Red Curry Paste

Thai Kitchen Red Curry Paste

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Product Description

Aromatic herbs such as lemongrass galangal (Thai ginger) and fresh red chilis are harvested at their peak of freshness and carefully blended with fragrant spices for the perfect balance of flavors. Use Thai Kitchen’s red 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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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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Marla Meridith was live.

SESAME NOODLES

RECIPE :: bit.ly/Marla-Meridith-sesame-noodles-recipe

This recipe couldn't be more simple to prepare. All you need are some soba noodles and a few Asian sauces. Easy to find all the ingredients at your local market!

Perfect for the lunchbox too...my kids love these noodles!

Dig in & enjoy!

Products used: Eden Foods, GingerPeople Thai Kitchen Sriracha Rooster Sauce
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Marla MeridithHere's a photo of this dish....

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Marla MeridithHere's the recipe! bit.ly/Marla-Meridith-sesame-noodles-recipe

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Robyn PottsThe ends of the green onions with roots on can be put in the garden and regrown

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Pia Gonzalez-LopezGood afternoon Marla That looks delicious is that soba

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Jill Faulder McOwenLooks delicious. I didn't know ginger juice existed. Going to seek that out!

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Tom GuinnI'll have to view it later, in Atlantic city!

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Amber GarciaThat looks amazing! And so easy!

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Amber GarciaOmg I have an alarm set to preorder the iPhone 7!

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Rhonda FayeI hope you win, Tom!

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Annette BloomfieldRethink i phone 7 as it is catching fire while charging

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Victoria MediouniSo yummy! You are so awesome!

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Tom GuinnWill you post the recipe online?

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Annette BloomfieldYum from Melbourne Australia

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Michelle DouglasWho makes your lipstick??

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Michelle DouglasAdd shrimp

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Denise BrewerHi from Knoxville, TN 😀

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Angela Marie CarsonI love love your hair 😉💕

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Robin Murphy WeekleyEast coast after work for me - 630+ This looks great but no fish sauce for my honey. Didn't know sriracha had fish sauce in it too!

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Hayley ParkerI love the ease of this recipe and how flavorful it looks!

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James E BrownI missed out again but I love the noodles.

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Victoria MediouniI am so excited!

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Megan HastingsPerfect for lunch!

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Mike CanciThank you! Sounds great.

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Rhonda FayeLove noodles!

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Brenda Youden KennedySounds good .

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Marla Meridith was live.

GRILLED THAI SPICE CHICKEN SLIDERS

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These burgers are so delicious and are perfect for the last licks of summer! Happy Labor Day weekend everyone ❤️

Here's the recipe from MM blog....

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Products used: dinner roills King's Hawaiian sauces Thai Kitchen turkey Jennio Turkey Store
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Marla MeridithHere's a pic of our sliders!

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Marla MeridithAck! I forgot to add the fresh cilantro to the ground turkey...go ahead & add a tablespoon of it chopped & incorporate well 🙂

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Marla MeridithThanks for your feedback ladies!!! I can move into the recipes quicker!!

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Mike SparacinLooks good! Came on too late. Now I'm gonna have to go back to the beginning!

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Crystal Gail TinsleyII gonna make these and... do you think Turkey bacon would be good with them

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Mike SparacinWould the meat tastes as good on a Forman grill?

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James E BrownI didnt get to watch are they spicy Marla?

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Kay Miller DawsonDid you cut hor hair!

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Stevejason MyersasherI am gonna do these yum

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Charlotte Boakes-stapletonHello xx

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Pia Gonzalez-LopezHello Marla Sliders yummy

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Ilene Trepel KramerBonjour from Paris!

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Abby ShintakuCan you sneak vegetables in the meat?

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Abby ShintakuLooks delicious!

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Terry EisenhauerAre u going to make them?

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Stevejason MyersasherSorry it's acting up but I'm gonna do these an hoping to see u soon again live

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Jennifer Thurman SebestyenHmmmm, love Thai spices!

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Samantha DawnHope you had a great long weekend! looks delicious!

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Stevejason MyersasherU asked if we ever had fish sauce I said no

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Hayley ParkerWow, I love all the flavors in these sliders!

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Chrystal CarverLove the idea of Thia Chicken Sliders!

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James E BrownHi Marla that looks yummy..

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Crystal Gail TinsleyThe color is fine on my phone

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Mark HawnDoing great love the live feed night sweetie

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

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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

Thai KitchenWe 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 “Best By” date information from the bottle for quality assurance purposes? ~Leslie

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Making a time friendly Coconut-Chicken Curry with Christopher Ranch Ginger, Margaret Holmes White Acre Peas and Thai Kitchen Coconut Milk ~ ... See MoreSee Less

Making a time friendly Coconut-Chicken Curry with Christopher Ranch Ginger, Margaret Holmes White Acre Peas and Thai Kitchen Coconut Milk ~

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Christopher RanchThank you for using our Chopped Ginger, Michaela! We appreciate it!

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