Two ways with one Thai Green Curry sauce

Think Thai green curry is hard? Best think again! These recipes make it so easy to enjoy a Thai curry at home. Choose between chicken or fish and add Passage to Asia's Green Curry Sauce to make quick dinners in under 30 minutes.

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Two ways with one green Thai curry sauce

Green Thai curry is a takeaway favourite that Australians can’t get enough of, but you can make it so easily at home. Creamy, spicy and full of authentic ingredients, Passage to Asia’s Green Thai Curry Simmer Sauce is ideal for tasty and quick weeknight meals. Choose from chicken or fish for curry in a hurry that will really hit the spot. Get the recipes below!

Green Thai Fish Curry

Get the recipe: Green Thai Curry Salmon

This green curry with salmon, zucchini noodles and cherry tomatoes takes less than half an hour to put on the table. So quick and convenient, this is a fantastic seafood dish that will feed the whole family with ease.

Green Thai Chicken Curry

Get the recipe: Green Thai Chicken Curry with Asian Greens

This recipe uses chicken thighs. You can use chicken breasts if you prefer but thighs will be juicier in the curry sauce. A combination of broccolini and Chinese broccoli ensure you get your green fix, and fresh Thai basil adds a hit of flavour. This quick curry only takes 30 minutes!

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Passage to Asia’s Green Thai Curry Simmer Sauce is a mild sauce that’s full of authentic spices and ingredients, with no artificial colours or flavours. With bold flavours like fragrant coriander, lemongrass, green chilli and fish sauce, the whole family will be coming back for seconds. Plus, this sauce is totally gluten-free so anyone who’s coeliac or gluten-intolerant can still enjoy them.


More Asian recipes

Discover more Passage to Asia recipes below using their convenient stir-fry and simmer sauces!

*DISCLAIMER: Passage to Asia is a contributing Recipe Partner at This article features content sourced from Passage to Asia and our own opinions. For more information visit the Passage Foods website.