Easy Thai Green Curry with Vegetables

We absolutely love Thai food and anytime I feel like having a quick Thai Curry I get the Thai Kitchen Red or Green Curry Paste.All you need then is some Coconut Milk and you’re good to go!Thai Green Curry paste is readily available everywhere and gives you an easy option for a delicious meal and also some variety!

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I’ve served mine with some Brown rice here to add some protein and fiber . I also like to add a little Cumin and Coriander just to add more flavor.You can omit them if you want.You can also use full fat Coconut milk for this preparation.I’ve used Light Coconut Milk since that’s what I had on hand.A flavorful and easy meal that takes no time and is loaded with veggies.You can choose any vegetables of your choice.

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Thai Green Curry with Vegetables


  • Frozen Mixed Vegetables-2 cups
  • Cauliflower florets-1 cup
  • Thai Green Curry Paste-3 tbsp
  • Light Coconut Milk-1 14oz can
  • Ground Cumin-1/2 tsp
  • Ground Coriander-1/2 tsp
  • Salt-to taste
  • Oil-2 tbsp


  1. In a pot heat oil.Add the Green Curry paste along with cumin and coriander.
  2. Sauté on low heat gently for about 2 minutes until fragrant.
  3. Add the veggies and coconut milk.
  4. Check seasonings and let it cook on medium until veggies are cooked. (7-10 mins)
  5. Serve hot with Brown Rice.

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  1. This looks so delicious! I’m excited to try this out for dinner next week. However, both my husband and I are not fans of coconut milk and I was wondering if I could substitute cow milk or water or chicken broth? Thank so much!

    • Hi there!Coconut milk brings together this whole dish and gives that unique creaminess and Thai flavor.You could skip it for cream with some stock but it will lack that authentic Thai curry taste.I would suggest using a little bit of the coconut milk into the stock just for some flavors.Thanks.

  2. Thanks for sharing on Thursdays Treasures. I love how easy and accessible it is.
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  3. Thank you, Soni! And so do many in my family. Curry is often ordered when we go out to restaurants; so, now I can simply serve your fabulous Thai Green Curry with Veggies with a side of brown rice at home. Thank you for the recipe and saving me the expense of a restaurant bill =)

  4. love how quick and easy and delicious this is! YUM!
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  5. Soni, I love Thai curry too. I have a big tub of curry paste in my fridge for whenever I want to make a quick ‘n delicious meal. Your curry looks so healthy, fresh and flavourful! Definitely a meatless meal I can incorporate into my diet.
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  6. Love your curries! I’ve never made a vegetarian curry and it looks delicious!
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  7. This is how my daughter likes her vegetables.
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  8. These veges look utterly beautiful :)

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  9. Oh it looks so tasty!
    I love anything which is quick to cook and yet very tasty :)
    Thanks for sharing
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  10. Your Thai green curry looks wonderful! Using frozen mixed veggies makes life so simple…
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  11. This looks and sounds delicious. Can’t wait to try, thanks for sharing :)

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  12. Yummy curry ..looks too tempting..love red & green thai curries:)
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  13. This would be so perfect for the cold. Plus, I love curry. Thanks for posting!
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  14. I need to buy some coconut milk and try making some curries! I make a lot of vegetable curries in Indian terms, but if you add the coconut milk and chili paste – boom! Thai food. Gotta try this! Seems so simple and so delicious!
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