Thai Green Curry Recipe

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Thai Green Curry Recipe We love Thai food. The aromas, the fresh spices and most of all the flavours. So when
Mae Jum
got in touch asking if we wanted to try some of their spice mixes, I didn't hesitate to say yes! Within a couple of days, a beautifully packed box of six different Thai Curry pastes arrived through my letterbox.Jatuporn or Jum as she is known by friends and family was born in a small market town in the south of Thailand. She moved to the UK to raise her family. As they started to fly the nest, she decided the nicest gift a mum (Mae in Thai) could give, would be to share the secrets to the recipes they grew up enjoying.The Mae Jum journey had started.This is the recipe for a Prawn Green Curry using one of the Mae Jum spice mixes. We have also tried the Massaman Curry, which was equally as delicious, so make sure you head over to my social media to see pictures of that too. Thai green curry is a house favourite and is so easy to make at home. We used prawns this time, however, if you don't fancy prawns, simply substitute them for pork, chicken or bulk it up with seasonal vegetables if you are vegetarian.


Simple summer prawns recipe

Simple summer prawns recipe for one

So, with the kids off to their Mum's for a few days, it was time for this dad to let his hair down. Sadly not this week though. Work, housework and other stuff to catch up on…… I knew before I left for work, that I was going to be late home, so rummaged through the freezer and stumbled on some prawns I brought when on a yellow sticker at the supermarket, so got them out to defrost and trotted off to work. Simple summer prawns it was going to be.


homemade sushi

Homemade Sushi with delicious Scottish Salmon

We love homemade sushi, not only is it delicious, with a bit of practice it is fairly easy to make. It is also a great way to get the kids involved in the kitchen with the rolling process. I was pleasantly surprised to find a piece of Scottish Salmon in the yellow sticker section of my local supermarket recently. Before deciding on Sushi I browsed the internet for other Salmon recipes. While browsing I stumbled on
The Fishermens Mission
.For those like me who didn't know what they do, please head over and check out their website and support them where you can. The Fishermen’s Mission is the only fishermen’s charity that provides emergency support alongside practical, financial, spiritual and emotional care. We help all fishermen, active or retired, and their families.More than 13,000 people work in fishing: the UK’s toughest and most dangerous peacetime occupation.At sea, they face death and injury with an average of 15 fishermen killed or seriously injured every year.On land, many struggle with insecurity and debt. And for the 50,000 retired fishermen andtheir families, the fishing may have ended but the hardship continues as they face debt,scant savings, loneliness and isolation.Arguably, without
The Fishermens Mission
and the amazing work they do, we wouldn't have the vast and delicious range of fish products available to us at the supermarket or fishmongers. So, please head over to their site and support them if you can.