It has very little flavour, thin and watery. I mad
It has very little flavour, thin and watery. I made a curry using twice the recommended amount and it still wasn't good. Authentic Thai cirry is very hot and though I appreciate this needs to be tamed down a bit for the British market, some flavour needs to remain. Don't waste your money.
Not a curry paste.
Not a curry paste. This is more consistency of a stir-in sauce, has a little heat but no flavour. Don't waste your money. Tesco please increase your selection to inlude quality flavourful products
Our go to thai green curry paste sauce
Tastes just like a restaurant green curry. Vary the amount of paste you use to increase or lessen the heat. Nice heat and nice flavour
Needs some extra spices to make it nice
After reading the reviews on here, I thought I'd add a few extras to try and make the flavour pop. I added 3 cloves of garlic (they were smallish) and a cubed inch of ginger, a half teaspoon of extra hot chilli powder, 2 teaspoon of ground coriander, a pinch of salt and a good few twists of white pepper. The result was great, I had a very tasty dinner without having to make the base curry flavour from scratch. I also used the whole jar which I fully recommend! Obviously its to taste but, in my opinion, this "paste" isnt great. Its ok. And thats about it.
Tasteless, a bit hot but no real flavour to it. Even when cooking, could barely smell a thing.
Not a curry paste!
Awful! As other reviewers have said, it is far too watery and the whole jar is needed to get some flavour into your curry. It really can’t be described as a paste-it is more of a curry sauce. Unfortunately, this is all my (big) local Tesco ever seems to have. I will be ordering a supply of the Mae Ploy paste online, or taking some time to make my own.
Watery This curry paste has been watered down and
Watery This curry paste has been watered down and tastes and smells more like apple puree
Watery and flavourless.
Really watery, lacked any sort of flavour and nowhere near spicy enough. Avoid.
This is the best cheapest Thai Green Curry sauce I
This is the best cheapest Thai Green Curry sauce I have discovered recently. I make a green curry base of coconut cream, capisums, mushrooms, aubergine, squash, mange tout, broccoli, mini corn cobs and a tesco ( very mild) chill. They have a pack that has the last four. My lovely girlfriend is veggie but I am not. I add chicken later , she adds tofu. There is a review earlier shouting about 'Mae Ploy green curry paste'. This paste has shrimp in it and over 12% salt, so no veggie of vegan can eat it or anyone who wants little salt. Blue dragon is 2% salt, as much as I can bear. I have lived in Thailand, sauces in a jar cannot compete with the curry sauces they make there because they use fish, shrimp or anchovy extract and experience. The green currys are out of this world in the hotel banquets. This is a very good sauce, if you want it spicer add some cayenne powder, it's spicier, aromatic and fruity much better than just chill.
Top spice paste.Easy to use.Inexpensive too.
Great stuff this-veggie/vegan and very nicely spiced and helps to chase blandness from soups stews and curries. To add a dollop of peanut butter and a little of creamed coconut brings the Satay flavor to simple dishes and is among my useful add-ins for a few nice meals.