Bring the heat with this satisfying curry that'll please those craving something spicy!

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Spicy food can be invigorating and delicious! If you can take the heat, that is! Give this excellent stir-fry Thai Green Curry Pork recipe a try for a delicious lunch or dinner option. But don’t be a hero – don’t add more heat (spice) than you can handle! Enjoy, and don’t forge to share!


2 Tbsp Grape seed oil
16 Oz Pork tenderloin, Thinly sliced
1 japanese eggplants, Cut into bite-sized pieces
1 Bell pepper, (red) seeded, sliced into sticks
1 Cup Bamboo shoot
1 Tbsp Green curry paste
6 Oz Coconut milk, Light
1 Stalk lemongrass stalk, Cut into three pieces
1 Tsp Fish sauce
1 Tsp Sugar substitute
1 Cup Thai Chili
1 Chili pepper, Depending on your heat preference
Lime, To Garnish (optional)


Step 1 - Thai Curry pork in pan

step #1

Heat 1 tsp of grape seed oil in wok over high and add pork, cooking until almost opaque. Add eggplant and cook until skin is light brown and blistered and inside is soft. Set mixture aside in a separate bowl
Step 2 - Thai green curry recipe with coconut oil and paste in pan

step #2

Heat 1 tsp of grape seed oil in wok over medium and add curry paste. Sauté for about 30 seconds or until fragrant then mix ½ the coconut milk and allow to simmer for 2-3 minutes.
Step 3 - Added vegetables in Thai green curry recipe

step #3

Add remaining coconut milk, fish sauce, lemongrass, and sugar substitute to wok and bring to a boil. Combine bamboo shoots, pork, and bell peppers and cook for 4-5 minutes. Remove lemongrass stalks and serve over cauliflower rice and garnish with cilantro, chilies, and lime wedges.
Step 4 - Recipe ready to serve

step #4

Ready to serve!


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Did you know?

Turmeric, a key ingredient in numerous Thai chili pastes, is a must-have ingredient in your diet. Curcumin, the main active component in turmeric, has been linked to a wide variety of health benefits. It’s a natural anti-inflammatory, boost the antioxidant capacity of the body, and has benefits for brain function and lowers the chances of brain disease. What’s more, it can even lower the likelihood of developing certain cancers. In some cases, curcumin has been shown to prevent the growth of cancerous cells. While more testing is necessary, it’s clear that turmeric has a lot to offer beyond great taste!

So what’d you think of this delicious pork stir fry recipe? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to try one of these great recipes next: Whole Roasted Cauliflower with Lemon Vinaigrette, Italian Wedding Soup, and Shawarma Bowl Recipe with Basil Lemon Vinaigrette.

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