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May 03, 2013

Thai Green Curry Bangkok Style Ingredients

  • Hand cooked in a kitchen, not produced in a factory.
  • Only the ingredients that belong in authentic Thai curry pastes. 
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. 
  • Unlike factory made pastes, My Thai Curry pastes are made using a slow cooking technique that retains and concentrates the full range of flavours and aromas of an authentic Thai curry paste. 
  • Packaged and sealed to give up to 12 months shelf life.
  • Same day first class dispatch by Royal Mail in letterbox friendly packaging when ordered before 3pm.



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