Gaeng Kiaow Waan is the Thai culinary term which is literally translated as "sweet green curry". It is one of the three principal curries found in Thailand. The curry is green (Kiaow in Thai) because the curry paste is made from pounded green chilis. Other ingredients in the paste is a mixture of pounded herbs and spices, like galangal, garlic, and lemon grass. As the name suggests, Gaeng Kiaow Waan is lightly sweet curry Green curry is a signature Thai dish found on all menus which is made with various ingredients such as a meat of choice, eggplant, coconut milk, and generous amounts of Thai basil.

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