Kaeng Khua refers to Thailand's three-flavored coconut-based curry (sweet, sour and salty) most common meat is fish, shrimp or clam. Other additional main ingredients typically used in this curry can be pineapple, mushrooms or winter melon. Other ingredients include galanga, kaffir lime zest, dried chilis, lemon grass and shrimp paste.

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