Is Thai curry always spicy?
A green curry in authentic Thai cuisine will always be hotter than a red curry and the heat will also differ between the regions, green curry from the South of Thailand (excepting the tourist areas) tends to be much more fiery due to the addition of Bird’s Eye chillies.
Is yellow Thai curry spicy?
So, taking all the above into account, the spice-o-meter verdict is, a Thai green curry is HOT, a Thai red curry is MEDIUM-HOT and a Thai yellow curry is MILD-MEDIUM. TOP TIP: when cooking a green, red or yellow Thai curry, you can easily reduce its heat/spiciness by deseeding the chillies.
Which Thai curry is the best?
Eating in Thailand: Top 5 Thai Curries
- Khao Soi Curry (Khao Soi, ข้าวซอย) …
- Massaman Curry (Kaeng Massaman, แกงมัสมั่น) …
- Green ‘Sweet’ Curry (Kaeng Khiao Wan, แกงเขียวหวาน) …
- Panaeng Curry (Kaeng Panaeng, แกงเผ็ด) …
- Thai Red Curry (Kaeng Phed, แกงเผ็ด)
Is Pad Thai usually spicy?
Alright, cowboy, we get that you’re a tough guy for requesting your food “Thai spicy.” But many traditional Thai dishes don’t have any heat, like kuai-tiao nam (a clear pork-based broth), kao mun gai (chicken and rice), and, yes, pad Thai (you can add your own chili flakes, but it shouldn’t knock you on your ass).
Is Thai food spicier than Indian food?
In my humble opinion, thai food is hotter, especially the pad kee mow. Indian food is on the mild side with alot more flavor and aroma.