Gorge Yourself in Thai Curry with Grilled Maine Lobster Tails – Lobsters on a Cruise!

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Thai curry is made using specific Thai curry pastes, coconut milk, seafood or meat, various vegetables, and herbs. They are different from South Asian curries in that they incorporate aromatic leaves and herbs in the place of spices. The Thai curry with grilled Maine lobster tails is one of those distinct curries which you can have on board the Manohra Cruises which take off from the pier of Anantara Riverside, Bangkok.

What Do You Need to Make a Curry?

For this dish, you need 4 lobster tails, julienned vegetables, coconut milk or water, curry paste, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves or any other aromatic leaves. You also don’t have to make the curry yourself if instead, you choose to go on the best river dinner cruise in Bangkok.

Prepare the Lobster

Divide the lobster tails in half and grill them with the heat on medium. Cut the meat up and afterward put the cut pieces back in the shell.

Cook the Ingredients

Sauté the vegetables, including apples, the curry paste, the aromatic leaves and herbs in a medium pan. Deglaze with white wine and heat while adding cream. Season to taste.

Bok Choy is the Final Touch

Choose baby bok choy when you’re making this dish, about 10 or 12 of them which you will need to grill, slice and then arrange in a presentable fashion on the plate. These will act as cradles or bases for the lobster tails. Garnish this with the sautéed sauce and you’re done.

Damon Starky is a creative nomadic travel writer, who is well informed and experienced on a wide range of interests that would connect to the needs of any type of traveler. Google+

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