How does Meghan Markle make ‘Thai Coconut Curry’?

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Former American actress Meghan Merkel, who left the royal family as the second daughter-in-law of the British royal family, has revealed that she is also an expert in cooking.

According to Meghan Merkel, 38, Duchess of Sussex, she is a happy foodie. And she has won the heart of her husband Prince Harry with her cooking skills. Once upon a time, Meghan Merkel also did food blogging, including fashion and styling blogging.

According to a food blog written by Meghan Merkel, she once ate ‘Thai Coconut Curry’ during a trip to Bangkok, which she liked very much. Meghan writes in her blog that if you are happy food too, it will be a very delicious food for you that you will feel happy after eating.

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Here are the ingredients to make Thai Coconut Curry according to Meghan Merkel’s recipe:


1 cup brown basmati rice

1 cup coconut milk

1 tin chopped tomatoes

1 tbsp ginger

1 cup chili flakes

1 cup butternut squash

2 aubergine

3 tbsp chickpeas

brown miso paste


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How to make Thai Coconut Curry:

Put coconut milk, tomato, crushed ginger, red pepper, and salt as required in a pan and put it on the stove and cook it on low heat till it boils.

Now peel the eggplant and pumpkin, cut them into small pieces and add to the curry.

Now cook this curry for 30 minutes, then add gram, brown mezzo paste and coriander and cook for another 30 minutes.

When the vegetables are melted, turn off the stove.

Now eat this Thai coconut curry with rice.

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You can use any available vegetables at home instead of pumpkins and eggplants.

You can also add vegetables of your choice.

Red or white meat can also be added.

Cook the curry over low heat.

If you do not like gram, gram can be extracted from this recipe.

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