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PC Thai Curries

currycue Feb 20, 2009 01:13 PM

Just wondering if anyone out there knows who the original supplier/manufacturer is for the PC Thai curry sauces. The Yellow curry was a staple in my household and now it looks like they've discontinued it. It was so simple, 1 lb stew beef to sauce and simmer for 30-40 min. The green curry wasn't as sweet or hot. Just tried their new red curry in the bottle and it's awful!

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    sann Feb 22, 2009 12:08 PM

    I was just at the loblaws on yonge just south of york mills and they had tons of it. Hope that helps.

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    1. re: sann
      currycue Feb 23, 2009 07:55 AM

      PC recently changed their Thai curries (Green and yellow) from a tin can with a pull top on it, to a bottle. I found the old curries were good. Green was o.k. but yellow was very, very good and properly spiced. My wife and I would go through two tins a week. The new curry in a bottle is dreadfully awful, particularly absent is the spicing and lack of keffir lime leaves.

      I'd love to know if anyone knows who made the tin curries for PC. I was guessing maybe ARROY-D, but their tins are very different and all I can find is their coconut milk now. These PC curries were product of Thailand.

      1. re: currycue
        currycue Apr 15, 2009 11:24 AM

        Finally tried Arroy-D brand red curry in the tin last night. Not bad. Could use some more heat/chili, but not bad. Certainly not as good as the old PC Yellow curry, but FAR superior to the new PC Thai curries in the bottle. The search continues...

    2. vorpal Feb 21, 2009 09:29 AM

      I have to agree. On a whim and out of laziness (which I'm embarrassed to admit, as I generally make my own curry pastes), I decided to try their red curry sauce in a jar and it was appallingly bad.

      Their frozen chicken in red curry, however, is surprisingly good.

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        embee Feb 20, 2009 06:01 PM

        While I have no idea, many of their sauces over time have been made by Renee's.

        1. Squeakycheese Feb 20, 2009 04:23 PM

          From my experiences it would probably be Dow Chemical...

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