Khua kling (Thai: คั่วกลิ้ง, pronounced [kʰûa̯ klîŋ]) is a spicy, dry-fried curry from Thai cuisine originating from the Southern Region. The primary components are meat and Southern Thai style red curry paste. Unlike most curries that are cooked in a spicy sauce, the dry meat style directly seasons the meat.[1] When dry-frying the meat its fat renders allowing the curry paste to adhere.[2]


  1. ^ From the Source - Thailand.
  2. ^ "Kua Kling (Southern Thai-Style Red Curry)". The New York Times.