Recipe by Pam Anderson
"A simple and delicious creamy curry with a mild taste."
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yellow curry powder
white onion, chopped
skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - diced
1 small head
1 (14 ounce) can
unsweetened coconut milk
ground black pepper
Great Recipe...nice and easy! Followed it exactly but a lot of other vegetables could be thrown into it!!
Close, but no cigar. This recipe turned out bland and lacked the flavor that I find in most thai food restaurants. I added a few cut up green beans and left out some of the cauliflower. I do not plan on making this recipe again.
This was a huge hit with my kids on "Adventurous Eaters Night". It was simple to cook the chicken in my crock pot, then throw everything together in just a few minutes. It was delicious!! Next time I am going to offer a variety of toppings for them to choose: raisins, golden raisins, peanuts, cashews, green onions, mango chutney, chopped hard boiled egg and anything else that sounds appealing!
I had to change a few things because I was missing a few ingredients, but it turned out really well!
I substituted green curry paste (2 tbsp) for the yellow curry powder, and a bit of Knorr vegetable soup for the chicken broth. I also used fresh grated ginger instead of ground ginger and added mushrooms, zucchini, and broccoli.
Maybe I am crazy, I am pretty sensitive to spicy dishes, but this was so spicy I could barely even eat it. I used broccoli instead of cauliflower and lite coconut milk, otherwise stayed with the recipe. My mouth was on fire. My husband did like it though.
Quick and tasty. I still upped the curry a bit just because I like the spices. thank you for this great recipe
My husband requested chicken curry and that is how I found this website. Our whole family enjoyed this recipe, especially my husband, teenager, and six year old. The 10 year old who is a good eater, but doesn't appreciate curry, ate it without complaint. I used broccoli, and added a little more salt. It was VERY easy, and quick to make, especially if you can precut the ingredients ahead of time. I am really going to enjoy this site! Thank you!
Very good-- I kicked it up a little with fresh ginger, which I just happened to have, and a tsp. of dried thai dragon chilis, which my friend grows. We're not big on cauliflower either, so I added peas and an apple instead. Obviously, this is a very adaptable recipe and a nice introduction to making your own curry. Thanks for the post, Pam!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Chicken Coconut Curry
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 270
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