Thai curry is an authentic Thai cuisine which are prepared with different types of curry pastes. Authentic Thai red curry or green Thai Curry get their name from the color of the curry paste used in preparing. Other then these two , curries , there are other kinds of Thai curries too. like Jungle curry, Massamam, Panang Curry etc. The main ingredient in this fast, delicious and versatile curry, is Coconut milk with chunks of veggies and chicken or fish slow cooked over stove top. It is very…
Red chicken curry - excellent. Definitely make again. A favorite. Used TJs chicken tenders and sautéed whole, cooked all the way through and let rest while cooking veggies and sauce. Then cut into bite sized pieces and added. Used trivia as the sweetener. One red and one yellow bell pepper, no carrots. Used basil but Thai basil would be great. Used one whole can coconut milk and two cloves of garlic.
Thai Red Chicken Curry. I use this as a base recipe. I add fresh ginger, garlic, crushed tomatoes, ground cumin and coriander, lots of lemongrass, fresh cilantro and Thai basil. I also add unsweetened peanut butter and a few good dashes of lime juice.
This Thai Red Chicken Curry is incredibly delicious, so easy to make with bite size chicken pieces, snow peas and simmered in a red curry and coconut milk sauce. Thai cooking in under 30 minutes and all in one pot!
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I didn't put it in a pineapple boat. and I made the rice pineapple coconut. the rice was pretty amazing. I did 1 C of jasmine rice, 1/2 of a pineapple, diced, 1 can coconut milk (TJ's organic, not the low fat. the can is a little over 1 & 1/2 cups. my pineapple was not overly juicy) 1/4 tsp red pepper flakes, 1 tsp salt, 1 T coconut sugar (my pineapple was not very sweet.) I cooked it in my rice cooker. The only change on the teriyaki was fresh ginger.