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Munching Monday Chicken Red Thai Curry

Posted by on August 5, 2013

I found this recipe that I love to cook (with pics I took over two years ago), and yet I am not sure that I have shared it on New Life on the Road before! Which means that its perfect for Munching Monday Chicken Red Thai Curry.

I do know that I have Shared Green Thai Vegetarian Curry before!

Its been ages since I have cooked Chicken Red Thai Curry, and yet it taste so very yummy! Will have to try and make it sometime this week.

Munching Monday Chicken Red Thai Curry ::

Ingredients ::

4 Carrots

1 Red and 1 Green Capsicum

4 Celery

4 Zucchini

1 Medium Sized Broccoli

4 Shallots

1 Onion

As much Garlic as you like

1 Kg Chicken Thigh Fillets

2 Tins of Coconut Cream

Red Thai Curry Paste

Rice {to serve your family}

Diced up Veggies

Diced up Veggies for Chicken Red Thai Curry

 Chop up the Veggies ~

Put them all aside

More Diced Veggies for dinner

More Diced Veggies For the Chicken Curry

Chicken Thigh Fillets

Chicken Thigh Fillets

See The Date on the Chicken ~

It is because this was cooked over two years ago…..

When we lived in our Motorhome in Bundaberg

Using a Big Fry Pan for the Veggies

Cooking of the Veggies

Browning of the Chicken

Browning of the Chicken

Brown the Chicken Before cooking the Veggies

The Secret Ingredient to Red Thai Curry

Add two Grated Palm Sugar

 

Adding the coconut Cream

The Spices needed

Adding Coconut Cream and Fish Oil ~

to the Cooking!

Method ::

Brown the Chicken in Fish Oil

Take out of the frying pan

Cook all the diced/sliced veggies

Add the Cooked Chicken back to the frying pan

Add the Coconut Cream and Red Thai Curry Paste {2 heaped tablespoons of Curry Paste}

Add the Grated Sugar Palm

Bring to the Boil and simmer for about 30 minutes

Serve with the Cooked Rice ~ We normally use Brown rice but that time we used Jasmine Rice.

Have You Tried Chicken Red Thai Curry?

Linking up “With Some Grace” for FYBF.

Cheers

Lisa

New Life on the Road

PS :: Here are our previous Munching Monday Recipes ::

Munching Monday Grass Fed Beef Lasagne

Munching Monday Green Smoothies

Munching Monday Irish Stew

Munching Monday Green Thai Curry

Munching Monday Feta and Spinach In Jacket Potatoes

Munching Monday Our Style Chicken Tacos

Munching Monday Camp Cooking

Munching Monday Chicken Fettuccine

Mushroom Pasta With Avocado Sauce

Chicken Ginger Noodle Soup

Munching Monday Onion Soup with Bread

Munching Monday Cooked Breakfast in Bed

Munching Monday Meals David Makes

Munching Monday Beer Battered Fish n Chips

Munching Monday French Toast Faces

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8 Responses to Munching Monday Chicken Red Thai Curry

  1. India Travel Agent

    Wow, looks a yummy dish will be ready! have a nice day.
    India Travel Agent recently posted..Hampi: A Historical Paradise on the Earth

  2. budget jan

    It sounds and looks delicious Lisa. I just had home made Beef Vindaloo for lunch (left overs from last night) and I had it with brown rice. Brown Rice is so filling and has a nice nutty taste. B.H. prefers white rice so I usually cook Basmati Rice as it is low G.I.
    budget jan recently posted..Tuesday in Townsville Strand Night Markets

    • Lisa

      Hi Jan,

      Your Beef dish sounds so yummy. We prefer Brown Rice as well – Dave’s Parents prefer White Rice.
      I sometimes cook with Jasmine Rice :)

  3. Lara @ This Charming Mum

    Oh yum! I love a good Thai curry. Nice easy recipe too :)
    Lara @ This Charming Mum recently posted..Review: The Playground Problem & Starting School

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