Tuesday, January 24, 2012

{Dinner} Thai Chicken Curry in Coconut Milk


I haven't shared a recipe in a while. There is still a ton of cooking going on in this household though.

Any who, this dish was so delicious. I cannot wait to make it again!


You will need:


Cooking Spray

Curry Paste

Chicken Breast {Cut into strips}

Onion

Green bell pepper {Or red}

Lemon zest {1 tablespoon}

1 cup of coconut milk

1 tablespoon of fish sauce

1 tablespoon of fresh lemon juice



Heat cooking spray in skillet over high heat. Heat the curry paste in the spray for 30 seconds. Add the chicken and cook for 3 minutes.



Stir in the onions, bell peppers, lemon zest, coconut milk, fish sauce and lemon juice and bring to a boil.




Cook until the chicken is cooked through about 5-7 minutes. Serve over rice {I used Jasmine Rice}. And enjoy.


And try this hot sauce. It is incredible. We put it on pretty much everything we can.

39 comments:

  1. OMG that looks YUMMY! Would I be able to use the Curry Powder instead?

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  2. Um? When am I invited to dinner? That looks yummy!!!

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  3. @Eesh: I've never used curry powder before but I have a feeling that it would work the same way as the paste.

    @Nini: You are always invited. Please visit! :)

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  4. That looks so delish.
    I wonder if fish sauce has shellfish in it? I'm allergic, but maybe they don't put any little shrimpies or crab stuff in there.
    My mother-in-law is here & we got take out so that was so nice not to have to cook :) Doesn't happen that way often!
    Have a good night, Faith!!

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  5. ooh i want that for dinner...looks soo good!

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  6. Looks awesome and best of all - easy! I love the "Rooster" hot sauce! I can't pronounce the real name - but everyone always knows what I'm talking about when I call it the "Rooster Sauce". LOL

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  7. I love a good curry!! The bonus is the srirancha chili.

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  8. This looks absolutely delicious. I've never tried to make Thai at home and neither has hubs. Hmmm I love Siracha too!

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  9. That looks DELISH! Will definitely be trying this out!

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  10. I'm allergic to coconut otherwise I would try this recipe! Great blog!

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  11. That looks awesome. I love Thai food so much, I'll have to try this.

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  12. Yum, now I need to add curry & coconut milk to my list. We have that same fish sauce. And I love that hot sauce! It's on my grocery list, we ran out. :)

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  13. Faith,

    These looks great although I am not a fan of coconut what can I try instead.

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  14. Yum Yum YUM!!! That looks absolutely delicious!

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  15. I have made something very similar in the crock pot. I added sweet potatoes and omitted peppers since I hate them lol. It was freakin delicious! One of our fav meals :)

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  16. Looks good!!! Yum! I make this too! I put my sriracha chilli hot sauce right into the pot while it's cooking too lol.

    Tip: when you're making your rice, try using a can of coconut milk and the rest water if you need it, instead of just water or broth. Adds a nice coconutty vibe to the rice to go with the curry. YUMMMM

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  17. I just posted a recipe too! Like minds... :) This looks so delish!! I love your recipes!!

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  18. That looks YUMMY! I love your blog and am your newest follower :)

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  19. oooh great tip Dani! I'll do that the next time :)

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  20. This sounds delicious! I'm bookmarking it to try.

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  21. I LOVE CURRY!!!! Yayyy! Thanks for passing this along, Faith!

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  22. I'm not a HUGE fan of curry, but this looks yummy!

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  23. my flatmate made this for me and it was lovely!!!

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  24. yumm.. it looks really good!

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  25. I had Thai for lunch today! It was awesome. And first time I've had thai curry with pineapple. Yum-O!

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  26. Looks so yummy! Do you deliver? ;)

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  27. May i say it looks delicious!!!Love it.. I'm following you as the 300th follower, return love back?
    xo
    Anastasia

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  28. faith! that looks amazing!! im going to make. oh and a lot of those states were hit up bc my parents only believed in road trips as a child...we didnt fly much!

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  29. ohh can i pleease have you come over with some of that yummy food! lol, i wish i could cook like that but my skills are limited to the foreman grill :-) Cool stuff here so adding you to my google.. maybe follow each other?..let's talk soon!

    Hugs from NYC!
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  30. Oh my gosh this sounds soooooooooooo good! I NEED to try make it :)

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  31. I just love curry, looks like a delicious recipe.

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  32. yum!! this recipe sounds great i love thai food my husband and i both definitely will make this

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