Friday, July 13, 2012

Green Chicken Curry

One of my favorite winter meals... green chicken curry.  It is quick and easy and oh so yummy, and still I meet people that has never tried to make it.  So if you are one of them, you have to try this!



When I make food I like it to be easy and not too much measuring and weighing, thus I'll give you a idea of how much of what you need and you can adjust it according to the amount of people you cater for.

Some of the pastes are very lemon grassy, or just hot and not as tasty.  If you don't get this paste try out a few different ones till you get your match! And then you let me know if you find other good pastes. I suggest the Mae Ploy Green Curry Paste, not only is it tasty but also no added MSG, no preservatives, and no artificial color.



What you need (2 people):
Onion (1 medium)
Chicken (4 breasts cut into chuncks)
Green curry paste (1 tablespoon for mild, and 2 for hot)
Vegatables (4 cups)
Coconut milk (1 tin - 400ml)

Start by frying the oinion in a bit of oil.

Add the green curry and fry for about a minute, then add the chicken breasts and fry until almost done.

Add the coconut milk and simmer for about 5 minutes, then add the veggies and simmer further until cooked.

Serve with basmati rice, and a nice spicy SMG (Shiraz, Mouvedre, Grenache) blend.

Yummy! yummy! yummy! :-)