One of the easiest curry recipes I've stumbled on & I always go back to it. I add more salt, more curry, & more vegetables. It's always a hit, especially when you add you're own spin to it.
Chicken Coconut Curry
From EatingWell: January/February 2013
At once comforting and exotic-tasting, this rich chicken coconut curry stew will warm you on chilly winter evenings. Chunks of potato, lean chicken and loads of veggies make it a meal in a bowl. Enjoy with a fruity white wine like Gewurztraminer or Chenin Blanc to tame the heat. Using “lite” coconut milk instead of full-fat in this healthy curried coconut chicken stew recipe trims roughly two-thirds the fat and calories without sacrificing flavor.
17 Reviews for Chicken Coconut Curry
I followed some of the alterations suggested in other reviews, and the result was great! I just bought a pre cut bag of veggies from the store (bell peppers, onion, snap peas, broccoli) and omitted the potatoes and carrots.
I tend to like spicy food so added 2 teaspoons of cayenne pepper. 2 teaspoons was almost too spicy for my taste, in the future i may just add 1.5 teaspoons.
Cooked with jasmine rice this dish was a real hit!
I looked at the reviews and followed some advise. I was generous with my hot curry measurements and added even more. I used double the amount of garlic it called for and replaced celery with some broccoli and cauliflower instead. I didn't have yukon gold potatoes but had something similar and left the peal on. I also used roast chicken from the night before. It was a fantastic and such an easy recipe to follow. I think it can be modified in so many different ways depending on what you have around. If you like flavourful food, I would suggest adding more curry and garlic than the recipe calls for. I will definitely be making this again!
I am not usually a fan of curries like this but now I know it's because the ones you get as takeout are not nearly this fresh and tasty. I doubled the garlic and increased the ratio of vegetables to chicken without increasing the coconut milk. My husband loved it and he likes spicy food.
This was really good. I added a little cayenne for more spice.
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