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Green thai curry chicken in coconut milk. I get the green thai curry direct from Thailand and it's so much better than anything at the grocery store.


Can I get the recipe and source of your curry? I love so many of these recipes but I don’t think I can make some of them (like Jhe88 looks out of my skill set); however I have made a version of green Thai curry chicken before..just from a kit.


Here is a quick take on thai curry, hopefully tatortodd will share also.

Debone a store bought rotisserie chicken. Shred finely.
Seed, core, and coarsely chop (big slices) your choice of bell pepper.
Skin and coarsely chop a white or yellow onion.
Peel a medium zucchini, slice down the middle lengthwise then cut across in sections (semi-circles).
Thinly slice a piece of ginger about the size of the ebd of your thumb..
Remove the hard fibrous outer sheath of a piece lemongrass about two inches long. Mince the softer inner core.
Peel a carrot and give the zuke treatment.
Slice a jalapeno or hot pepper into sections about the size of a nickel or quarter. Seed and devein.

Optional but preferred, zest and juice of one lime.
Optional but not preferred by me, a sprinkle of fish sauce

Optional veggies...
Bean sprouts
Mushrooms
Fresh English Peas
Green Beans
Snow Peas
Garlic
Shallots

Blend a heaping tablespoon of cornstarch into 2 cups of coconut milk.
Open a can of coconut cream OR a package of powdered coconut

Open a can of MAESRI brand curry paste; green, red, mussaman, prik khing, ku chee, karee, panang, kaeng kua, YOUR CHOICE.

In a LARGE pot, not a skillet, coat the bottom with veggie oil and a little chili oil at high heat. Add the carrots, ginger, onion, lemongrass, hot pepper. When the onion softens add the zuke and bell pepper. Stir constantly, add 1, or 2, or 3 tablespoons of curry paste. Stir good and add the chicken and coconut ingredients, reduce heat and stir until thickened. Serve with rice or noodles.

You can find MAESRI or MAE PLOY curry paste online, or at an asian grocery store.

Here is a link to a thai presenter on YT.

https://hot-thai-kitchen.com/green-curry-new-2/

Thai curry brands review

https://rachelcooksthai.com/th...nd-curry-paste-best/

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Wth? Is this from scratch? I think my husband would think he’d died and gone to heaven!



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I'm eating keto so my chicken green Thai curry is different than mr kablammo's.

Ingredients:
  • 1 to 2 lbs Chicken (preferably fresh but I also use frozen slices)
  • Bell pepper (preferably fresh but I also use the fajita pepper and onion blend)
  • White onion (preferably fresh but I also use the fajita pepper and onion blend)
  • Mushrooms
  • 14 oz Can of coconut milk
  • 50 gram of Mae Ploy green thai curry paste - my only purchase from Amazon what sent direct from Thailand. I like medium heat spiciness and the first time made the mistake of scaling up to match the amount of cocunut milk used and it was too spicy and caused "afterburn". IMO, Mae Ploy is better than Kanokwan and orders of magnitude better than Thai Kitchen that many grocer stores carry.
  • 1 Tbsp oil (preferably sesame)
  • Due to keto there is no carrots, peas, or cornstarch
  • Due to personal preferences there is no lemongrass, zucchini, sprouts, or ginger

    Directions:
  • Slice peppers and onions like you would for fajitas (i.e. ~10x longer than wide)
  • Slice muchrooms
  • Slice up chicken into chunks
  • Warm up oil in 3qt pot (skip this step if using frozen chicken or veggies as hot oil will explode when frozen veggies added)
  • Brown the chicken in the oil
  • Set aside chicken
  • Sautee mushrooms, peppers, and onions in oil until onion translucent
  • Add in 1/2 cup water
  • Add in coconut milk
  • Add in green thai curry
  • Add in chicken
  • Bring to a boil then simmer 15ish minutes
  • Serve over white rice or if you're keto riced cauliflower



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    Texas Red, Frito pie style.

    The chilis were hot this time (they included some habaneros), and I used a hotter kind of paprika in my chili powder. This batch had a real kick

    Good stuff with a cold beer.





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    Texas Red, Frito pie style.

    The chilis were hot this time (they included some habaneros), and I used a hotter kind of paprika in my chili powder. This batch had a real kick

    Good stuff with a cold beer.



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    What type wine is recommended with tater tots?



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    As Justin Wilson would say, "drink what you like!"


    Perhaps a nice Valpolicella?




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    Perhaps a nice Valpolicella?
    My wife stopped at Chick-Fil-A on her way home from her office. She forgot the waffle fries, so I pulled some left over tater tots out of the freezer.

    We were all out of Valpolicella, so I substituted Diet Coke.



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    Do you like Diet Coke, my friend?


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    Do you like Diet Coke, my friend?
    That’s what we drink when we don’t have Valpolicella.



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    Easy dinner tonight. Steak salad.







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    Nothing,I had a Big Mac & fries!
     
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    Although tonight we had Japanese croquettes and fermented pickles, with rice, of course, we also had what is now turning into one of my wife's favorites:

    Fried Lotus root chips




    It's sorta like a French fry, but better. It's got a good crunch and mouth feel, plus my wife has decided it's great with beer Smile




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    With port wine
     
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    We took the easy way out and made a double batch of crockpot chicken and gravy. Add some mashed potatoes, a toasted croissant, and some veggies and... YUM!





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    Looks really good!!!

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    I’m so tired of my own cooking.

    I just “made” a trip to the Chinese take out, got a #6, pork and Chinese vegetables.
     
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    I mixed genres:
  • boneless, skinless chicken thighs that had been marinated overnight in Goya Mojo Criollo
  • Greek salad (diced cucumbers, diced tomatoes, diced red onion, Greek vinaigrette, and right before serving add some feta).



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    Spaghetti and meatballs.




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    Originally posted by ersatzknarf:
    Although tonight we had Japanese croquettes and fermented pickles, with rice, of course, we also had what is now turning into one of my wife's favorites:

    Fried Lotus root chips




    It's sorta like a French fry, but better. It's got a good crunch and mouth feel, plus my wife has decided it's great with beer Smile


    One of my favorites. I love shrimp in the food processor and making renkon hasamiage. Daikon oroshii in ponzu. Beer. Lovely.




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