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Coconut Curry Chicken Recipe

 Presently we are utilizing red-curry inside this dish close by yellow-curry powder alongside a phenomenal of coriander. On the off chance that you are pondering precisely what coconut-curry possesses a flavor like, it is fairly sweet, however generally appetizing with of zest out of the red-curry.

Red curry is generally made from squashed garlic, ginger, lemongrass, red chilies, fish-glue, and shallots. We amp those flavors up with additional ginger, garlic, and onions.


At the point when you are not sure what to make for supper, at that point this velvety coconut curry chicken comes through. It is snappy, scrumptious, and fortifying! This is my family ones unequaled most loved nourishments, and keeping in mind that I frequently favor vegetables and this is among my top choices too.

If you'd like a thicker sauce, at that point you can dispense with 1-2 tbsp of the sauce into a little bowl and (utilizing a fork) dunk in 1 tbsp cornstarch till smooth. Whisk the blend into the curry. 

What Makes Curry Sweet? 

  • Cooking the onions gradually and for a more extended period makes the onions brown and build up a better flavor
  • Coconut milk makes this curry better than normal cream
  • We include a smidgen of earthy colored sugar (discretionary) for pleasantness
  • Coriander is normally a better zest. Curry powder will in general be on the better side too (more on this underneath)

What Does Curry Powder Taste Like?

Curry powder has a one of a kind flavor with both appetizing and sweet flavors. Cumin, turmeric, and inlet leaf give curry powder a profound, natural, and appetizing flavor while the sweet flavors, for example, cinnamon and cloves include splendor and pleasantness.  

Coconut Curry Chicken Recipe Ingredients

  • 1 lb boneless-skinless chicken bosom or thighs cut into 1-inch pieces
  • 3 cloves minced garlic
  • 2 tbsp finely minced ginger
  • 2 tsp ground-coriander
  • 2 tsp yellow-curry-powder
  • 3 tbsp red-curry-glue (I utilize Thai Kitchen; decrease or increment as wanted for flavor levels)
  • 1 tbsp lime juice
  • 3 tbsp coconut-oil isolated
  • 1 huge red-chime pepper
  • 1 can full-fat coconut-milk NOT light
  • ½ medium yellow-onion
  • 1-2 tbsp earthy colored sugar
  • 2 tsp fish-sauce (discretionary)
  • ¼ cup cilantro and additionally basil diced
  • fine ocean salt and newly split pepper
  • Serve over/with: cooked basmati rice and naan bread with extra lime wedges
  • Discretionary: slashed peanuts or cashews


  • Start with preparing fixings: mince the garlic, mince the ginger and dice the onion. At that point strip ginger utilizing a vegetable peeler or spoon at that point finely mince it.
  • Meagerly cut the red chime pepper in long vertical strips at that point cut these pieces in on a level plane.
  • Warmth 2 tbsp coconut-oil in an enormous profound skillet-over medium-high-heat. At that point include the onion and saute for 3-5minutes, or till onions are beginning to get brilliant.
  • Include ginger and garlic. Mix to cover everything with all the oil. Diminish the warmth to low at that point include the red curry glue, curry powder, and coriander. Mix as often as possible for 2-3minutes, or till fragrant and gently toasted.
  • Return the warmth to medium-high. At that point include the staying 1 tbsp coconut oil and red pepper. Mix for a couple of moments at that point includes the reduced down pieces of chicken.
  • Sprinkle on pepper and salt to taste (I include 1 tsp fine ocean salt and ½ tsp pepper). Cook, blending regularly around 4-5minutes, or till the chicken is sautéed on each side, yet not cooked.
  • Pour in the earthy colored sugar, coconut milk, and lime juice (to taste, I start with just 1 tbsp). Mix till chicken is cooked through (juices run clear and it's cooked to 165°F) and curry is somewhat thickened. Whenever wanted, mix in the fish sauce.
  • Serve over rice with/or naan bread. Enhancement dishes with basil, cilantro, or squashed cashews/peanuts. Serve additional lime wedges from the two sides whenever wanted.


On the off chance that you'd like a thicker sauce, at that point, you can dispose of 1-2 tbsp of the sauce into a little bowl and (utilizing a fork) dunk in 1 tbsp cornstarch until smooth. Whisk the blend into the curry.