Thai Red Curry Chicken & Vegetables
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Ja ja ja ja; los americanos sois la hostia. Cómo va a ser un plato Indio, si el curry rojo es tailandés? Alguien me lo puede explicar? Será plato tailandés. Es Obvio La pasta de curry, ya sea rojo, verde ó amarillo hay que freírla primero, sí no, puede caer mal al estómago.
I made this in a frying pan today, sauteing chopped onions in butter, with the chicken, and when they were tender, adding julienned carrots till tender, then broccoli florets just long before serving to steam them. Oh, and I added a teaspoon of granulated garlic. We thought it was delicious!
Something that everybody likes
Recipe was good for keeping it simple. For a more authentic taste, you can add a dash of fish sauce and Thai basil...or regular basil and a tsp of brown sugar or regular sugar, although coconut sugar is the best!
Made this for my family, we love curry. I think instead of the curry paste, I could have used Indian or Jamaican curry powder, would have added more flavor. Over all, turned out ok, Should have added ginger. Made with brown rice and beans.
Very nice, quick way to serve up curry in a hurry. I used powdered red curry instead of paste, and I like my curry to have a bit of a bite, so I probably doubled what would have been called for in curry paste and thickened the mixture slightly with a couple teaspoons cornstarch. Using the frozen vegetables was a great way to get from stove to table in 30 minutes.
We didn't have curry paste, so we used curry powder to taste. Also, since I was already using the stovetop for the rice and vegetables, i cooked the chicken on the stovetop, too. I added the curry and coconut milk when the chicken was nearly done. Nice change of pace chicken dish.
Needs more curry paste for sure; my husband and I added about a teaspoon extra each to our plates and mixed it into our serving after the fact, and it helped a ton. I think next time I'll brown the chicken in a skillet and add the sauce after the chicken is cooked, probably add the veggies in with everything else (similar to a stir fry) and use the entire jar of the curry paste in the sauce.
Flavorful but quite bland needs OOMPH. Took twice as long to cook in the oven. Next time I will brown the chicken in butter for more flavor. And add spices and seasonings.
The chicken comes out super moist. I roasted oriental mixed vegetables next to the chicken dish. This was the first I heard of and used Red Curry Paste. I was afraid it would be too spicy hot, (I'm hyper-sensitive) but it was not. I will make this dish often.