Delicious Spicy Thai Red Curry Chicken

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    Thai Red Curry is easily the most popular dish from Thailand. Made with an aromatic mix of fresh vegetables, herbs & spices, and red chilies; it offers a harmony of tastes and textures that is truly amazing. Its rich, spicy and bold taste, with a subtle hint of sweetness, is effectively hot without being overpowering. It’s warm and comforting and just perfect for days when you are craving for something simple yet indulgent. A traditional spicy Thai Red Curry is usually best enjoyed with fragrant steamed rice but in some places, it is also eaten with noodles.

    Burman

    Delhi, India
    1 person made this

    Ingredients

    • - 1 tbsp coconut oil
    • - 1 medium sized onion (diced)
    • - 1 tbsp ginger paste
    • - 1 tbsp garlic paste
    • - 1 each of green, red & yellow bell pepper (cut into long strips)
    • - 5-6 florets of broccoli
    • - 2 carrots (peeled and cut into small cubes)
    • - 2 tbsp Thai Red Curry Paste
    • - 2 tbsp red chilies (finely chopped)
    • - 250 gm boneless chicken pieces
    • - 2 cups Dabur Hommade Coconut Milk
    • - ½ cup water
    • - 2-3 kafir lime leaves
    • - 1 tsp sugar
    • - 1 tbsp soy sauce
    • - 2 tsp lemon juice
    • - Salt & pepper to taste
    • For garnish: - 1/2 tsp freshly grated ginger
    • - Chopped coriander leaves
    • - Chili oil
    • For the side dish
    • - 1 cup long grained rice (washed & soaked for at least 20 mins)
    • - 1 cup Dabur Hommade Coconut Milk
    • - 1 cup water
    • - 2 sprigs of rosemary
    • - Salt to taste

    Directions

    1. Preparation time: 15 minutes
    2. Cooking time: 30 minutes
    3. Serves: 3-4 people
    4. For fragrant rice: - To cook the rice, put the water on the boil
    5. - Once the water has boiled add the rice along with coconut milk, rosemary and seasoning.
    6. - Allow it to boil for 30 minutes on low heat. Keep stirring and checking the grain from time to time to see if it’s cooked.
    7. - Once cooked, take the pot off the heat, drain the rice, cover them with a lid and let them rest in the pot until you are ready to serve.
    8. For Spicy Thai Red Curry: - Warm a large pan and add oil to it
    9. - Once the oil is hot, add garlic & ginger paste, onion and a sprinkle of salt. Let the onion cook till it has softened and turned translucent. This can take anywhere between 3-5 minutes. Keep stirring occasionally to stop the onion from sticking to the bottom of the pan.
    10. - Now add the bell peppers, carrots and broccoli and cook till the vegetables have turned tender.
    11. - Now add the Thai Red Curry paste and cook, stirring often, for 2 minutes
    12. - Now add the coconut milk, water and sugar and stir to combine.
    13. - Bring the curry to a boil and add boneless chicken pieces to it.
    14. - Add kafir lime leaves and seasoning, cover with a lid and let it simmer over medium heat for 10-12 minutes or till the time the chicken is tender
    15. - After 10 minutes, check the curry for its consistency. If you feel it has become too thick, you can add a bit of water to it and boil it for another 2-3 minutes
    16. - Once done, take the pan off the heat and add soy sauce and lemon juice to the curry and stir
    17. How to serve? - Take a bowl and rice to it - Now add the Thai Red Curry on top and garnish it with finely chopped red chilies, finely grated ginger and coriander leaves. - If you like your Thai Curry spicy hot, you can also add a teaspoon of red chili oil on the top for the extra heat. - Serve hot

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    Tips & variations: - If you are a vegetarian, you can replace the boneless chicken with tofu or paneer (cottage cheese) - Just stir fry the cubes of paneer or tofu in a tablespoon of coconut oil before adding them to the curry - If Green Curry is what you prefer, to the same recipe instead of putting Red Thai Curry Paste, add 2 tablespoons of Green Thai Red Curry and voila, your homemade restaurant quality Asian meal is ready to be served! - You can serve the curry with variety of noodles like garlic noodles, Pad Thai noodles, glass noodles etc. as well, depending on your taste and choice.

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