Yellow chicken curry with rice


Nice flavours, looks great – this is our favorite Thai-style recipe. It also reminds us of the trip to Thailand and the many special dishes we had there.

We usually have this for dinner but in the summer, after a long sailing day, it is a satisfaying late lunch.

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Prepare

(10 minutes)

Yellow chicken curry with rice – prepare curry
The cauliflower rice:
  • 1.finely chop the garlic and ginger root and place it in the bowl
  • 2.slice the spring onion and place it in another bowl
  • 3.slice the mushrooms. Cut them in half and then slice 4-6 pieces out of each half. Put them in the mushroom bowl.
  • 4.dice the pepper bell and place it the pepper bowl.
    * skip for strict AIP
  • 5.in a large bowl, grate the cauliflower (extra coarse). It should look like large grains of rice. Add a 1 ts of salt and mix.

For the curry:
  • 6.peel the onion, garlic and the ginger and put them in the curry bowl.
  • 7.cut the lemon grass in pieces 2cm1in long
  • 8.put in the blender 1 ts turmeric powder, the onion, garlic, 3 slices of ginger, 1 tbs fish sauce, 1 tbs brown sugar and juice from 1/2 lime and the coconut milk. Blend well until smooth.
  • 9.cut the chicken breasts in 2cm1in cubes and put it in the chicken bowl. Sprinkle 1ts of salt.

Cook

(20 minutes)

Yellow chicken curry with rice – cooking meat
00:00meat,
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  • cast iron pan on medium-high heat
  • non-stick pan on medium-high heat
  • add 1 tbs of coconut oil in each pan(or other oil you like)
00:02meat,
rice
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  • both pans, medium heat
  • add the meat and lemon leafs in the cast iron pan
  • add cauliflower in the non-stick pan
00:04meat,
rice
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  • stir the meat
  • stir the cauliflower
00:05meat,
rice
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  • stir the meat
  • stir the cauliflower
00:06meat,
rice
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  • pour the coconut over the meat and stir
  • stir the cauliflower
00:08rice
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  • stir the cauliflower
00:09rice
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  • stir the cauliflower
00:10rice
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  • take out the cauliflower
  • turn high heat
  • add 1 tbs of coconut oil (or some other oil/fat you like)
  • add the chopped garlic and chopped ginger root
  • add the mushrooms
00:11rice
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  • heat to medium
  • add 1/2 the green onions
  • stir
  • move the content to one half of the pan
  • add the pepper in the other half
    * skip for strict AIP
00:12rice
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  • stir all
  • move the content to one half of the pan
  • crack one egg in the other half
    * skip for strict AIP
  • add 2 tbs of oyster sauce on top of the egg
00:14rice
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  • add the cauliflower
  • stir well
00:15rice
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  • fire out for the cauliflower
  • put everything in a large bowl
  • add the rest of the spring onion
  • (optional) squeeze 1/2 lime
00:20meat
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  • fire out for the meat
  • add the fried onion to the cauliflower bowl and mix well
  • well done! Enjoy!

Enjoy

Yellow chicken curry with rice – plating 1

Like most Asian dishes, this one too is best served immediately when finished cooking. In each plate, make a circle of cauliflower rice, empty in the middle (about 6-8 good tablespoons). Place in the middle 4 tablespoons of meat and curry sauce.

Bon appetit!

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