Welcome to my recipe portion! Am I going to give you a background of why I started cooking? Fuck no. Am I going to give a long ass story before getting to the part that you’re all looking for? Fuck no. Am I going to post pics? Probably fucking not. Let’s get started.
I typically cook for 2 but honestly it can make enough for 4 + leftovers. I would block out 1.5 hours to make this.
- -4oz of Massaman Curry Paste (get at the asian market)
- -2 tbs oil – canola or vegetable
- -2 – 14 oz cans of coconut milk
- -1 inch of ginger- sliced
- -handful or cilantro – chopped
- -2 tbs of brown sugar (I use dark)
- -2 tbs of fish sauce
- -1 tbs lime juice (I use one whole lime)
- -1 tbs Worcestershire sauce
- -1/2 yellow onion – sliced
- -1 lb chicken thighs – sliced thin
- -3 small or medium potatoes (I use russet) – cut into cubes
- -2 carrots – peeled and sliced
- -1 tbs peanut butter
- -1 tsp Red pepper flakes – for spice. Less if you like less spicy.
- -2 + cups of cooked rice to serve OR naan OR both!
- 1) Heat the oil in a large pot (when I say large, I mean LARGE) over medium heat.
- 2) Add in the curry paste – whisk if needed until it’s broken up. Add in a little more oil if you’re having a hard time.
- a) It should not be liquidity but should be less of a paste.
- 3) Add in one can of the coconut milk – whisk together with the paste until smooth.
- 4) Add in ginger, sugar, dish sauce, cilantro, lime juice and Worcestershire and bring to a boil.
- 5) Add in the chicken and onion and reduce to low heat. Ensure all ingredients are coated.
- 6) When chicken starts to become white (but still under cooked), add in the other can of coconut milk and bring to a boil again.
- 7) Add in peanut butter + chili flakes and stir until everything is mixed
- 8) Add potatoes and carrots, drown the heat to simmer and cover for about 15-20 minutes (depending on how large the potatoes are cut.
- 9) Using a fork, stab the potatoes to see if they’re soft. The fork should go all the way through the potato to the point where the potato almost breaks apart.
- 10) Serve over rice or Naan – yasss!
Try this out for yourselves, Babes!