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Well, by popular demand, I have a chicken curry recipe for you! Though the Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie was a close second, so you’ll be seeing that one, too!
So I’m a huge fan of Thai curries and I’m a little picky when it comes to it. I’ve tried a lot of recipes and FINALLY put together one I could get excited about!
I have to apologize that this is the only picture I have, it just is so quick and easy I didn’t think to even take pictures!
Crockpot Thai Chicken Curry1 can coconut milk 1/2 cup chicken stock 1 lb boneless, skinless chicken thighs (cut into 1-2 inch pieces) 1-2 tbsp red curry paste (Thai Kitchen) 1 tbsp coconut aminos 1 tbsp fish sauce 2-3 garlic cloves, minced salt and pepper to taste red pepper flakes (optional – depends on how spicy you like it) 1 bag frozen mixed veggies (I used a thai blend)
Grease the crockpot and add the cut up chicken thighs. Combine the coconut milk, chicken stock, curry paste, coconut aminos, fish sauce, garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes in a bowl and whisk everything together. Add the mixture over the top of the thighs and turn crockpot on high for 2 hours. With about 30-45 minutes to go, thaw the veggies in a colander and add them to the crockpot!
Serve over cauliflower rice or spaghetti squash and enjoy!
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30 thoughts on “Crockpot Thai Chicken Curry”
Sarah! This looks so yummy- I’m going to throw it in my crockpot this week and also trick my family into cauliflower rice 🙂
I love it! Let me know if they fall for it! 🙂
Sounds delicious! Will have tp try it.
Let me know what you think!
I use coconut flour for most of my baking and the oil for almost everything!
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My favorite coconut product is coconut oil. I use it for frying eggs, etc.
My favorite coconut product is coconut oil. I use it for frying eggs,etc.
I love coconut oil. I use a dollop in our breakfast smoothies every morning.
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My favorite is coconut oil, it has so many uses!
I love, love, love coconut oil and was initially drawn to it because of its healing properties. The uses & benefits are endless, phenomenal! Ive come to realize the importance of eliminating refined sweets & treats completly. Having coconut flour to make healthy alternatives to indulge in would really be a blessing! Grateful for this opportunity ♥
My favorite coconut product is shredded coconut. I use it when I make my coconut Bundt cake or coconut macaroons.
I love using TT coconut oil and have wanted to try their coconut flour….I absolutely love coconut and this flour would be great in our waffles, carrot cake, and some homemade twix bars!
Homemade Twix bars?! Yum!!
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I like to use the coconut oil in beauty products that i make.
this looks so easy!!! I’m trying it tonight!
Let me know what you think! It is really so simple! And the curry paste, coconut milk and fish sauce can all be found in the Thai section of the grocery store!
Hi there! Should the chicken be raw, cooked or frozen in this recipe?
Great question, Lauren! It should be raw. You could use cooked chicken and cook it on low for the same amount of time! You would still want the flavors to meld and develop. 🙂
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