Stacey and Matty 7 December 2017
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Thai Yellow Curry Served In Coconut Bowls
BECAUSE SERVING CURRY IN A BOWL IS, LIKE, SO LAST YEAR!
PREP TIME: 15 MINS || COOK TIME: 20 MINS || SERVES: 4
1. Set a large pan or wok over medium/ high heat. Add the curry paste a cook for a minute or two, stirring occasionally, until the paste begins to sizzle and becomes fragrant.
2. Add the onions and cook for another minute. Stir in the coconut milk until well combined.
3. Add the bell pepper, green beans, potato, green beans and chicken. Bring to the boil.
4. Cover, reduce to a simmer and cook for 15 minutes or until the chicken is cooked. Stir through the pineapple and tomatoes. If serving in coconut bowls, follow the directions given in the post above for preparing the coconuts
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