Green Curry Chicken

  • poocasile Posted: 12/03/09
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    This is a very basic, easy recipe that is great to make on a busy week night. I like it as written but have also made adjustments with sauce/vegetables. Nothing I would serve company but is fine for a quick dinner.

  • carolfitz Posted: 10/08/09
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    Made to recipe BUT would tweak if we did again. Definitely increase the amount of curry paste, minimum 1tbs and then more to taste. Add a bit of cornstarch & broth to thicken the sauce. Maybe include a small amount of brown sugar. As written, this is quick and easy but just okay.

  • LauraK Posted: 10/08/09
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    So simple, so delicious. We used about twice the recommended amount of curry and added just a little sriracha.

  • MrsDorsch Posted: 12/03/09
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    I made this pretty much according to recipe except added some fresh ginger, green onion, and extra curry paste. Topped with Sriracha and it was delicious!

  • lovemysouschef Posted: 10/25/09
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    I was really disappointed with this recipe. It was quick and easy but very bland, even with extra curry paste. I had to add more salt, and it still needed something--will try Sriracha on the leftovers. There are some delicious curry chicken recipes from CL, so I'll definitely be going back to those in the future.

  • CAgirlinIA Posted: 11/27/09
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    I too was disappointed in this recipe - was expecting way more flavor and fire. I made it from the October issue and next time will check ratings here first! I much prefer the sauce in Broiled Tilapia with Thai Coconut-Curry Sauce which uses RED curry paste, garlic, ginger and curry powder. I will make this again (liked the tofu idea!) but will definitely doctor it up!

  • SouthsideAmy Posted: 10/13/09
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    The family loved this recipe, but it did require doctoring up as the other raters suggested. I, too, used double the green curry and I also stirred in a bit curry powder and a bit more salt than suggested. The original recipe was a bit bland. Once it was on the table, we used Srichana chili sauce to spice it up. But for a super easy weeknight dinner (ready in 30 minutes), this is a keeper recipe (doctored up!).

  • Rachel1207 Posted: 01/02/10
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    VERY BLAND. I doubled the green curry paste and it still needed WAY more. It did smell really good, though. I didn't use peppers because I don't like them, so I substituted other vegetables. There was also way too much coconut milk. The first cup was plenty - I shouldn't have added the rest, because I think that diluted the flavor even more. I think this recipe has potential, but it needs a lot of work.

  • ChristineBeers Posted: 10/28/09
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    On the recommendation of other reviewers I doubled the amount of curry paste. It was way too hot, and I live in Texas, make my own hot sauce with chili piquines and put it on everything. I'm not a real wimp when it comes to heat. Maybe I happened to get a more authentic curry paste because it was from an Asian grocer, I don't know. I will make this again though and will use much less of the curry paste. I liked the texture of the peppers and am always a huge fan of anything creamy served over rice. Plus it was super easy and fast. I would recommend adding the paste as you go. I may be changing the rating in coming weeks...

  • LauraFry Posted: 10/01/09
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    Very easy and good taste. I added much more curry paste and it was still mild, so I would recommend tasting as you go along and adding paste if you like it with a little more fire! easy work day family meal. Kids loved it, but I used brown rice

  • Beuhlak Posted: 11/18/09
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    I totally agree with other reviewers....this recipe is a bit bland. It had decent flavor on it's own, but once it hit the rice....there it went. It has great potential though! I used brown jasmine rice & pan-seared tofu & added a little Sriracha & cilantro as a finish hoping to bump up the flavor...but it still lacks something. I think next time the addition of a Pasilla or jalapeno and some fresh basil might just do the trick. Maybe some crushed peanuts for crunch? I'm going to keep trying and let you know!

  • SFChicky Posted: 03/17/10
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    We actually really loved this recipe! I'm not a big fan of spicy, so the amt in the recipe was just enough to feel a little bite. It had a great sweetness to it that I wasn't expecting. I'm sure it's going to become one of our staple meals.

  • MeganCalPoly Posted: 07/02/10
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    This recipe was very yummy. All of us, myself, my husband and my 1 y.o. really liked it. I did add some minced garlic and fresh ginger and a few carrots b/c I needed to use them up (I steamed them before adding at the end). I used close to 3 tsp of the curry and it wasn't spicy. Might add some more next time. Definitely a keeper!

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