Ready in 22 minutes
Quick and easy. Very flavorful. Adjust the curry paste to your taste, adding more for extra hotness!
"Cooked this recently and it is awesome!! I adjusted a few things including using coconut milk instead of the cream and adding 4 chopped shallots and fresh ginger. Turned out very flavorful but not overpowering"- sbwakfk1
Top-ranked recipe named "Thai Curry Chicken w/ Sweet Red Peppers"
In Large skillet on medium heat, melt butter. Add curry paste, 1/4 tsp salt; cook, stirring until fragrant and browning (approx. 1 minute). Add red pepper; cook until softened (approx. 2 minutes). Pour in cream, bring to gentle boil and stir.
Add chicken, reduce heat, simmer, stirring often for approx. 8 minutes or until chicken is no longer pink in the middle. Stir in Lime juice and zest. Add more salt to taste.
Serve with sprinkled peanuts (optional), basil and lime wedges to squeeze on top.
JimOntario 2 months agothis was really good (with coconut milk as suggested). The sauce did not thicken, I hope that it wasn't supposed to? Would like it thicker though. Any suggestions?
danielmclion 7 months ago:/ Sorry, but butter and cream??? Red currypaste and red pepper? Use (sesame or peanut) oil and (reduced) coconut milk. Yellow (or green) currypaste. Salt with fish sauce. Use 'holy' basil and cilantro to finish. (If you want to call it Thai!) :)
nicolegouin 9 months agoAdded a bit of coconut cream, delicious
kdvo 1 year agoNo fuss, and delicious. Thanks.
Vwchic 1 year agoAwesome!!! Used extra curry and cocunut milk plus garlic and cumin, tumeric, and Serrano pepper. Served over basmati or jasmine. Yum!
stacynavarretediccion 2 years agoMade this three times since Feb. Very easy to prepare. I used coconut milk as suggested. Added more paste for more kick/spice. Thanks for sharing!
sbwakfk1 2 years agoCooked this recently and it is awesome!! I adjusted a few things including using coconut milk instead of the cream and adding 4 chopped shallots and fresh ginger. Turned out very flavorful but not overpowering
Sparklespade 2 years agoAdd chopped fresh ginger and replace dairy with coconut milk.
caladezi 2 years agoThis is the recipe I have been searching for! Next time I fix this, I might just use less cream & use coconut milk in it's place. But thank you so much for posting this!!
Fade2black111 2 years agoI added some shallots, soy sauce, and used coconut milk instead of whipping cream and it was one of the tastiest dishes I've ever eaten!! Thanks!