• Serves 4
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 11 Ingredients


A delicious and super tasty dish that my family adores. Great for re-freezing. A brilliant Thai Chicken Curry dish for all year round and warms up the body in the colder winter months.

Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 500 gm Chicken thigh or breast
  • 400 gm Tin of asian mixed vegtables
  • 1 cup Green Beans
  • 4x TBLS Red Thai Curry Paste - Asia at Home
  • 1x TBLS Oil - Canola or Olive
  • 2 x 270 ml Cans of - Ayam Coconut milk
  • 1x TBLS Brown Sugar
  • 1 1/2 Cups Rice - Jasmin or whatever rice you like
  • 2 Cups Water - For rice
  • 1 pinch Basil for garnish - Optional
  • 3 x Kaffir lime leaf - Optional


  1. Prepare the beans in a cup and chop chicken into slices. Open can of Asian vegetables and the jar of Thai red curry and set aside kaffir lime leaf. Put to the side of the stove where cooking.
  2. Get a saucepan and put the 1 x TBLS of oil in and turn on med/high. While the pan is heating start to prepare rice and 2 cups of water together and leave to cook. I normally use a microwave rice cooker from Kmart and it takes approx 17-18 mins to cook rice perfectly.
  3. Place red curry paste in pan and mix with oil for approx 1 min then add chicken. Cook the chicken fillet half way through then add in the 2 cans of coconut milk. Add the asian vegetables plus the kaffir lime leaf and stir through for 5 mins. Turn down to low heat and add the green beans. Add the 1 TBLS of brown sugar stir in. Leave on low heat simmering and stirring occasionally for a further 10-15 mins, then take off the stove.
  4. Put the cooked rice into a bowl along with the prepared Chicken Thai curry. Add the basil to rice for extra flavour and to garnish. And Enjoy!


A family favourite!

  • Oh interesting I’ve never seen Asian vegetables in a tin I’ll have to keep an eye out. I like to add a ton of diced Pineapple to my red curry when making it for my little one, the pineapple chunks are nice texture and the juice gives it a nice sweetness and cuts through some of the heat.


  • Oooooo, looks lush. Love a Thai curry and we don’t have them.often enough


  • We make a lot of Thai dishes – Red Thai Chicken Curry being one of the favourites. This is a similar recipe to the one I make. Delicious.


  • A favourite chicken meal we love,it looks amazing!


  • I do like that little bit of spice.


  • What a great alternative to take out.


  • It certainly is the weather for such a warming dish – we all love a good curry so can’t wait to try this one!


  • A delicious recipe and wonderful ingredients.


  • yum love a good red curry – thank you for sharing your recipe


  • Yum, looks like a great recipe!


  • We’ve introduced curries into our meals for our family and we’re learning to love them… by tempering the heat. We’ve never been into spicy foods, but loving the addition of curries. Haven’t tried a red one yet, but will.


  • Looks great, but not quite spicy enough for my household. Thanks for sharing.


  • I love the baby corn you used and it sounds delicious thanks for sharing


  • Red thai chicken curry is one of our favourite meals too.
    Love a good curry to warm up the body during the cooler months.


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