Keto Coconut Chicken Curry


Here you can learn how to create a Keto Coconut Chicken Curry meal for yourself and anyone else that might be mooching off of your desire to cook large meals for yourself. But first a super brief history of my relation to this dish…

I went to the first Thai restaurant in my area and ordered the Moo Mee (Red Curry Chicken) to go. It was a delicious Thai curry chicken that you can make at home without any oil, just coconut milk and spices. So I decided to make the Keto version of Coconut Chicken Curry at my dwelling that I share with children. The End.


Keto Curry Crowd-Pleaser


The Keto Coconut Chicken Curry Recipe was really tasty. I was really worried that the coconut milk would ruin the flavor, but oh boy there it was! The spicy red curry chicken was a delicious and flavorful addition to the flavor profile of the meal. I served my favorite coconut curry chicken a little spicy.

Keto coconuts for your eyes

Coconuts ARE Keto

There is a healthy dose of flavor that isn’t going to be overwhelming. I think this is perfect for making a Keto friendly low-carb Thai restaurant dinner party for my kids. Maybe my daughter will try Coconut Chicken Curry this time while the rest of my family is enjoying their favorite curry dish again. I think it goes without saying that you can purchase most the ingredients for Coconut Curry Keto Chicken at your local Costco or Whole Foods. Or you know…wherever groceries are sold. And while you are out and about maybe do some research on things that you can supplement your low-carb Keto diet habits with, like Tier 2 Keto. The lifestyle change I have taken after switching to Keto has been pretty amazing for me. It all started with a simple routine change that slowly snowballed into a much healtheir and tasty lifestyle for me. Anyways enough of me rambling Ketogenic propaganda…


The Items Required…


Ingredients:

Thai chilies for the spicy keto

Thai chilies best chilies

  • 1 ½ c. coconut milk
  • 1 tablespoon chili powder (optional)
  • 1 tablespoon cayenne pepper (or more or less)
  • ½ teaspoon garlic powder
  • ¼ teaspoon white pepper
  • 3 tablespoons rice wine vinegar
  • 1 Onion
  • 2-50 Thai chilies, Habaneros, Ghost Peppers, etc… (Spice factor up to you)
  • 1 package of Thai Curry stuff
    OR
  • 2 Tablespoons of whatever curry powder you fancy
  • ½ Thai Chicken Breast (16 ounces)
  • 4 cloves garlic minced
  • 1/4 teaspoon red chili paste
  • 2 tablespoons coconut cream

How To Make The Keto Coconut Chicken Curry:


  1. First thing’s first: Heat up yo skillet Fam.
  2. Add some oil, garlic, Thai chili’s, onions and whatever other spicy delicious bullshit you wanna throw into this pot of goodness.
    • I would go with some Habaneros and Ghost Peppers as they are pretty sweet and actually spicy unlike that weak-ass cayenne powder Thai chili combo (although I will admit it is a delicious combo just not a very spicy one). Or just grow some Carolina Reapers for yourself.
  3. Saute all that up for a bit .
  4. Don’t burn the garlic.
  5. Add your chicken in there and cook it until it is cooked…
  6. Add all of the other stuff that you didn’t use into a food processor and process it.
    • Don’t over do it though, it can be a bit lumpy but it should be smooth like baby vomit.
  7. Add the processed slurry of delicious southeastern Asian flavors to the skillet with the chicken. Reduce heat to low. cover that bad boy up, and let it cook for 30 min or so.
  8. Salt it if you think it needs salt, add water to it if you think it is too thick.
  9. Taste test things often and it will be really hard to screw this up.

Notes:


The coconut milk will really help thicken this dish up. I also added 1 tablespoon of curry paste to my sauce to add more spice. If you don’t want a Thai curry sauce, you can substitute 1 tablespoon of soy sauce with 1 tablespoon of soy sauce flavored coconut milk and 3 tablespoons of tamari to make a vegan tamari based masala sauce.


Curry in the pan on the stove

Looks suspiciously close to baby vomit doesn’t it…


Keto Coconut Chicken Curry Conclusion


You can serve this Keto-friendly Coconut Chicken Curry in front of your friends at a dinner party. I had dinner with 2 old friends plus some children who happened to be hanging around with their mouths open and it was a pretty big success with no issues. Now maybe they will stop making fun of me for incessantly talking about Keto for the past year or so but it seems doubtful. After all I’m sure that your friends and loved ones are overjoyed to hear more about your Keto lifestyle…


Keto Thai Food Still Taste Good

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