How to Make Thai Green Curry #Healthyeating

I learnt how to make this on Koh Panang so pretty authentic. Enjoy!

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How to Make Thai Green Curry #Healthyeating Recipe
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I make this healthier by serving it with steamed greens rather than rice

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Get ingredients ready. Slice a red or green chilli, slice some beans, carrot and aubergine (eggplant), slice two chicken breasts. About 3 torn kaffir lime leaves and 1/4 of a chicken stock cube

Get ingredients ready. Slice a red or green chilli, slice some beans, carrot and aubergine (eggplant), slice two chicken breasts. About 3 torn kaffir lime leaves and 1/4 of a chicken stock cube

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Put one can of coconut milk and 2 tbsps of green thai curry paste (you can either buy it or find good recipes on the internet to make your own) in a pan, bring to the boil and simmer for about 2 mins.

Put one can of coconut milk and 2 tbsps of green thai curry paste (you can either buy it or find good recipes on the internet to make your own) in a pan, bring to the boil and simmer for about 2 mins.

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Add the chicken and carrot and simmer for another 2 mins

Add the chicken and carrot and simmer for another 2 mins

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Add the aubergine and chilli

Add the aubergine and chilli

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Add the stock cube, beans and kaffir lime leaves along with 1 tsp fish sauce and 1 tsp soy sauce. Simmer until the chicken is cooked and serve immediately.

Add the stock cube, beans and kaffir lime leaves along with 1 tsp fish sauce and 1 tsp soy sauce. Simmer until the chicken is cooked and serve immediately.

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Serve topped with torn thai basil leaves (you can also stir a few through if you like). Server with Asian steamed greens (recipe to follow...)

Serve topped with torn thai basil leaves (you can also stir a few through if you like). Server with Asian steamed greens (recipe to follow...)

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