Chef Wan Recipe For Chicken Curry
Thai Green Curry is a spicy, fragrant, coconut-based curry made with lemongrass, galangal, and fresh green chili peppers. Included in the recipe are answers to any questions you might have about using store-bought curry paste versus making it from scratch.
Chef Wan Recipe For Chicken Curry
Unlike other Thai curries, this one is all about the meat and minimal vegetables with beef being the most commonly used meat ingredient in panang curry. While beef is the most common meat ingredient, other options such as chicken, pork, liver and fish can be used as good substitutes if preferred and despite not needing vegetables, small bitter eggplants can be added to infuse more depth of flavour and texture in a panang recipe.
In some parts of Thailand, traditional regional variations of the recipe exist such as Thai chicken panang; this can be found available in local restaurants of specific cities. A chicken panang recipe is typically a balance of sour and spicy rather than the sweet and spicy of beef panang, although this can simply depend on the chef. There are also seafood variations which are more common to coastal locations in Thailand where ingredients such as shrimp, crab and squid are more accessible, affordable and fresh.
5 tablespoons coconut cream 3 tablespoons green curry paste (see below) 1 teaspoon fish sauce (nam plaa) 180ml stock 180g sea bass fillet or any white-fleshed fish, chicken, prawns, pork or bean curd A few pea aubergines (optional) 2 washed and torn kaffir lime leaves 3 red or green chillies, de-seeded and finely sliced Handful of picked Thai basil leaves
Heat the coconut cream, add 3tbsp of the paste and simmer over a medium high heat, stirring regularly until fragrant (about 5 minutes). Season with fish sauce then moisten with the stock. Bring to the boil, add the fish, meat or bean curd you are using together with the pea aubergines and simmer just long enough to cook through. Finish with the lime leaves, chillies and basil. Thai green curry recipes
Add in some chicken broth too, and then after simmering a while, thicken the whole thing with a quick cornstarch slurry. This just means dissolving some cornstarch in a minimal amount of cold water and adding to the curry. It thickens up right away.
More good news about this chicken curry: it freezes beautifully! Simply add the curry to a freezer friendly container or ziplock bag, wait til it is completely cooled, and then pop it in the freezer where it will stay good for up to two months. Thaw it in the fridge for 24 hours and then follow the same reheating instructions above. Or live life on the edge like me and add the whole frozen mass to a pan with a few tablespoons of water and heat super low and slow.
I love this way of discarding the liquid after 5 minutes of boiling the chicken which gives a clearer broth, and it is so much easier than skimming scum off the top. I love this poached chicken with these scrumptious dipping sauces. Sometimes I use the poached chicken for salads too. Thank you for this lovely recipe!
I absolutely love chicken rice especially from Singapore. So when I started googling recipes this one came up as the most simple, concise and easy to use and follow. I made this on a Sunday, and the total time with breaks in between probably took about two hours. Once I get the hang of it I could probably do this in about 45 minutes with cooking the chicken and the rice. It tasted outstanding. Believe it or not, just the simple seasoning of the salt, ginger and Green onions made the chicken taste delicious. The second star of the show was the rice. And the part about letting it sit with a lid on is critical. The steam makes it even more moist and fluffy so do not remove the lid. I made this as a make ahead dinner. I will probably reheat the items gently for another day this week. But overall the taste is fantastic and brings me back to Singapore. I opted not to make the chili sauce but will serve it traditional with the cucumber.
This is a great recipe and I love Hainan Chicken and had for the first time at a vendor in Singapore. Question: you list sesame oil under the ingredients for the chicken but make no reference to it in the instructions. When do you use the sesame oil?
Wow. This is a great recipe. I watched some people on TV eating chicken rice and suddenly needed it in my life. For a first try, this turned out perfectly and is SO delicious. I also love how the broth from the chicken is used to layer that flavour into multiple dinner components and the ginger garlic sauce-sublime. Even the rice was amazingly tasty! The only alterations I made were to throw in a red chilli and cilantro leaves into the soup broth which were strained out before serving and I used key limes (and I used a bit extra) in the spicy sauce. I will happily make this again. Thanks!
Thanks for sharing this recipe! My friend from Singapore recently visited me and brought a packet mix of this to try, I loved it so am now doing it from scratch! Her kit also contained some sauce to pour over the chicken after cooking, before serving. I believe it is more garlic, ginger and sesame oil. Have you come across this?
The recipe looks very good. I used to live in Singapore for 40+ years and visited the Ghim Moh market several times each week for meat, vegetables and makan. I now cook Hainanese Chicken, Hokkien Mee and various curries (including fish head curry) in San Francisco. Please publish more Singapore/Malaysian-inspired recipes.
Great recipe! Turned out nicely. I added twice the amount of ginger and scallions to be the stuffing. Also an awesome, awesome sauce: 4-5 green onion stalks, 1/4 cup of peanut or canola oil, 1/4 cup sesame oil, 1.5 inches of ginger blended till smooth. Amazing with this chicken!
This is an amazing recipe! I used it often when my family was living in Luxembourg, and my children really missed their favourite food ? but now that we are back in Singapore, where chicken rice is so easily available, I find that this dish still wows when I cook it! Thanks for sharing ?
hey, ive tried your recipe before and it really reallly nice! but i overly put the chilli paddy so very spicy. However, it is really nice to eat it with the chicken rice. nyum nyum.. Now im going to cook this recipe again and do the same chili again.. Hopefully this time it works! Thanks!
I really love the chickenrice. I live in Europe and I notice that the sauce they serve with the chickenrice in chinese restaurants is made of chopped ginger, green onions and lots of oil. Yours really looks different and I have never tasted before will try your recipe myself.Rene Fong
I just completed the chicken portion and WOW it came out soooo yummy. I was a bit skeptical that just scallions, salt and ginger could give it enough flavor but they brought out the natural chicken-y taste. This recipe is now in my permanent rotation.
Hello Jess and Jaden, thank you for the great recipe! I`ve tried making it recently, but with a lot of modification. You probably won`t call it a chicken rice, lol. Do you mind if I link this page to my post? Thanks!
hope your cooking show comes through jaden! thanks u jess too for sharing the recipe to steamy kitchen. i wonder if this hainanese chicken is the same at the steamed white chicken recipe, that is served cold and is crusted in clear gelatiny substance from fat?
Nice photos and recipe for my most favourite recipe from home ever. I swear I eat it everyday when I go back to Singapore. I got such a craving reading this page that I made this yesterday, albeit with brown jasmine rice and leg quarters rather than a whole chicken.
Thanks for the inspiring photos & recipes, from a homesick Singaporean. I love chicken rice. Made this yesterday with brown jasmine rice and leg quarters. Do you reheat the leftover chicken or eat it cold?
Thank you for this recipe. My husband is Singaporean and when he misses home, he asks me to make chicken rice. Your recipe sounds great, and I am intrigued by your chili paste. I normally have to seek out hot chilis and try to pulverize them without getting anything on my skin or in my eyes. Not easy. We always have sriracha, so I can make it easily. ?
Yea, I know exactly what you mean. I find cooking with cream can make things cloying rich, which is why I usually use regular milk instead of cream (even in cream sauces for pasta). You can check out my Butter Chicken recipe for how I use cashew nuts to add richness to that particular curry ( -chicken-recipe/) using cashew nuts and water.
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Thai Green Curry Chicken, 'Gaeng Khiao Wan Gai'This is a simple and authentic Thai recipe that we enjoy preparing with chicken and just a bit of fresh seasonal greens (in this recipe we used green beans). Our basic recipe a delicious green curry with nice flavors that a Thai purist would enjoy. The dish is also made with Thai eggplant or Tiny eggplant.
You might also be interested in our similar recipe for a red curry (Gaeng phed gai). We also have a slightly more complicated recipe for Green Curry with Fresh Chile, Chicken, Eggplant & Kaffir Lime, Gaeng Khiao Wan Gai.
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