Fragrant Chicken Curry

  • 5MINS
  • 30MINS
  • Serves 4
  • 321KCAL

We're all for a budget-friendly, time-saving hack, so this recipe uses a shop-bought Malaysian curry paste to save on buying a long list of ingredients. Mild and aromatic, our Fragrant Chicken Curry gets its creaminess from a coconut plant-based drink, which also keeps it lower in calories. It's on the table in just 35 minutes and, best of all, you'll only have one pan to wash up after dinner!

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Fragrant Chicken Curry

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Super easy and really tasty
I made this in the slow cooker as had a busy day ahead. I just put everything in together and left all day. Was really tasty and everyone loved it
Omg amazing!
I couldn’t wait to try this recipe but couldn’t find Malaysian paste so used laksa paste instead, the taste was amazing!! So easy to make would recommend to everyone.

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StellaWednesday 7th February 2024

Unable to find Malaysian curry paste. Any suggestions on where I can buy it or what I can use instead please?


    Cheryl LloydWednesday 7th February 2024

    You can use Laksa paste. There are different brands available and many supermarkets do their own brand.

    You could also use a rendang paste if you prefer 😊


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