Before we begin, we want to say thank you and welcome to the Coffee Club Community! We are grateful for all of our members, and we are extremely excited to be publishing our first ever authentic recipe for you to try and enjoy.
One reason we are so excited about creating the Coffee Club is because we want to create a community that encourages members to share tips & tricks with cooking, coffee and everything else in the world. So sharpen those knives, heat up the stove & get ready to enjoy an authentic taste of Thailand.
Cost & Ingredients
Total Cost: Under $20 ($19.40 to be exact)
- Canola Oil (2 tsp)
- Mushrooms (1 cup)
- Red Pepper (1 - chopped)
- Fresh Ginger (4 tsp - peeled/minced)
- Garlic (4 cloves - minced)
- Lemongrass (3 inch stalk - cut lengthwise)
- Green Onion (1/2 cup - in strips)
- Green Curry Paste (3 tsp)
- Low-Sodium Chicken Broth (2 cups)
- Cilantro (3-4 tbsp)
- Fresh Lime Juice (2 Tbsp)
- Lite Coconut Milk (2 cups)
- Fish Sauce (5 tsp)
- Sugar (1 tbsp)
- Chicken Breast (2-3 Cups)
- Rice (2 Cups)
- Green Pepper (1 - chopped)
- Yellow Pepper (1 cup - chopped)
- (We love peppers)
- Jalapeño Seeds (2 peppers worth)
Step 1 - Layout all Ingredients and Feel Good About Eating Healthy
Step 2 - Prep
Now that you're feeling great about your healthy lifestyle choices, it's time to sharpen those knives, grab the cutting board & get to work. Spend the next 10-15 minutes cutting all of the veggies, starting the rice cooker & prepping the chicken by cutting it into bite size pieces.
Thai Tip: One of my favorite things about Thailand is that we enjoyed about 99% of all meals without a fork because everything is prepared/cut so that you do not need one. This same principle is now applied to our cooking in the States because we want everyone to enjoy our cooking with only a fork and/or spoon.
Step 3: Fire it Up
Grab a skillet (for the chicken) and pot (for the soup), pour some olive oil, swirl it to coat the pan/pot & wait for it to get hot. In the skillet, cook your chicken until it is beautifully cooked like in the picture above.
In the pot, add your:
- Green/Red Peppers
- Jalapeño Seeds
Cook these ingredients for approximately 3 minutes stirring occasionally then add the green curry paste and continue to cook for 1 minute.
Thai Tip: If you have access to an international store, Bird's Eye Chilies are the authentic substitute for Jalapeño seed to make sure that the meal is "pet maak" (very spicy).
Step 4: Get Simmering
Once the veggies have been thoroughly cooked in Step 3, it's time to add the chicken broth, coconut milk, fish sauce & sugar. Bring the concoction to a boil, reduce heat to low, cover & simmer for 10 minutes
Step 5: Finishing Touches
Once the soup has simmered for 10 minutes, add your pre-cooked chicken to the pan, cook for an additional 1 minute & discard the lemongrass. Now it's time to add the finishing touches and "plate" your first homemade taste of Thailand. Add the desired amount of green onion, cilantro & lime juice. Then sit back, relax & proudly look at the finished product.
Arroy Mai (Delicious)? Leave us your thoughts, tips & tricks that you used to make this meal your own. Again, thank you so much for your support, and we look forward to bringing you the next recipe on November 1st! Until then, enjoy your Thai food & coffee, and we will catch you on the flip side!
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