Although it is spicy, the sweetness of coconut milk, the flavor of vegetables, and the spices of green curry go well with rice, and the dish will give you energy. It also tastes good on top of pho noodles!!
Cut the eggplants into 12 pieces and soak in water. Cut bell peppers in half, take out the seeds and cut into 1 cm pieces. Mince bamboo shoots. Cut the chicken thigh into 1.5 cm cubes.
Add a small amount of oil to a pan and sauté chicken cubes with the skin on the bottom. When the chicken is lightly browned, turn it over and let it cook through.
When the chicken is cooked, first add eggplants, then bamboo shoots, and lastly some bell peppers. When they are cooked, take the pan off the heat.
Heat a small amount of oil in a slightly large pot and stir in the green curry paste over low heat until aromatic. Once fragrant, add the ♪ marked ingredients and let it boil.
When it comes to a boil, add cooked chicken and vegetables and let it boil again to finish!
I used this paste and coconut milk. I recommend using coconut milk from a bulk supermarket because it is cheap and creamy. The Carrefour chain of supermarkets carries cheap curry paste.
Story Behind this Recipe
I make this every year, so I decided to make a recipe for it. I make this dish whenever I'm not feeling well or want more energy.
If you can't find shrimp paste, add one teaspoon of fish sauce instead. This dish is spicy, so it is not recommended for children. Be careful not to let the curry boil for too long as the components of coconut milk will break apart and the oil will float to the top, which will compromise the flavor.