Easiest ever slow cooker Thai chicken curry

Get out your slow cooker for a comforting creamy Thai chicken curry. Simply leave the aromatic flavours to meld for several hours to make a satisfying supper.

Follow these points on how to make perfect Thai chicken curry in your slow cooker:

  • Cook off 3 tbsp Thai green curry paste in a dry pan until smelling fragrant then pour in 400ml coconut milk, stir to combine then remove from the heat. 
  • Put 800g halved, skinless and boneless chicken thighs into a slow cooker.
  • Add in 1 chopped aubergine2 sliced lemongrass stalks, piece of sliced ginger, 6 lime leaves, 1 tbsp brown sugar and 1 tbsp fish sauce.
  • Pour in the curried coconut milk, give everything a good stir then cook on low for 6-8 hours.
  • Serve with rice and Thai basil scattered over.    

See the full recipe for slow cooker Thai chicken curry.

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Clare Weight
4th Mar, 2018
Videos can be helpful but I still prefer a list of ingredients, prep and cook times, how many servings, nutritional info and the ability to save to my recipes. Is this 4 servings?
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goodfoodteam
15th Mar, 2018
Thanks for your question. You'll find the full recipe here: https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/slow-cooker-thai-curry
Clare Weight
4th Mar, 2018
Should the slow cooker be on low or high for this?
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goodfoodteam
7th Mar, 2018
Thanks for your question. It should be on the low setting.
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