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Healthy eating - Low-carb Thai coconut curry chicken recipe!

While most coconut-based curries are loaded with sugar, this one is a low calorie recipe so you can have it even if you're on a weight loss plan. 

Healthy eating - Low-carb Thai coconut curry chicken recipe!
Low-cal Thai coconut curry chicken recipe- Image for representational purposes only

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: If you're a person who loves to savour Thai cuisine, here is one simple, yet healthy mouth-watering delicious recipe from Verywell.com that you can easily make it at home.

While most coconut-based curries are loaded with sugar, this one is a low calorie recipe so you can have it even if you're on a weight loss plan. All you need to do is to carefully follow the instructions given below, including picking ingredients and methods of preparation.

Also Read: Top five diabetic-friendly recipes!

Ingredients:

1 tablespoon oil (olive, coconut, peanut or high-oleic safflower)

1/2 medium of chopped onion

1 medium red bell pepper, cored, seeded and chopped

Thai spices – you can use Thai seasoning or curry as per your choice

Salt to taste

1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts or thighs (You can cut in bite-sized pieces)

1 can unsweetened coconut milk (try uisng light or regular)

12 ounces fresh or frozen green beans

Preparation method

Heat 1 tablespoon oil (olive, coconut, peanut, or high-oleic safflower) in a frying pan or skillet.

Now, add 1/2 medium chopped onion and 1 medium chopped red bell pepper. Stir and cook until onion turns brown and tender. Add Thai spices, including the salt or seasoning salt with the appropriate amount and depending on how much spicy you want. Stir until you begin to smell the aroma of spices.

Now, add the 1 pound chopped chicken pieces. Stir and cook until the chicken is almost cooked through. Also, add the 1 can unsweetened coconut milk (you may add 2/3 of the can if you want it thicker).

Add the 12 ounces fresh or frozen green beans and bring it to a boil, and then simmer until they are al dente.

Serving Suggestion: For an optimum taste, serve over cauliflower rice.

 

 

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