We all have those delicious comforting recipes we love. You know, the ones that warm our hearts, minds and tastebuds at the same time. This delicious chicken curry is one of those recipes. All you need is a few simple ingredients, a few minutes and an instant pot and you will feel like you’re in another country enjoying their incredible cuisine.
So, let’s talk curry
Curry is a spice that is usually a powder but can also be in the form of a post (or a leaf if we want to get complicated). Thai, Indian, spicy, sweet, green and red are different options when you’re choosing what’s for dinner tonight.
This golden-yellow spice is sold everywhere these days – online, in stores or at local markets. Usually the powder consists of turmeric, coriander, ginger, cloves, cumin and a few other spices. All of these spices contain different phytonutrients that contribute to overall well being and total health. What a freaking awesome powerhouse put into a small glass container!
So, let’s cook with the powder today. I picked mine up from a local store and used it to make this delicious chicken curry soup. 1 pot, a few ingredients and a little time is all you need to make this chicken curry from the comfort of your own home. Here’s what you’ll need:
coconut milk (canned)
onion & garlic
Let’s make it!
In the instant pot
3-4 chicken breasts
1 can coconut milk (full-fat)
32 oz. chicken broth
2 T. curry powder
1 jalapeno (optional)
1 onion, 6 garlic cloves & 1 tsp. fresh grated ginger
– add into the instant pot with the other ingredients
– press poultry (30 minutes), set to seal & go do something you love!
– top with cilantro & lime juice once it’s done & you’re set
Follow it with up with these delicious grain-free brownies and you’ve get yourself covered!
What’s your favorite curry recipe? Let me know below because I am crazy for curry!
Pam Treffehn says
Sounds delicious, but I need some clarification.
What do you mean by “ press poultry (30 minutes)“
On the Instant Pot, there is a ‘poultry’ button. Press than and then adjust the time to 30 minutes! I hope that’s helpful 🙂
Pam Treffehn says
As a person who has only ever used Manual or Steam on my Instant Pot, after I wrote the question, I googled ‘pressed poultry’ – there IS such a thing. When I finally went and LOOKED at my Instant Pot – it was a Smack Head moment!
Hehe, no worries at all!! I’m glad you know now 🙂