Yellow Chicken Curry

We have made this with several cuts of chicken- baked it and grilled it. It is always delightful! In this recipe we prepare it in the dutch oven. It has a fantastic flavor but is not too spicy or hot. We highly suggest using the curry paste as a marinade and grilling some drumsticks - everyone will love them.
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Course Dinner, Main Course
Cuisine Asian


  • 1 Lb. Chicken Thighs boneless, skinless
  • 2 Tablespoons Premixed Yellow Curry Paste to taste
  • 3/4 Cup Chicken Stock
  • 1 Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 1.5 Cup Fresh French Green Beans


  • Add the olive oil to a frying pan.
  • Wash the beans and set aside
  • When the pan is hot, add the chicken and brown on medium heat (2-4 minutes).
  • Add the chicken stock.
  • Add the yellow curry paste (start with the two tablespoons. and add more to adjust the heat).
  • Add the beans
  • Cook 30 minutes until the chicken is no longer pink. These are thighs (dark meat) so they will not turn white. If you are unsure if cooked thoroughly, use a meat thermometer and cook until chicken temp is 165 degrees F.
  • You can break them up a bit or leave whole


Add some coconut milk and make it coconut curry! 
You can mix white and dark meat or make the chicken whole.
Don't forget to try the drumsticks on the gill 
If you want to know what is in this Curry Paste here is a pic of the ingredients
Keyword chicken, creamy, easy
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