You can find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Add 3 heaped tablespoons of the curry paste save the rest for another day and a splash of coconut milk, then fry for 30 seconds, or until smelling fantastic, stirring continuously. Massan Curry Paste - The Massaman curry base is very unique — spices like fennel, cumin, coriander, cloves, cardamoms, cinnamon and black peppercorns are pounder together with the usual suspects, red chillies, shallots, lemongrass, ginger and galangal. I admit it, I am guilty, I have done it times and times again! Pour in the stock and the coconut milk. To help bring in some cool to the heat of the curry and freshness.
Either way, this Thai Turkey Curry will please your taste buds. Cook on a medium heat setting for around two minutes to help tenderize the peppers. Add in your chopped red and yellow peppers. Of course, there are lots of things you can do with turkey leftovers: from turkey sandwiches to … turkey soup to … But, if you want a super easy recipe that is totally different from the traditional Christmas fare, why not try my Leftover Turkey Thai Green Curry? But, because of the full-fat coconut milk being used, and serving over rice, it can add in some fat and calories you need to take into account. Serve with either basmati or jasmine rice.
Add your rice to the boiling water and wait for the grains to start dancing around. We may share your information with our advertising and analytic partners. Add the asparagus or baby corn and your green curry paste and stir-fry for about 30 seconds. Rattan Direct The Recipe Show is brought to you by Rattan Direct. Serve garnished with an extra sprinkling of coriander and some lime quarters, if you have any. Find out more about cookies by reading our updated , which contains further information about the cookies and other technologies we use and information about how to disable them.
Give it all a good stir, bring to the boil and cook for a few minutes. Stir for a minute and then add in your curry paste. Throwing away leftovers happens way too often, more often than I would like. Stir to coat the chicken and allow to heat through for one minute. Trim the lemongrass stalks, peel back and discard the outer leaves, and crush the stalks by bashing them a few times with the heel of your hand or a rolling pin.
Earthy, hot, deep, and devinely aromatic, these spices give the dish an unmistakable Indian flavour. Which is a shame, leftover food can be successfully recycled into fantastic dishes, as easy or as fanacy as one wishes. Which is Hotter Red or Green Curry You will find that a red curry most generally offers less heat than the green curry recipes. Sounds a little strange to use an Indian-style paste in a Thai curry, but it does taste great. Squeeze the juice into the pan — this will give your curry a lovely twang.
A 20-minute savory dinner dish that you can have ready to serve your family in a hurry. You can use whatever chillies you like but be aware of the heat level. Chicken thighs cooked in coconut milk with kaffir lime leaves, garlic, chilli and ginger. The Journal has 99,273 average issue readers which increases to 209,957 weekly readers. Add turkey, pesto, coconut milk and lime leaves and simmer for three minutes, stirring occasionally. Pair with tender rice, and you have an easy turkey curry dish. If you are making the vegetable version for vegetarians or vegans, double check the ingredients of the Thai green curry paste — they often contain fish sauce.
Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in a large pan on a medium heat, add the chicken and fry for 5 to 7 minutes, or until just turning golden, then transfer to a plate. Blitz all of the ingredients to a paste. Next, you want to add in your garlic, ginger, and lemongrass paste along with your pre-cooked turkey. Try roasting chicken thighs in the oven at 150C for an hour, then finishing them off on the barbecue so you get tender sticky meat and wicked crispy and smoky skin. Set aside a few sprigs of fresh coriander and whiz the rest in a food processor with the lemongrass stalks, spring onions, chillies, garlic, ginger, coriander seeds and lime leaves until everything is finely chopped — the smell will be amazing! A quick and easy recipe that will help you use up leftover turkey that could otherwise go to waste.
Put a large pan of salted water on a high heat and bring to the boil. Slice the chicken into 2cm strips. Give it a taste, and if needed drizzle in more lime juice, and sprinkle with cilantro and serve. Drain the rice in a colander. You can make your own or buy it in the fridge or freezer section. Download my Roku app - This video is part of a playlist: Music courtesy of the Audio Network. Add a tablespoon of oil.
Links from the video: Jamie's Chinese Steak More Food Tube videos For more nutrition info, click here: Jamie Oliver's Food Tube Subscribe to Food Tube Twitter: Jamie's Recipes App Tumblr: Facebook More great recipes x. Trim and add the chillies along with the cumin and half the coriander stalks and all. Muddle in the shrimp paste, ground cumin and coriander, and white pepper or whiz everything together in a food processor. This delightful and aromatic dish is brought to us by the chefs att and provides an excellent way to use up those delicious turkey leftovers! Transfer to a plate using a slotted spoon. They create beautiful recipes with fresh ingredients and a careful eye for mouthwatering presentation. Since the turkey is already cooked, all we need to worry is the curry sauce, which is super easy to whip up.
Serves 2 :: One large bunch of asparagus or a large handful of baby corn :: ½ a fresh red chilli :: 1 tbsp groundnut oil :: 1 tbsp sesame oil :: 180g raw king prawns, peeled :: ½ x 400ml tin of coconut milk :: Handful of mange tout :: 1 lime For the green curry paste: :: 2 stalks of lemongrass :: 4 spring onions :: 3 fresh green chillies :: 4 cloves of garlic :: A thumb-sized piece of fresh root ginger :: A large bunch of fresh coriander :: 1 tsp coriander seeds :: Optional: 8 fresh or dried lime leaves :: 2 tblsp soy sauce :: 1 tblsp fish sauce Equipment list :: Knife :: Chopping board :: Food processor :: Measuring spoons :: Runner bean slicer :: Wok or large frying pan :: Wooden spoon :: Tin opener To make your green curry paste: 1. In this time you can prepare the rice. Add to a food processor, along with the chilli, peeled garlic, lime leaves, coriander, jarred peppers, sugar, fish sauce, soy sauce and sesame oil. Tear in the kaffir lime leaves and simmer for 10 minutes. You can usually buy cooked chicken from the supermarket, which works really well here. Read the full recipe on page 132 of Jamie's 30 Minute Meals book.