- 1 can coconut milk
- 2 tablespoons red curry paste
- 2 heads broccoli (and/or other veggies of choice)
- 1 can chickpeas (rinsed and drained)
- 1/2 tablespoon cornstarch
- 2 tablespoons cold water
- minced garlic (optional:, or onion)
Mary 2 days ago
Add curry powder and salt or soy sauce- too bland without it. If you do that it’s quick and easy.
Alexa Murdock 3 days ago
great dish! will definitely make this again!
Jeff Carloni 4 days ago
Added some salt and some Daves Insanity, doubled up the recipe for two people. Turned out great! Would make it again.
CeLisa 5 days ago
Super easy but not very flavorful. Pretty bland.
Andrew McNeill 5 days ago
Very nice, simple and cheap curry. Add some curry powder to give it a bit more life.
Carlotta C. 5 days ago
it was a great easy recipe to make on a Monday evening. Very quick and delicious!! absolutely recommended!
Alicja Z. 7 days ago
Turned out great. Easy and very tasty.
Hana 10 days ago
Too plain on its own but great with come curry powder and fish sauce
Chad Avalon 12 days ago
good. wouod make again
Lisa DeMoranville 16 days ago
I loveeee this recipe, but I added a few more ingredients. First things first, add soy sauce to the mix! It will add the perfect amount of salinity and doesn’t mask the other flavors. Second, I added a tablespoon of peanut butter to it, it’s an old trick my mama does and it works every time. Add those two ingredients and this recipe is golden!
Brandy Scharp 24 days ago
Terrbile! Super bland. I used more curry than called for and it still tasted like nothing
Blanchfield 25 days ago
Loved this dish. I've never cooked with curry before. I added chicken to mine and it turned out great.
Sky A. 27 days ago
Didn't like it that much. Tasted alright, but not the best.
Erika Bileviciute 19 Sep
Easy and delicious. Simple to make it and serve with rice
Younis 18 Sep
it was okay but a little sweet
Destiny Sturdivant 18 Sep
Perfect spice level for people who can't handle spicy food. We added onion powder and peas. Delicious and easy to make!
Mike Stgermain 14 Sep
It was disappointing to see some one using this platform for there own needs instead of for recipes
Johanna Thurman 10 Sep
super easy and super yummy!
Jolly 8 Sep
Added red bell peppers instead of broccoli! Needed a bit more cornstarch to thicken up
Trudy 5 Sep
Really yummy! I was surprised it had so much flavour given the few ingredients! very quick and easy and also great the next night as leftovers!
Michal Tajkiewicz 2 Sep
super fast and easy. everybody loved it
Turgeon 29 Aug
very good and so fast. I made some rice too.
Dolen 29 Aug
With these 5-ingredient recipes you often have to play around with them to get the flavor you want. I added chopped onion, garlic, ginger (fresh), doubled red curry paste and once it was thickening with the corn starch I squirted a little agave into it. The sweet balances the bite of the ginger. Delicious!
Jennifer 28 Aug
Calls for 2 tablespoons of curry. I feel it needs more. Will have to play with it. I did chicken and veggies.
حسين نجاح 24 Aug
easy to , delicious , healthy
Krista Belija 23 Aug
this recipe is soooo good! I myself added some cooked chicken and it fit perfectly in the recipe, however I am excited to try and make it vegan style next time jaja
Walsh 21 Aug
Delicious! Roughly 500 calories per serving, I sautéed 1 small/medium onion minced with 2 cloves of garlic in 1 tbsp coconut oil, when I added the curry paste to the coconut milk I used 3 heaping tbsp, and threw in a dash of ginger powder. Also when adding the chickpeas I recommend adding a can of fire roasted diced 🍅 as well. I served over rice and added a piece of naan bread on the side.
Jenn R 20 Aug
It was really good, I added yellow peppers and garlic. The coconut milk neutralizes the red curry paste, I would use almost twice the amount next time as it was abit bland, black pepper made the taste come out more. I would make again.
Randi R. 20 Aug
It was bland. I should have added some red chili flake, and maybe some ginger
Piper 14 Aug
Very flavorless and watery