Many Thai and South East Asian curries use coconut milk to give a rich and sweet sauce that goes well with rice. These recipes are great coconut chicken curry examples.
This is a Malaysian take on an Indian chicken curry which uses coconut milk, cinnamon and star anise.
This is a curry for those who like it milder - you can even omit the chopped chilli entirely and it will still be flavourful from the curry paste and coconut cream.
Originally a Malaysian recipe, but these are baked like pasties and not deep fried. Very spicy with a coconut aroma.
I had this dish at a local Thai restaurant and loved it. The chef was kind enough to give me some guidance in how to make it. It is surprisingly easy. Goes nicely over basmati rice.
This is the Malaysian take on Indian chicken curry. You may want to start with less water than recommended and add more as you need-depends on how thick you want the sauce.
This Sri Lankan curry is spicy and full of flavour. Serve with basmati or jasmine rice and any other curried dish.
This is a delicious Thai style chicken pie. I always get complements and people can't believe they are home made. This recipe is for individual pies but you can make family pies or even appetiser size pies for parties.
A lovely chicken curry that my nan makes for special birthdays. She always has to serve seconds because we all gobble it up and want more.
This is a great introduction to making your favourite Thai dishes at home. Soy sauce can be substituted for fish sauce if you don't have it and more heat added with chilli flakes or similar if you like it hot.
This is a North Indian style curry which is cooked until nearly dry and finished with lime juice. Serve with rice and chapati.