Easy Thai Peanut Chicken Curry

A recipe for spicy and fragrant Thai peanut chicken curry with coconut milk and plenty of cilantro on top.
Easy Thai Peanut Chicken Curry #recipe via FoodforMyFamily.com

The trailhead sits at the side of the road, burrowing deep into the woods that surround the lake. Just a few steps in and the world changes: the snow absorbs sound and softens the landscape. A bright white covers everything, a few trail markers the only indication of which way to go. Each footfall is met with the crunch of snow beneath your boot, the air so cold it takes your breath away.

One by one, the kids run past into the open playground. Squeals of delight carry through the snowy landscape as they ball up fresh fallen fluff and toss it at each other, ducking and laughing when they hit their mark. The wind leaves pink-tinged kisses on their cheeks.

We return home later, cold but happy. Boots are kicked off, and hats, gloves, and coats are laid out in front of the heating vents to dry. Rice steams on the counter waiting for our return, a slight floral and nutty smell indicating its presence there.
Easy Thai Peanut Chicken Curry #recipe via FoodforMyFamily.com
Easy Thai Peanut Chicken Curry #recipe via FoodforMyFamily.com
Oil and chicken are tossed in a wok as herbs are stripped and green onions are chopped. Ingredients are added to the chicken – spices and cream, peanut butter, pungent sauces – and they are left to simmer while the table is set and a salad is made.

The contrast of sweet and sour, creamy and rich to bright and fresh, combine in one comforting meal that’s easily given the title of “winter comfort food.” A slight heat hits the back of your throat and keeps you returning to the plate for more.
Easy Thai Peanut Chicken Curry #recipe via FoodforMyFamily.com

Easy Thai Peanut Chicken Curry



  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 2 pounds cubed raw chicken
  • 4 tablespoons Thai red curry paste
  • 1 13.5-ounce can coconut milk
  • 6 tablespoons organic natural creamy peanut butter
  • 2 tablespoons fish sauce
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 2-4 teaspoons red chili paste (depending on heat preference)
  • ½ cup water
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 5 green onions, chopped
  • ¼ cup fresh cilantro leaves
  • steamed jasmine rice for serving


  1. In a wok or large sautΓ© pan, heat the oil over medium-high heat. Once hot, add in the chicken. Cook, stirring frequently, until seared on all sides. Add in the red curry paste and continue to cook for 5 minutes.
  2. Stir in the coconut milk, peanut butter, fish sauce, brown sugar, red chili paste, and the water. Simmer for 10 minutes. Season with salt, using less if desired.
  3. When time to serve, sprinkle green onions and cilantro leaves on top of the curry. Serve over rice.
Recipe type: main dish
Cuisine: Thai
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Serves: 6-8

Easy Thai Peanut Chicken Curry #recipe via FoodforMyFamily.com
Did you know I live in the USA’s Healthiest and Fittest city? It’s also the coldest major city in the country, but that doesn’t seem to factor when it comes to activity levels. In the bitter chill of each winter, a medallion hunt in conjunction with the St. Paul Winter Carnival has clues pointing eager hunters to different county parks in search of the prize. This year’s medallion was found in a park down the street during one of the coldest mornings we’ve had all year just past week.

Adam’s Natural Peanut Butter has teamed up with the National Parks Conservation Association to encourage everyone to make a difference this winter. This can be as simple as visiting during the winter for cold geocaching or remembering to bring along a bag to pick up garbage as you hike to keep the parks clean, but most importantly, use the parks. Bundle up and take a walk through a different kind of beauty.

Disclosure: The Adams and JM Smucker brands provided me with a gift pack as part of this campaign.
Easy Thai Peanut Chicken Curry #recipe via FoodforMyFamily.com


  1. I try not to buy products in plastic, I recycle, and I try to buy organic when I can afford it. I would like to have a compost but in the suburbs that’s not possible.

  2. I recycle as much as I can.

  3. I try to make a natural difference by picking up trash as I walk through the park near my house everyday on my way to the YWCA. Anything to help keep the area clean always helps!

  4. i recycle and conserve water.

  5. compost, compost, compost! garden. recycle. repeat!

  6. Thomas Murphy says:

    I recycle alot.

  7. Terri Quick says:

    I recycle whatever I can πŸ™‚

  8. Yes I love curry, since I eat a mostly meatless diet, spices are great for flavor. I make a natural difference by recycling and visiting my farmers market to buy local produce.

  9. Yay St. Paul (and Minneapolis)! One of the reasons they are the fittest cities is the abundance of parks available for exercise year round!
    I LOVE curry! Green, red, sweet, hot! This will be on my table next week!

  10. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I love curry! I have it a couple times a month.

  11. rita leonard says:

    I have never tried curry but would love to try this receipe

  12. LOVE this recipe. I have a similar one. So easy and tasty!

  13. I can’t get over the amazing photos of your kiddos in the snow – so beautiful. Living in Southern Cal, we miss all that snow, although perhaps you would rather be here at the beach with us πŸ™‚ Speaking of which, we often walk the beach picking up trash – makes me sad people don’t care for our beaches although it’s getting better and of course we love to recycle and reuse. Your site is so inspiring. I am so glad to have found you. Many blessings, Kelly

  14. Now this looks like a hearty meal to warm you up! Love those wintery photos, so much fun!

  15. I am a huge fan of red curry paste – peanut butter + coconut milk are the perfect combinations with this curry paste. Love the pics of your kids, just precious!

  16. Oh I love this recipe. So my kind of cozy meal!! And I also love the fun family photos! πŸ™‚

  17. I’ve been on a Thai food binge for weeks and this is top of the list of Thai food I’m gonna make!

  18. My family loves curry. I make difference by doing recycle as much as I can.

  19. Gretchen D says:

    My family still needs to venture into the land of curry. We definitely recycle and are diligent about purchasing only items we need and will use.

  20. Harmony B says:

    We do not have curry often but I like it.
    We recycle or repurpose whatever we can.

  21. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    i recycle everyday

  22. This recipe sounds absolutely fabulous. We may not rival your cold but we’ve had our fair share in Denver and a warm spicy dish for dinner really does do the soul good.

  23. Adopt A Highway is popular in my area. We have a portion with our 4 H group and my church will participate for fund raisers.

  24. This sounds really good- we love curry and any thai inspired dishes.

  25. This looks like the most amazing flavors, I really want to make this soon!

  26. Melissa W. says:

    I really like curry, I am trying to find the recipe that my familiy loves as much as I do!

  27. Vicki L in MN says:

    I LOVE curry! A friend and I are signed up for a Sweet and Spicy Thai class in February and I can’t wait.

    Thank you for the opportunity!

  28. I recycle

  29. Emily Wells says:

    We LOVE curry! Even my young kids love it. πŸ™‚

  30. diana shenderovich says:

    i love curry

  31. shelia hall says:

    I have never tried curry before

  32. Chicken & curry looks good to me!

  33. Not a big curry fan. I recycle and grow my own garden or hit the farmers markets.

  34. Melissa Hartley says:

    I don’t believe I have ever tried curry before but would like to:) I know it is great for your health .. I recycle plastics & paper products to help the environment & community..thank you.

  35. To me,.curry is a hit or miss spice, depending on the dish. I like curried goat, but curried chicken is only so-so.

  36. Janice Dean says:

    This curry recipe looks amazing! Thanks for sharing:) We do recycle weekly & donate used newspapers to the local animal shelter. Every little bit helps!

  37. Kimberly Owens says:

    Unfortunately, I’m allergic to curry. πŸ™

  38. Thomas Murphy says:

    I have never had curry.

  39. We recycle nearly everything. But they don’t take glass or Styrofoam.

  40. We live in the country. We recycle all that we can, heat with wood, garden………….

  41. Carrie Bayliss says:

    I love curry. I make a difference by volunteering at my local animal shelter.

  42. Candice Montgomery says:

    I recycle and clean up litter around the neighborhood.

  43. Jorge A. Granda says:

    I hate curry!

  44. Hideki Yamada says:

    We recycle anything and everything that can be recycled. We are like hunters for recycling!

    We LOVE curry.

  45. currys the best

  46. Michelle Fuller says:

    I recycle and will try to grow herbs/tomatoes on the patio.

  47. I LOVE curry! Yellow is my favorite, with eggplant! You yum yum!

  48. laurie damrose says:

    I like Curry and plan to cook more with it.

  49. Leah Lucas says:

    I really enjoy curry but my husband doesn’t like anything spicy, so I rarely get to enjoy it!

  50. rebeka deleon says:

    i have never used curry before. this looks really good and healthy. i have been cooking healthier meals for my family this year. this sounds like it would have really good flavor. next chicken recipe i plan to make is a honey sriracha chicken. can’t wait.

  51. Kathleen Manthey says:

    We are not too big on curry. My husband hates it actually. I will eat food with curry in it only if it is a hint of curry. If the recipe calls for a large amount, I just can’t eat it.

  52. Lisa Brown says:

    I do like curry, but never use it much.

  53. necta nelson says:

    first of all that curry recipe so making this it looks amazing and delicious. And second question i recycle my bottles and paper and cardboards and try to reuse as much as i can .

  54. I assume curry is some kind of spice, but if I’ve ever eaten it (and I probably have) I don’t have a clue what it tastes like. However, other people seem to love it, so I’m pretty sure that I, too, would love it.

  55. I love curry I first ate it when I lived in Germany on Currywurst it was yummy, I cooked them every now and then, very tastey

  56. Diana Rager says:

    We recycle as much as possible! And yes, I LOVE curry!!

  57. Cara Daymude says:

    I think I’ve had curry before & it’s really spicy, I’m not a fan of spicy foods tolerate here and their cause my hubby likes them.

  58. Debbie Welchert says:

    I have never tried curry so I don’t know if I like it or not. We recycle a lot, pop cans, iron, copper, wood, any thing that can be recycle we recycle.

  59. tls simms says:

    have not tried curry..but I can’t do a lot of spicy items..

  60. christina says:

    never had curry but would like to try it

  61. Noreen Plantz says:

    No I’m not a fan of Curry. I do try to help my community by recycling and composting.

  62. I have only cooked with curry a few times.I use to have a veggie garden were we use to live and will be trying to do one again and share with my neighbors.

  63. Donna Lindner says:

    I compost, garden and have chickens.
    thank you

  64. Yes. And I recycle old cell phones that my friends give to me, do LOTS and LOTS of community service. I have over 120 hours of it. And I inform people about the importance of education and technology’s role.

  65. Terry Gunville says:

    like it

  66. I like it , don’t use it as much as I would like too. We recycle, and give books and clothes , ect… to needed and Goodwill. Also help Red Cross and Salvation Army and more.

  67. Patrick B says:

    I don’t use curry that often but I like it.

  68. David Manzer says:

    i recycle and conserve water.

  69. Elizabeth Smith says:

    I built my house to be energy conservative, and I try to reduce my trash to one small bag a month, by using recyclables, unprocessed foods and cleaning supplies.

  70. Hanadia Roby says:

    By getting involved! Hope I win!

  71. Thanks Food For My Family for sponsoring the giveaway.

  72. steve weber says:

    I recycle!

  73. Denise A. says:

    I love curry.. I have not tried a peanut curry, yet!

  74. Bonnie Ferguson says:

    I love curry but haven’t had it with peanut butter. I have had a spicy stay which was wonderful.

  75. Stephanie Easterling says:

    We try an recycle as much as we can. I try an cook with a little curry, my family is finally coming around to it.

  76. I have never vooked anything that calls for curry flavor, sad to say.

  77. I LOVE Curry! And so does my family! Believe it or not, it’s one of my kids favorite flavors too!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  78. Karen Lynch says:

    I am starting to eat curry, and so far love it, though I eat it mild, cannot do Thai hot. I love geocaching though I am not a fan of being cold so in winter I stick to ones not to far off the beaten path.

    I try to reduce my carbon foot print by putting on extra sweater when home by myself so don’t have to turn up heater during day, recycling, picking up trash when I see it,

  79. Kyaw Sein says:

    I love curry, believe it or not , never pass a month without visiting Thai or Indian restaurant where they have the best curry.

  80. I love any kind of curry’s, but I think my favorite Thai food is Thai Basil Shrimp! Love it! and I just can’t turn down a good Chicken Satay!

  81. Courtney T says:

    I grew up only eat Japanese curry. But since college, I’ve been exposed to delicious Indian and Thai curry, too. I can’t handle spicy, so I like the mild ones.

    I make a natural difference in my community by using parks and making sure not to litter. If I come across stray refuse, I’ll usually try to pick it up and throw it away even though it doesn’t belong to me. I also recycle and reuse things as much as possible. I’m also making an effort to not generate as much waste as I used to with disposable items

  82. Kimberly S says:

    Curry is so good! This recipe looks fabulous!

  83. Valerie L says:

    I love curry and i recycle

  84. Eyshon salahuddin says:

    I love curry rice

  85. As for making a natural difference in my community, I’m not sure that I do, but I don’t litter, I recycle aluminum cans, and I try to conserve water by using low flow shower heads, plus I keep the watering of our lawn to a minimum.

  86. Shirley Smith says:

    I recycle as much as can be recycled, Including our clothing and shoes and household items.

    • Shirley Smith says:

      I love using Curry! My favorite curry meal is when I make curry chicken and potatoes with carrots and onions. It is oh so delicious. And I love curry chili

  87. Natalie Capps says:

    I have just started composting!

  88. Robert Wilkerson says:

    I recycle and repurpose.

  89. kelly woods says:

    We do not judge inmates. We donate to prisons trial size shampoos, soaps and deodorants. We go to the least of theses and show them the love of God. Kelly woods Kwavon4you@hotmail.com

  90. I love peanut curry. We compost everything we can.

  91. It sounds great except I’d have to forego the cilantro because my boyfriend’s allergic to it.

  92. Mark Williams says:

    Not familiar with curry

  93. Love curry!!

  94. Terry Cross says:

    I don’t use it a lot but I like curry.

    We recycle everything that we can.

  95. Pamela Gurganus says:

    I love curry and this recipe looks and sound amazing! Thank you for the recipe and the awesome giveaway opportunity!

  96. I love curry especially on a cold day, I will definitely try this recipe πŸ™‚

  97. Kathleen Hollinrake says:

    I live in the suburbs and it IS possible to compost! I follow the three r’s: reduce, reuse & recycle.

  98. Yes, I’m a fan of curry! Love the stuff.

  99. David Rainey says:

    I recycle a lot. But I re-use materials even more. I am always finding things people throw away and make use of them.

  100. I’ve never made curry nor eaten it. I try to reduce, reuse, recycle whenever possible. I recycle all waste products at home such as paper, plastic, aluminum, and cardboard. I recycle at work even though most do not.

  101. Holly Swint says:

    I recycle as much as possible. Our trash pickup provides us with a HUGE recycle can that we don’t have to separate the items in!

  102. I’ve been looking for a good curry recipe this one looks fab, as I read the ingredients I can almost taste it.

  103. Leann Lindeman says:

    I absolutely love curry!! green is my favorite.

  104. Paula VanBuskirk says:

    I do enjoy curry every so often.

  105. I love curry and thai peanut is my favorite! I make a difference by recycling and donating to local organizations.

  106. I love curry! I help keep my community clean, I recycle and freecycle all and anything I don’t need or use.

  107. Kathryn Gutierrez says:

    Curry in moderation for me. My apt complex placed recycle containers closer to my building, they were over 2 blocks away before, so my recycling has increased.

  108. I love curry, both the Thai and Indian versions. So nice to see such a simple and delicious looking recipe.

  109. Sharon Foster says:

    Not a fan of curry, but might have to try this.

  110. I’ve never tried curry so I don’t know if I like it.

  111. I collect boxtops and cambells soup labels for the school. I recycle and try to reuse

  112. I recycle and compost

  113. vicki connor says:

    This looks so wonderful. I sure wish I was a better cook. Ill give this a try. Cross your fingers for me. I am known for messing up anything I cook.

  114. vicki connor says:

    I recycle everything. I reuse clothes to make things such as rugs and clothes and even jewelry.
    I pick up garbage on my walks and return cans and bottles others throw away. I am always looking for a way to make things better for nature. I pick up the snails off the path I walk so others wont step on them. I safely carry then to the side they were headed to and let them loose. Oh and all those people with dogs that don’t clean up the dog mess, come on people. Clean up after your dogs. OK?

  115. Big fan of curry

  116. Priscilla S. says:

    As for making a natural difference, I recycle and always buy environmentally friendly products.

  117. Jen Haile says:

    I love curries and this looks really good!

  118. Della Barker says:

    We recycle and also try to use and reuse what we can

  119. I make a difference by rescuing abandoned & abused animals & finding homes for them

  120. Cindy Merrill says:

    My hubby is a huge Curry fan, me not so much. We live in a rural area, so I make a natural difference by using only organic pesticides for our fruit trees and berries.

  121. I have never tried any dish with curry but am looking forward to it.

  122. I try not to waste food! I also have vegetable gardens and support my local CSA and CSF

  123. Janice Dean says:

    I love curry and I have a garden πŸ™‚

  124. I have never tasted curry that I know of but would like to try it.

  125. Dawn Monroe says:

    I have never had curry and wasnt raised with it. Its kinda foreign to me.

  126. I believe that people of this and all nations should appreciate the fact that the food we consume is mostly due to the people who cultivate it from the hard labor they endure. We should be grateful that The Lord allows us to be above the ground one more day.

  127. Crystalis says:

    I have never tried curry or thai food, but I hope to one day! And I adamantly conserve water and electricity (my electric bill is rarely more than $60). I also re-use shoppong bags as trash bags and re-use any good container as a left-over food container for as long as I can. Not much, but it makes a little difference!

  128. Ada Miller says:

    Well my husband does all the cooking,so I’m not sure when he puts curry in things,but i know he does because he has it & buys it monthly it seems. lol As for recycling etc I try to do all i can. Even the small things because those little things add up & if everyone could do just small little things it would make a world of difference.

  129. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    yes im a fan of curry.

  130. Courtney T says:

    love curry…used to eat it a lot, but now that i’m trying to eat healthier, i have a hard time justifying it. maybe if i can find healthier recipes.
    i save all recyclables (as much as possible) either for deposit fee redemption or to put in bins for our city to send to recycling plants.

  131. Thomas Murphy says:

    1/31- I have never had curry.

  132. I love cooking with curry. I like it hot, haven’t found much that it doesn’t go well with!

  133. I have never tried curry, but I heard it’s good! I would love to try it soon.

  134. Big fan of Curry! I recycle my soda cans and use reusable bags rather than cellophane.

  135. I giveaway clothes I can’t fit to friends or to non-profits. I recycle and collect coins which are left as trash. I also like to work at my church and my neighborhood’s bike shop. Curry is also very good,its a good mood food for me.

  136. I’m not much of a curry fan! But, I do recycle. ;D

  137. Colleen Boudreau says:

    I’ve never tried curry before! but it looks good.

  138. Def like curry but I’ve only tried the generic store bought curry. It’s my understanding curry can come in diff heat levels. I’d like to try a others.

  139. Great post & I love your pictures. I need to try this curry dish very soon as it sounds amazing!

  140. I love masaman curry and mango curry!!

  141. This is a great opportunity to try something different.

  142. I like curry more and more each time I try it. This looks like another good one.
    I am a kayaking instructor and love getting people out on rivers to experience a side of nature few get to enjoy – whitewater!

  143. Linda Bradshaw says:

    I have not had curry. I try to make a difference by switching from plastic water bottles to a water filter.

  144. Angela Krout says:

    I have not really used curry in my cooking but am going to try it.

  145. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Curry!!! Thank you for your recipe…. definitely a good comfort food…. will give this recipe a try!.. Our family has been recycling since the late 70’s probably…and are continually trying to keep on that path!

  146. Curries Cool ! Remember to Recycle !

  147. Your curry looks so delicious! I crave Thai food in the winter months, but I’ve never attempted to make it at home. Your recipe has inspired me to try it!

    Warm wishes,

  148. Valerie P says:

    I have not used curry that often, not as I remember anyway. I think it is a hot spice and am not into “hot” foods. I am willing to try it though.

  149. I love Thai food and wish I could get more! We recycle and use a compost pile

  150. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    i love curry.

  151. I like curry, but not too much of it!
    Our family recycles and composts!

  152. Brandi Price says:

    I started to say I’m not a Curry fan but then I realized I don’t think I have ever tried it!

  153. Leann Lindeman says:

    We recycle.

  154. Kim Henrichs says:

    I love curry!!
    I do a lot of compost trading with neighbors and we do a recycling group thing that always works out great.

  155. I recycle and never buy bottles of water – just use my own to refill!

  156. Terri Moore says:

    This recipe sounds good, I like sweet and sour, creamy and best of all quick and healthy dinners. I plant a big garden and like to share its bounty with friends and neighbors. This year I’m going to ask what they would like me to plant and try some new things.

  157. Courtney T says:

    yes, i like curry….japanese curry is the most accessible for me to cook at home. but i do love my peanut thai curry and indian curry.
    i make a difference in my community by reducing the amount of waste i produce

  158. Della Barker says:

    We’re expecting snow, and I hope we can have as much fun as your family did. I’ve not eaten curry and need to experiment with it.

  159. My husband and I love curry, but we really need to get our kids to love it. I try to make a difference in the community by raising caring children.

  160. Thomas Murphy says:

    I recycle every thing I can.

  161. We recycle even though we have to drive about 25 miles to drop it at a recycling center. Also I live in a state where we recycle pop & water cans/bottles at the grocery stores.

  162. I do like a nice curry every so often. I volunteer at the local animal shelter in my community.

  163. I luv curry chicken!! I volunteer in our church for food drive!!

  164. Tracy Melhinch says:

    I have never tried curry!

  165. Not a big curry fan. I recycle.

  166. Donna Cardon` says:

    Yes, I love and use curry. I don’t by plastic water bottles, so they don’t in up in the landfill.I use a reusable bottle with no BPH.

  167. I love Peanut Butter!

  168. I love curry. Haven’t had it in a while always looking for a good recipe to make that has curry!

  169. I’ve never tried curry… I guess I will now and try the recipe πŸ™‚

  170. I’m not a huge curry fan but I do love peanut butter :+)

  171. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    i buy local and i really enjoy curry.

  172. Wendy Mastin says:

    Curry is an acquired taste. I like in some things. We recycle our grocery bags at our local grocery store.

  173. mckena roberts says:

    I only tried curry once when I was in Canada, because there isn’t any Indian restaurants, but my mother loves curry! I am going to get her to make this recipe.

  174. Brandi Price says:

    We definitely like to recycle.

  175. What about that Super Bowl BlowOut !

  176. Yay, I do love curry…looking forward to trying this recipe, and thanks for the fun sweepstakes opp!

  177. I love curry! We try to buy local products, and we go to the farmer’s market for most of our produce.

  178. We have been on a roll with dishes like this lately……love the curry addition! Adding this to our menu soon.

    You’re snow pictures are gorgeous Shaina

  179. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    i love curry and i recycle to help out

  180. Nicole Carter says:

    I am not a fan of curry. I recycle as much as I can!

  181. Theresa J says:

    I have actually never made curry but definitely love it. I recycle and eat local as much as I can

  182. Thomas Murphy says:

    2/3- I have never had curry.

  183. What about that Esurance giveaway — that Sucked!

  184. sheila ressel says:

    Love curry, especially curried cauliflower. It’s so yummy! Also, we’re big recyclers here. We only empty regular trash every other week but our recycle bins are always full every Tuesday when they come to pick up.

  185. Yes I am, and I recycle, and sometimes as a family we walk our area picking up trash.

  186. Nicole Carter says:

    I am not a curry fan but that dish looks amazing!

  187. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    i love curry and the recipe looks amazing. i always recycle.

  188. We recycle and compost everything we can.

  189. Theresa Reed says:

    I try to keep our neighborhood clean by picking up trash and recycling cans. I have never tried curry so I don’t know if I’m a fan or not.

  190. Robin Abrams says:

    I have not really tried curry that I know of. I recycle everything I can. I hate filling the dumps

  191. Amanda Aspling says:

    I really like curry but I’ve never made it before.

  192. amy stonger says:

    I was recently introduced to curry and found out I love it…Thanks for a delicious recipe to try.

  193. Thomas Murphy says:

    2/4- I have never had curry.

  194. I never tried curry. This looks good though.

  195. Kim Eldridge says:

    Can’t wait to try this curry recipe! Sounds amazing!

  196. Big curry fan. I reuse / re-purpose everything possible

  197. Kimberley Thomas says:

    I have never tried curry! It’s on my bucket list now πŸ™‚

  198. Lorena Keech says:

    Sorry, I’m not a fan of curry but this does sound good.

  199. Looks great!! I’ll have to whip it up someday:-)

  200. I’ve never had curry. I recycle in my community.

  201. i love curry – and this recipe looks awesome!

    I recycle a lot, as well as repurpose items when I can.

  202. fred parkhurst says:

    love to win

  203. I like curry in certain chicken dishes, but my family does not care for it, so I rarely use it. I do try to recycle as much as possible and encourage my family to do the same.

  204. christine burd says:

    I love all kinds of curry. I am a gardener and love to make may community lovely by planting flowers and sharing the fruits and veges that I grow

  205. Elizabeth Smith says:

    I am not a fan of curry, but I do love my Adams Natural Crunchy peanut butter.

  206. I haven’t had much curry, but I like what I have tried.

  207. Roger Kaikko says:

    Have to give this a try

  208. We have never tried curry before

  209. I do like curry. And I recycle too!

  210. tia Wilson says:

    Looks delish! Gonna hafta try it lol

  211. I love yellow curry mixed with shrimp and rice, but I can’t handle anything too hot and spicy. This winter I’ve been trying to conserve by keeping the heat as low as possible and in one other odd way. When we have to leave the taps dripping all night to keep the pipes from freezing, I put a big bowl underneath the faucet and use that water to flush the toilet. Every little bit helps, right?

  212. Catherine Robb says:

    Curry is good!

  213. Victor Galbraith says:

    I am a fan of Curry!

  214. melissa allen says:

    I do not think I have ever had curry. I recycle though!

  215. Natalie J Vandenberghe says:

    I’m not a huge fan of curry (although my friend tells me “it’ll clear your sinuses”), but I LOVE peanut butter! Thanks for the giveaway.

  216. jay purvis says:

    love the smell of curry foods,but never tried it,i reuse plastic cups as much as possible it cuts down on use of water supply

  217. I love curry and try to make a couple of times a month. Thank you for the recipe.

  218. Lamar Bowen says:

    First time I had curry was in Thailand. Amazing food, I love it πŸ™‚

  219. Debbie Fitcher says:

    Yes I recycle everything we can.

  220. Tim Frierson says:

    …not a fan of curry, sorry…

  221. Hanadia Roby says:

    Definitely a curry fan! My 4 year old and I pick up trash within the neighborhood, we pick beans for the local food bank during the late fall, we walk and take the bus whenever we can to reduce gas emissions, we volunteer in our community and with our churches… We love people and we love our planet!

  222. johna derosier says:

    I love curry, but afraid to make it myself, I will leave it to the pros.
    I recycle, repurposs and reuse anything possible

  223. Kent Penigar says:

    I have not tried it yet. I make difference . I save gas and reduce carbon emissions thus protecting the environment from air pollution and delay global warming by allowing my grass to grow longer. It also increases the amount of O2 producing photosynthesis. In other words I mow less.

  224. I try to make a difference in my community by volunteering at the local animal shelter and fostering homeless cats.

  225. chicken curry looks great and i try to volunteer often

  226. Catherine Shaw says:

    Yes, I love curry, I’m a huge fan! I’m not sure how much do in my huge urban community — but I do recyle like mad!

  227. Angela Krout says:

    Have not tried it but looks scrumptious

  228. Jenifer Moore says:

    don’t know much about curry

  229. Stacy Giacosa-Bauer says:

    I don’t have very much experience making Curry Dishes, but I made a list of everything needed to make it and I now have everything I need to make this! It looks so Delicious! I make a difference by helping out 4 of my neighbors, 1 dying with Stage 4 prostate Cancer and 3 others who are over 85! I help by taking them to their Doctors appointments, grocery, post office, etc…..

  230. Noreen Plantz says:

    I don’t like Curry, but I love Peanut Butter. I make a difference in my community by recycling whenever I can.

  231. I am a big fan of curry. And I recycle to help my community and my world

  232. love the recipe–aznd i recycle my cans and plastic next door at the recycle center…

  233. Elaine Powell says:

    I don’t care for Curry. I do shopping for several elderly women in my neighborhood that aren’t able to get out.

  234. Kimiko S. says:

    Peanut butter works wonders before the gym workout! Protein, just enough energy to get thru an hour long workout, filling but not too much. It’s a staple for me πŸ™‚

  235. Susan Christy says:

    I love yellow curry, but am not that fond of green or red. And I do recycle.

  236. Mary-Eileen Venturella says:

    Hate Curry. Like Tim Curry.

  237. I’m not a huge fan of curry but this one looks like one I’d try!! I’m a therapist- that’s how I make a difference in my community;)

  238. Pamela Bryant says:

    Never tried curry. Help teach my Grandchildren to love the Lord and people.

  239. susan king says:

    Thank you for the chance to win this !!

  240. What’s the little salad on the side?
    Looks like red peppers, bean sprouts, and… is that mango? Looks like it’d be delicious with a sweet-vinegar combo. Mmm!

  241. Joseph Stowell says:

    I do like Thai curries, especially the red curries.

  242. I shovel our snow and then I shovel my neighbor’s, it’s the right thing to do. And I love natural peanut butter!

  243. I recycle and upcycle as much as possible.

  244. Trisha B. says:

    Never tried curry. I recycle each week to help make a difference

  245. Leann Lindeman says:

    resuse, recycle, re purpose.

  246. Stephanie O'Day says:

    I LOVE curry! I love authentic, asian inspired dishes!

  247. i don’t think i’ve ever had curry

  248. Stephanie O'Day says:

    I try to recycle every day! My workplace has recycle bins and I always try to do what I can to make sure things are recycled properly!

  249. I love peanutbutter and I love curry. Never ate them together.

  250. Marilyn Muraski says:

    Love curry. Recipe sounds yummy.

  251. Katherine Reed says:

    I try to find healthy recipes to share with my loved ones so we can lead a healthy and long life together.

  252. We give our clothes to the Church we attend and help with the free God’s garage sale they do twice a year. We also open our home to children in need. We don’t have a lot to give but there is always lots of love in our home and that is better than anything you can hold in your hand. Especially when a child that is ready to just give up turns around and candidate’s from school 6months a head of his class and is looking forward to finding a job and doing good in life instead of dropping out and having no chance in life.

  253. I love peanut butter but I am no curry fan.

  254. I love Tai Curry’s!

  255. We recycle everything and raise chickens for eggs. We save plastic bottles to reuse for water : lol-aid and such.we use canvas bags instead of plastic. If it can’t be reused we recycle it. Very little goes in garbage food scraps go to chickens tin cans to junk yard. We had the curry last night and everyone enjoyed trying something knew

  256. Teri Layne says:

    I LUV CURRY!!!!!!!!!!!
    Panang is my FAV!!!

  257. Luis DelValle says:

    Natural Peanut Butter!

  258. Everyone Have a Nice Day!

  259. couldn’t you use pictures from the beach, I’m freezing

  260. Melissa W. says:

    I really like curry, I am trying to find a recipe that my husband and children enjoy πŸ™‚ What you posted looks delicious and I will be giving it a try!

  261. I had never tried curry before a coworker introduced a dish almost like this to me….. sooooo good! Now I am a fan!

  262. I have not tried curry… that I know of. Looks really yummy and I’d love to try it. My Family and I keep trash picked up, we recycle, we reuse items for other purposes.

  263. Becky Richied says:

    Yes I am a Curry fan, it take me quite a few years before I tried it because I had someone else’s comment in my head about how much they disliked it. Just goes to show how not to listen to others. LOL and I make a difference everyday, waking up and keeping with my purpose to do my hardest to remain cancer free… :)yay ME!! πŸ™‚

  264. I do like curry. I’ve tried it on just about everything but the only way that I truly like it is in Curry Chicken.

  265. nancy munson says:

    I make a natural difference by buying fresh organic produce from local vendors in my area and ALWAYS recycle!

  266. I love curry! I can’t wait to try this curry!

  267. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    i buy local produce to support my community and i really enjoy curry.

  268. Oh, I love curry and peanut together!

  269. Laurel Lowrey says:

    Hi, I love curry and have just begun taking the plunge into cooking it at home. Thanks for the recipe!

  270. Thomas Murphy says:

    2/5- I have never had curry

  271. I love Thai and Indian curries

  272. I’ve only had Indian curry which I liked quite a bit. I am going to give this Thai peanut chicken curry a try

  273. Curry is amazing!! I definitely have to try making this soon.

  274. I’m a huge fan of Thai curry. I make a natural difference in my community by taking my bike instead of driving.

  275. Could really use the money ! Recycle re-use save the planet!

  276. Emily Wells says:

    We all love curry! Even my three kids! πŸ™‚

  277. Never had curry before but this looks good!

  278. Monica Eggleton says:

    I love to reuse instead of toss items in trash. We have a container of gift bags that we use for all Christmas giving and birthdays, some have been in circulation for at least five times of use And still in great shape.

  279. I recycle everything possible

  280. michelle lingley says:

    I have never tried curry but would be willing to.. I recycle where I can and buy local

  281. Ghassan Alsaleh says:

    I love cook to my family and I always use carry and spice’s

  282. Mare Petrelli says:

    I’ve only had curry a couple times. I guess its alright, from what I can remember. It was a long time ago that I had it.

  283. Rhonda Best says:

    I have never tried curry.

  284. Yes,I love curry and this recipe looks so good.Love savory foods made with peanut butter.

  285. I have never had curry but this looks good!
    I recycle lots

  286. Ive never had it but it looks delicious!

  287. this recipe for thai peanut chicken looks very yummy!

  288. I haven’t really tried curry much. As far as the community, I pick up old trash left in the woods.

  289. Sandy McFadden says:

    I like curry. I try to help my neighbors out anyway I can like watch their house when they are gone, keep an eye out on their little guy when he is out playing, give them things we don’t need or want.

  290. shelia hall says:

    I’m not a big fan of curry!!

  291. Regina white says:

    I love curry and peanut butter!!

  292. Lorina Padgett says:

    We recycle. I use natural skin products and turn water off while brushing teeth.

  293. Roger Kaikko says:

    I understand it is a little hot but I have never tried it

  294. Marsha Harig says:

    I conserve gas by driving at or slightly lower than the speed limit, recycle,and have encouraged my company to strive for a more paperless environment.

  295. Patricia Dugan says:

    I am a fan of curry and am particularly fond of Thai and Indonesian dishes. I also try to re-use items to cut back on waste.

  296. I live to eat spicy food!! Umm hmm!!
    I also my recycle at least 2x a month as a child I used to walk with my grandmother to collect cans, plastic, and glass some times even scrap metals! That taught me the value of helping the community stay clean and making my own $$ thanks granny RIP! I love u!

  297. i love curry. Trying to recycle everything possible. Clean and pick up junk as much as i could to keep community clean and looking nice

  298. terri seibech says:

    I DO like curry! I pick up garbage on sidewalks or outside, and I remind people of all ages NOT to litter.

  299. Rhea Chladek says:

    I’m not a big curry fan, but I know a lot of people who are… πŸ™‚

    I try to make a natural difference by recycling what I can, reselling or donating clothing/items I no longer use, and by reusing grocery bags…

  300. Hi Shaina,
    I am from India, and Thai is one of my favorites. This recipe is so good, and it’s so easy to follow. Thank you for the recipe.

    I am a chef, food photographer and I have just recently started blogging as well. My website is http://www.saltandtamarind.net/.
    Thank you.

  301. Stumbled across your website while searching for a first-time thai curry recipe. For as long as I’ve been reading food blogs, I’m always pleasantly pleased to find yet another well-written one hailing from my backyard (waving from St Paul **hi**).

    I made this tonight loaded with veggies (pea pods, shredded carrots, and frozen peas) and a pound of shrimp. It was a huge hit and will definitely make an appearance on our menu again!

  302. LOVE this recipe and so did my foodie teen daughter. Thank you for sharing.

  303. Have you ever considered publishing an ebook or guest authoring on other sites?

    I have a blog based on the same subjects you
    discuss and would love to have you share some stories/information. I
    know my readers would appreciate your work. If you’re even remotely interested, feel free to shoot me an e-mail.


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