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We’re headed to southeast Asia this Food of the World party, and down to Indonesia. As always, I came across a number of recipes I’d love to try, but life is too busy! So I went with the simplest dish I could find, and made it my own. Curry is a common food in Indonesian culture, and as it happens, a dish I’ve never actually made before.
My mother in law had the chance to visit Cambodia recently, and sent me a number of their spices, like Lemongrass, Turmeric, saffron, and red and green curry’s to name a few. Along with the spices she also sent a Cambodian cookbook – but I’ll save that for another Food of the World party! Cambodia does sit close to Indonesia so I would venture to guess they use many of the same spices in their cuisine.
Aren’t those fun! I can’t wait to give more of them a try. For this recipe, I wanted to keep it simple, with ingredients we had on hand, and a mild flavor for the kids. So we went with the green curry powder. I found it a little lacking in flavor, and wish I’d added another layer, or used coconut milk. Alas, maybe next time.
Chicken and Broccoli Curry
Taste the flavors of Indonesia in this Chicken and Broccoli Curry
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- 1 broccoli floret, chopped in bite size pieces
- 2 chicken breasts, cut in 1" pieces
- 6 pearl onions, quartered
- 2 cups milk
- 2 TBS Green Curry Powder
- 2 TBS flour
- 2 TBS Butter
- dash of salt
- 4 cups rice, cooked
- Begin melting butter in a medium sauce pan.
- Add flour, and curry powder. Mix.
- Add milk and whisk until smooth.
- Bring to a simmering boil.
- Add chicken and cook until done.
- Stir in broccoli and onions.
- Simmer for another 5-10 minutes.
- Serve over rice.
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