Gluten Free Chicken Curry

Chicken curry is one of my favorite Thai dishes. I was determined to come up with a gluten-free version, and it is quite a success!

 

INGREDIENTS

4 teaspoons curry powder
1 teaspoon cumin
1 teaspoon corriander
2 minced garlic cloves
1 large onion diced
1 chicken breast diced
1 pack rice noodles
Gluten-free soy sauce
1 red pepper (capsicum) de-seeded and diced

DIRECTIONS

1. Brown chicken and onions in a pan.

2. Add all of the spices with some hot water and cook the mix for about 10 minutes – add water if necessary so that it won’t dry out.

3. Meanwhile, cook rice noodles according to packet instructions.

4. Add red pepper to mix and let cook for about a minute, then drain the noodles and add to the curry pan and add soy sauce to taste.

5. Mix well to coat noodles in curry sauce and serve.

Tina Turbin

www.GlutenFreeHelp.info

From our home to yours, Miranda Jade.


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6 thoughts on “Gluten Free Chicken Curry

  1. Hi Tina thanks so much for your variety of gluten-free ethnic dishes such as this one. I get quite bored with typical American fare and need to spice it up every now and then with other ethnic foods and really unique dishes. I can always count on your blog to give me a wide variety of foods. Thanks so much!

  2. Curry is great but it always gives me an upset stomach. Does anyone else have this problem? If so I’d love to know if you have any tips to help. I tend to get acid reflux and a burning stomach. Not fun at all:( Especially because I love curry so much and the hotter the better I say.

  3. @Thai Cook Thank you for sharing this website. I don’t know if it’s yours or not? My husband’s and my favorite Thai restaurant has closed down and we haven’t found a great one yet to replace it. For now, I’m starting to give Thai cooking a try and so far it hasn’t been so bad, but it definitely tastes like an American cook trying to emulate Thai food and not like authentic Thai food. This website seems to show you how to make the real deal, so I look forward to trying some of the recipes!

  4. My husband hates spicy food, so I always have a bunch of ethnic GF recipes ready to go for when he’s off on a business trip. Yours is next up!

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