Stir Fried Curry with Celery

Stir fry curry serve with jasmine rice
Stir fry curry serve with jasmine rice
Thinly slice boneless chicken
Thinly slice boneless chicken
slice celery
slice celery
mince garlic
mince garlic

Stir fry red curry with celery and chicken

1. Boneless chicken thinly slice

2. Red Curry

3. Slice bunch of celery

4. Mince garlic; three kaffir leaves

5. Half a teaspoon of shrimp paste

6. Two tablespoon of sugar and half a teaspoon of Umami seasoning

Thinly slice the boneless chicken, mince the garlic and slice the celery. Once that is done, grab a frying pan turn up the gas; add a table spoon of vegetable oil. Then put in the mince garlic. Roast it until golden then add the slice boneless chicken. Stir fry it until it is cooked. After it is cook, add the curry paste in and stir it with the chicken until it is finely mixed and add 3 kaffir leaves. Let the curry come to boil for about 15 minute and then add two table spoon of sugar and half a teaspoon of umami seasoning. Let it settle for another ten minute and of course taste it. The taste should be spicy but good. Not too salty and not to sweet. Do not add any salt because you get the salty taste from the shrimp paste. Then add celery. Stir it for about five minute and its ready to be served with cooked jasmine rice.

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Joe Macho 5 years ago from Colorado

Interesting recipe. I'm not sure if I've really ever seen anything like it.

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chanroth 5 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi Joe, it's something that I made up. When I'm in the kitchen, I would think of something interesting. I like trying new things...and it turn out yummy but spicy. I like it...more delicious eating it with jasmine rice. Thanks

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Derdriu 5 years ago

Chanroth: What a scrumptious, spicy concoction! You do a great job of coordinating appetite-stimulating words with hunger-inducing images.

Thank you for sharing, etc.,


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always exploring 5 years ago from Southern Illinois

This looks and sounds like it's delicious..Thank's...

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Gypsy Rose Lee 5 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Thanks for the recipe. Sounds good.

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chanroth 5 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi Derdriu, Ruby and Gypsy, thank you very much! Yes it is delicious but spicy.

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