You can just as easily modify this recipe with shrimp, beef, or pork
One of the main goals with these recipes is to encourage people to eat healthier and live their best life. We want to share healthy recipes that can be easily modified to fit your specific dietary needs and restrictions, while also being fairly quick to meal prep and plan for. This recipe is all of that! Curry is a quick and easy meal to make and often pulls together what little scraps I have left in the kitchen before I can go grocery shopping. I wrote this recipes when I was working for Moxie Nosh! If you haven't tried this local nut butter company- now is the time to check them out!!
Almond Butter Crust
Serves 2, double for additional portions
2 spoonfuls Almond Butter, room temperature
1T coconut oil, room temp- soft or melted
1 clove fresh garlic minced, or 1/4t dried garlic
1T soy sauce or tamari or coconut aminos
1t fish sauce
2 portions of protein- grilled chicken strips are super easy and delicious!
Combine the first five ingredients and add 2T water to get to a thin enough consistency to cover your chicken. Preheat your skillet and cook! The oil will help create a crispy golden crust and that nutty flavor will cling to your protein. It’s that simple!
Red Curry Noodle Soup is a favorite of mine. In fact, all things soup are my favorite! I love the simplicity of this dish and how easily I can throw things together. Here are some of my tricks to having an impressive meal in minutes:
To make a curry, all you need to do is:
I’m hungry all over again just thinking about this! The best part about this dish, other than the simplicity, is that every single thing is good for you and provides real nutrition. This is an easy meal for the end of the week when you have bits of veggies and some leftover proteins.
Let me know how you like it!!
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