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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Jungle Curry

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Fry together 1 sliced red onion, 450g (1lb) chunks of chicken breast, a handful of diced new potatoes, 1cm finely chopped ginger and 2 tbsp korma curry paste. When golden, pour over 1 x 400ml can coconut milk, 2 tbsp fish or soy sauce and a pinch of sugar. Cook for 10 mins until chicken is cooked through. Then serve sprinkled with a little chopped chilli and some coriander leaves and rice.

I find as above serves 2-3. I double the ingredients to make 4 good helpings except for chicken breasts – I use 4 breasts for 4 people. I use about 4 small new pots per person. Pataks korma curry paste is good. I use fish sauce (in a bottle on Thai / Chinese shelf of supermkt). I use 1 large chilli for 4 people. Before end of cooking I tend to add a little cornflour in water to thicken and make it creamy.

This is so tasty ~ I hope you enjoy it!

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Yum!

Curry sounds so good right now; I haven't had a good curry in awhile :(

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What brand of korma curry paste do you use?

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Patak's is the brand she mentioned. They have it here in Pittsburgh, which tends to be about 30 years behind the rest of the States, so it's probably available where you are. Or maybe you can mail-order/

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Patak's is the brand she mentioned. They have it here in Pittsburgh, which tends to be about 30 years behind the rest of the States, so it's probably available where you are. Or maybe you can mail-order/

I use Patek's also (not the korma, but other kinds) and it is all over the place in California. This recipe sounds SO good and I will try it. I always like to serve the curries with diced onions, a squeeze of fresh lime, and delicious chutneys.

when I am SUPER lazy, I just dice up some chicken, and throw a dollup of Patek's Vindaloo curry paste from a jar, with a bit of chicken broth, onto the chicken, and - not kidding - microwave it. Ready in minutes, serve over rice with some chutney - very quick and easy when I"m too tired to make anything!

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Patak's is the brand she mentioned. They have it here in Pittsburgh, which tends to be about 30 years behind the rest of the States, so it's probably available where you are. Or maybe you can mail-order/

I've seen Patak's in Alberta, but I haven't bought it yet. Patak's Canada has a website with a gluten-free section!

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Pataks is ready available in supermarkets in the UK and it seems that most if not all of their brand is gluten-free as well as very tasty :D

Please post when you've tried the curry - hope you like it!

Deb :)

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wow!! sounds so yummy!

i wonder if the patak korma curry sauce is vegan???

ill have to see because this sounds great!!

thanks for the recipe~!

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mmm, sounds delish! i 'll have to give it a try!

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