Red Curry Chicken with Jasmine Rice

Red Curry Chicken with Jasmine Rice

Longer description

Red curry chicken is a dish that comes from Thailand, but is now available in many Thai restaurants around the world. Curry itself is attributed to a more general area, used regularly in Indian and Southeast Asian cuisine. Curry covers a wide variety of items so is hard to specifically define, but most contain a mixture of spices and herbs, with chilies added if extra heat is desired.
Red curry is generally considered to be the most versatile of the Thai curries, and is usually made with a coconut milk base. Although red curry usually has red chili peppers in it, most of the color is actually from fresh turmeric. Other common ingredients include garlic cloves, sea salt, fresh lemon grass, and shrimp paste.

The balance of the ingredients often depends on the desired spice, as more chilies will result in a spicier curry. Other items are often added, such as snow peas, bok choy, sugar, fish sauce, scallions, bell peppers, or limes. Finally, the dish is topped off with chicken, usually in the form of boneless and skinless chicken cut into small cubes or strips.


  • Baby Corn
  • Bamboo shot
  • Chicken
  • Coconut milk
  • Kaffir lime leaf
  • Lemongrass
  • Pineapple
  • Shallot
  • Thai Basil
  • Thai chili
  • Nutrients

    Cooked jasmine rice 50% (water, of which jasmine rice 46%, sunflower oil), cooked chicken meat 21%, coconut milk 12%, water, sugar, bamboo shoot, baby corn, pineapple, red chilli, salt, sweet basil, garlic, corn starch, lemongrass, shallot, dextrose, kaffir lime leaf, galangal, kaffir lime peel, coriander seed, coriander root.

    Nutritional values per 100g.
    Energy 619 kJ / 147 kcal
    Fat 3,4g
    – of which saturates 1,1g
    Carbohydrates 21,0g
    – of which sugars 0,0g
    Protein 7,0g
    Salt 0,7g

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    Kitchen Joy’s meals have been produced by thai company CP Foods, which is one of Asia’s biggest producers of food products. More information about the production location can be found below:

    CPF Thailand Public Company Limited

    30/3 Moo 3, Suwinthawong Rd., Lampackchee,

    Nongjok, Bangkok 10530, Thailand.


    How it's made

    Factory info