PALEO Chicken Curry Recipe with Cauliflower and Sweet Potatoes | Glut…

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Welcome to Abbey’s Kitchen. In this episode of Abbey’s Kitchen, Abbey is making her most popular recipe on her blog, the Paleo Chicken Curry. This is the number one recipe on the Abbey’s Kitchen blog, because it’s so flavourful, easy and packed with nutrition. This recipe has got a lot going on – it’s got your protein, your carbs and loads of veggies. This recipe is amazingly simple recipe that the whole family will love.

Let’s get to it.

First, Abbey adds a tablespoon of olive oil to a pan, then add in chicken thighs skin side and cook them for three minutes on each side on medium high heat. Season with salt and pepper and once they’re golden brown, transfer them to a plate. Back to the pan, Abbey adds some chopped onions, garlic, ginger, curry powder, coriander, cumin, cayenne and some salt. Give it a good stir and then add in some tomato sauce, diced sweet potato and mix it up nicely. Once everything is coated, Abbey then nestles in the cooked chicken. Top it off with chopped cauliflower, some stems from rainbow chard and some coconut milk. Add a bit of salt and pepper and pop the lid on to let everything cook through. Once the chicken is full cooked, add in some frozen edamame, the leaves from the rainbow chard, some salt and pepper to taste. Give it a stir and then pop the lid on to let the leaves wilt down. Abbey likes to serve her chicken curry on a beautiful bed of quinoa. Top it off with golden raisins, pistachios and some cilantro.

There you have it. Abbey hopes you enjoy her number one recipe on the blog and she’ll see you next time at Abbey’s Kitchen.

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  1. Abbey …Since I'm abnormal and don't like sweet potatoes or coconut milk, what would you recommend I substitute in place of those 2 ingredients?

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