It’s been a bit since I found a main dish recipe I really loved. I’ve had a few “okay” ones, but this…now THIS is worth sharing with you. It’s only recently I’ve started playing around with ground turkey (i’m a hamburger girl), and wouldn’t have thought to put it in a curry. But this easy Thai ground turkey curry is so lovely and comforting that I’m a convert.
This recipe really is quite versatile. I added zucchini as I like the green color it adds, and also as a way to cram some more veggies in. The first time I made this I also substituted sweet potatoes for the carrots (very thinly sliced, like matchsticks), and both were delicious.
What DOES matter is using really good quality coconut milk if at all possible. I’ve linked to one that I am currently using that I buy on Amazon, but try and find one without BPA-lined cans, guar gum and similar stabilizers, and with the highest fat content possible (don’t go “light”!). I think Trader Joe’s organic canned coconut milk is great as well.
This is so easy and adaptable that I’ve made it a few times in the past few weeks, trying to make sure I had it right. I made it in both a very large skillet and a stockpot (and both worked fine) so you may see both make an appearance in the photos below.READ THE POST