Super simple Instant Pot Coconut Chicken Curry your family will love. Spend a few minutes prepping ingredients, throw it in your pressure cooker, and enjoy!
Lately I’ve been creating a list of family favorite recipes to make meal planning easier.
This Instant Pot Coconut Chicken Curry is at the top of our favorite meals to make.
Over the last year or so, I’ve come up with a few hacks to make preparing this dish even easier.
Although it takes about 30 minutes to prepare, most of it is hands-off.
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Ways to Make This Recipe Even Easier
After making this dish several times, I came up with some hacks for making prep easier. Here they are:
- Use frozen grilled chicken breast pieces. This eliminates the need to chop raw chicken, and you can just dump it straight into your pressure cooker when it’s time
- Use shredded carrots instead of chopping carrots on your own. Again, all you need to do is dump the carrots right into your Instant Pot.
- Use a vegetable chopper to dice your onion. It will save you tears and time.
- Use coconut cream instead of coconut milk. This is a cost-saver. Instead of using two cans of coconut milk, I just use a can of coconut cream, and a cup of water. If you can’t find coconut cream, using two cans of coconut milk works too!
- Use packaged frozen ginger instead of chopping fresh ginger. I found this at Trader Joe’s. You can also find ginger paste at most grocery stores, and that works well too.
- Use packaged minced garlic instead of chopping fresh garlic.
Of course, using fresh ingredients almost always results in a better tasting dish.
However, the shortcuts mentioned above saves a TON of time, and tastes 97 percent as good as if you used all fresh stuff and chopped it yourself.
Instant Pot Coconut Chicken Curry Recipe
Two cans of coconut milk may be substituted for coconut cream + one cup of water. Remember to allow time for your pressure cooker to come to pressure.
Two cans of coconut milk may be substituted for coconut cream + one cup of water.
Remember to allow time for your pressure cooker to come to pressure.
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