Recipe: Tabz' White Person Curry

Tabz’ White Person Curry*

* Okay, lets start off with the fact that I know this isn’t really a curry, there’s no curry in the whole dish. It’s more an idea of the pansy-down-white-person version of curry with healthy ingredients.

Apologies for the picture, it’s from my phone!

1/4 of a large yellow onion (chopped fine)
1tbsp Coconut oil
1 can of coconut milk
1/4 cup of Thai Satay Sauce (actually almost any Eastern flavored sauce will do, experiment)
1 can of chick peas (garbanzo beans)
1c brown rice
1c peas (I’ve also used chopped broccoli, chopped asparagus, any green veg might work too)
1c edamame (optional)
1c chopped, cooked chicken (I’ve also used turkey, ground turkey, ground beef)

In the bottom of a largeish pot, add and melt your coconut oil and toss in your onion. Saute until the onion is soft. Then add the can of coconut milk and another can’s worth of water. Mix in the remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil and then reduce heat to medium. Cook for 45minutes (or until the rice is soft).


I stumbled across this recipe when I was attempting to make an actual curry, but realized that we didn’t have any curry in the house. We had leftover brown rice and peas so I played with the ingredients. Every time I make it it’s gone within a couple days. One of the main complaints I get from people eating healthy is that everything tastes so bland or you get tired of eating the same thing over and over. A good way to stave off the boredom is finding new flavors from different parts of the world. This is a bit of fusion with the Thai satay sauce and the coconut milk, but it worked!

Hope you enjoy and if you make it, tell me what you think!

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One Comment

  1. Hithwenur
    Posted December 7, 2011 at 7:03 pm | Permalink

    That DOES look yummy. 🙂 I may have to try it sometime. ^_^

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