(found these for you jewles- theyre not my recipes!)
Sir Winstonâ€™s Pub, Vernon BC is where I first tried this pasta. It was excellent. From memory I tried to duplicate the recipe. I tried it for the first time last week. Others who have had Sir Winstonâ€™s pasta agree this is a close copy.
2 boneless skinless chicken breast
curry powder (yellow curry - or garam masala)
1 can coconut milk
mandarin orange slices
cooked pasta (ie. penne, is great)
So this is basically how I did itâ€¦
Cut up chicken into small bitesized cubes. Put in a large skillet. Saute a few minutes then add sprinkling of curry. Donâ€™t over do it because you just want to season the chicken a bit or the flavor will be too intense. There is more curry added later. Cook til chicken is no longer pink. Gradually add coconut milk. Stirring to mix in the curry. Add in smaller batches so that it can heat and start to thicken on its own. Once all the coconut milk is added, add thinly sliced red pepper. Cook on a low-med simmer until sauce is thicker and the red peper strips are softened slightly. Taste sauce, add curry as desired and s&p. Add mandarin orange slices, toss gently. Toss with cooked pasta. YUM.
Coconut Curry Recipe
1 Tbs. virgin coconut oil
1 can of coconut milk* (1 1/2 or 2 cans if you like curry with more sauce)
1 tsp. chopped garlic
2 pinches of sea salt, or to taste
4 large potatoes, peeled and chopped
1/2 head large cauliflower, chopped
2 cups zucchini, chopped
2 Tbs. curry powder
1/2 tsp. ground cumin
1/2 tsp. ground nutmeg
1/2 tsp. ground ginger
In a bowl, stir together the curry powder, cumin, nutmeg, and ginger.
Steam potatoes for 20 minutes, adding cauliflower for the last 5 minutes. Heat coconut oil in a large saucepan. Add garlic and zucchini. Cook until zucchini softens a bit. Add the steamed potatoes and cauliflower to the saucepan. Add coconut milk. Stir in the spices and salt. Continue stirring until spices are incorporated. Serve by itself or over brown rice or quinoa.
*Most grocery stores now carry canned coconut milk that contains 0.003% or zero preservatives. If you cannot find a good source at your local supermarket, try visiting a Chinese grocery store.