I LOVE CURRY. I love it. When I used to be less tormented by restaurant food (or less aware of it, at least), one of my favorite things to do was go around and try all the curries from different restaurants, whether they were Thai, Chinese, Vietnamese, Indian, or what.
Curries are amazing Paleo dishes because all you have to do to make them Paleo is sub out coconut milk for any dairy and sub out the rice for cauliflower rice, and BOOM. Paleo curry.
If you love Indian food, this spicy chicken stew will hit the spot. Made with a hearty portion of veggies, rich and savory spices, and a bit of sweetness from coconut milk, it’s sure to warm you up on a cold winter night.
Any vegetable can be added, so don’t be afraid to experiment. Spinach, carrots, or even eggplant work well here. You can also experiment with different proteins; shrimp or even pork would work in this stew. And if you want the “rice”, just whip up some cauliflower rice – the recipe can be found here.
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CLICK HERE for the Coconut Curry Chicken Stew Recipe
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