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Ingredients:
2 1/2 lb. chicken thighs cut into bite-sized chunks
4-8 Cloves garlic finely minced
1 Hard boiled egg for each bowl you serve already cooked.
2 to 4 tbs. green curry paste or more if desired.
1 1/2 cup coconut milk.
1 - 2 Cups chix stock
juice of one lime
1 inch piece of ginger minced.
1 lb zucchini or 1 lb thai eggplants(makua or makua pot)
If you don't have Thai eggplant/zucchini you can use fresh or canned bamboo shoots.
1 cup bamboo shoot, Buddha brand or fresh if you can get(OPTIONAL)
3 kaffir lime leaves, split and thinly sliced
1-2 red bell peppers seeded and sliced thin
1 red onion slivered 1/4+ thick slivers or equal amount of shallots.
1/4 cup Thai basil leaves
1 Tbsp. Finely chopped lemongrass
1 Tbsp.. fish sauce
1 Tbsp. Soy or sweet soy sauce.
1 tbs. palm sugar or brown sugar(I use molasses)
2-3 tbs. vegetable oil or peanut oil

IN LARGE SKILLET OR WOK ADD SOME COOKING OIL(VEGETABLE/PEANUT)
SAUTE THE ONIONS AND RED BELL PEPPERS FOR 2-3 MINS.
ADD LEMONGRASS, GINGER, CURRY PASTE AND LIME LEAVES SAUTE 2 MINS.
NOW ADD IN COCONUT MILK AND ½ CUP CHIX STOCK HEAT UP FOR 1 MINUTE.
ADD YOUR CUT UP CHIX THIGHS INTO THE MIXTURE STIR AND SAUTE.
ADD A PINCH OF SALT
COOK FOR 10-15 MINS. ON A SIMMER.
ADD REST OF YOUR COCONUT MILK.
ADD REST OF YOUR CHIX STOCK, FISH SAUCE, SUGAR AND MIX IN.
ADD KAFFIR LIME LEAVES COOK INTO MIXTURE COOK FOR 1 MINUTE
ADD THAI EGGPLANT OR ZUCCHINI, FRESH BAMBOO SHOOTS AND COOK 5 TO 10 MINUTES. SIMMER ADDITIONAL 10 MINS
SERVE EITHER ON JASMINE RICE OR RICE NOODLES OR ANY KIND OF NOODLE YOU HAVE. GARNISH WITH CILANTRO OR SLICED CHILIES AND LIME WEDGES.
ENJOY!
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