Thai Chicken Curry with Leek

Catalina Castravet
By Catalina Castravet
5 from 1 reviews

Thai Chicken Curry with Leek has tons of veggies, is fairly spicy, very creamy, and with fresh aromas of lime and lemongrass.

This dish is very diverse, since it can be used as a soup or over rice. For other soup related recipes, I recommend Instant Pot Lasagna SoupInstant Pot Tomato Soup and Instant Pot Baked Potato Soup.

Thai Chicken Curry with Basil

Thai Chicken Curry

This Thai chicken curry with basil and other goodies in it is so soul warming, and it makes delicious leftovers. So let me tell you more about it, the broth consists of creamy aromatic coconut milk. Also, it has tender chicken breast and summer veggies that are cooked to perfection. In addition, delicious yellow squash soaks all the flavors. Then, buttery leeks add texture, and the basil adds an unexpected freshness and bright aroma to balance the curry flavor.

I call this healthy body and soul food, just a few white potatoes are added to thicken the broth, but they can totally be skipped. Fresh lemon grass and some ginger makes this dish shine and the spicy roasted chili peppers add the right amount of heat. This curry can be served as a soup, it has all the right ingredients to keep you satisfied. Similarly, it can be served with brown rice and some delicious naan bread on the side. It’s your choice, but both options are equally tasteful.

Thai Chicken Curry

Can I substitute the meat in the soup

Absolutely. You can use ground chicken, turkey or beef can also be used, the soup will be thicker in that case.

How tot Freeze Thai Chicken Curry

  • First, cool the soup completely.
  • Then, use a cup to transfer the soup from the pot into freezer safe quart bags.
  • Next, squeeze out excess air and seal the bags.
  • Lay the bags flat in the freezer.
  • The bags can nicely be stored in the freezer for up to 2-3 months.

HOW TO REHEAT Thai Chicken Curry

  • First, thaw the curry overnight in the fridge or add the frozen bag to a large casserole dish and place under running warm water.
  • Then, transfer the curry to a dutch oven or saucepan over low-medium heat.
  • When reheating, you may need to add a bit of milk or cream, add ¼ cup at a time.
  • Next, stir to combine and simmer for a 2-3 minutes.

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5 from 1 reviews

Thai Chicken Curry

Author: Catalina Castravet Serves: 8 servings
Prep time: 20 minutes Cook time: 20 minutes Total time: 40 mins


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Nutrition information

0 Calories: 343 Carbohydrates: 18 Protein: 18 Fat: 23 Saturated Fat: 15 Cholesterol: 36 Sodium: 722 Potassium: 800 Fiber: 4 Sugar: 4 Vitamin A: 340 Vitamin C: 18.2 Calcium: 60 Iron: 3.6
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Kennedy [email protected] KCole's Creative Corner

This looks great, Katatlina! And I can't blame them for wanting to have this delicious looking curry over that sad fish ;) This looks so flavorful!


Thanks KC, they loved it!


Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary

Aww. Your poor hubby and father! Reminds me of when I used to go fishing (though it was never for 20 hours!), I would catch like a boot or random crap off the bottom of the lake. Or a barnacle off the dock in the ocean. I sucked at fishing! Lol. They are lucky to have you because I'm sure this curry put a smile on their face! And filled their bellies! I love Thai basil curry yours absolutely looks wonderful! Hearty, scrumptious and seriously flavorful! Love! <3 Cheers, girlie!


Hey Cheyanne, yes, this curry was much appreciated by our fishermen lol I had the same luck with fishing just like you :)


Gayle @ Pumpkin 'N Spice

This dish looks fantastic, Katalina! I just had a chicken curry dish over the weekend, but this looks a lot better than what I ate. I love the squash in here too. Sounds so flavorful!


You are right Gayle, its very flavorful, that why we all loved it.


My Dish is Bomb

I absolutely love Thai curries and I would definitely keep the potatoes in; I think that's one of my favourite ways to eat potatoes actually. I didn't have any luck fishing last week either but some friends of mine caught a bunch!


Yes, its one delicious way to get your potato fix :) I like it too that way!


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