Easy Green Curry with Mussels and Bok Choy

Easy and Flavorful Green Curry with Mussels and Bok Choy: Perfect weeknight dinner ready in just 30 minutes! It has a fresh “ocean hint” and tons of flavor.

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Easy and Flavorful Green Curry with Mussels and Bok Choy: Perfect weeknight dinner ready in just 30 minutes! It has a fresh Today I share a recipe of a very easy and yet so delicious green curry with mussels and bok choy. It’s an example of how creative you can be while cleaning up your fridge 🙂 I had some bok choy and red Chinese cabbage left after I made ramen with rice noodles, spicy tofu and veggies. Bok choy is normally used in soups or just roasted in the oven. I think I found a better use for it because this green curry came out just perfect with so much of flavor! We ate it with brown rice to reduce the carbohydrates but you can also make paratha flat bread, lentils or just normal white rice to soak it up. This green curry has a very unusual refreshing “ocean hint” flavor and a creamy smooth texture with a bit of chewiness from mussels and dried anchovies and a little crunch from the vegetables. I used my favorite Indian spices: fenugreek, coriander, cumin, turmeric, black peppercorns and black cardamom that gives a very nice smoky flavor. A splash of lime juice gives this curry an extra rich and vivid taste. It puts me in a spring mood 🙂

Easy and Flavorful Green Curry with Mussels and Bok Choy: Perfect weeknight dinner ready in just 30 minutes! It has a fresh Another good thing about this curry is that it takes less than 30 minutes to make from scratch, making it a perfect healthy weeknight dinner! You just have to grind your spices, chop onion, chili, bok choy and red Chinese cabbage, grate ginger and garlic and you are good to go! Start with making your rice at this point, so that it’s ready by the time you are done with the curry. In a wok, heat a lug of vegetable oil and stir-fry onion, garlic, chili and ginger. Add ground spices and enjoy the wonderful aroma. Then add bok choy and red cabbage. Stir-fry for a couple of minutes and add a can of coconut milk, vegetable broth or water and a bit of ground almonds. Then add anchovies and mussels. Simmer for 8-10 minutes. Season with salt to taste. Serve with lime wedges, a spoon of Greek yoghurt and rice or parathas. Believe me, it’s so delicious you will make this curry over and over again. In fact, if you practice making it for a couple of times, you are able to make any curry from the ingredients you have on hand. Just learn the main principle: sauté your aromatics in vegetable oil, add spices, add veggies, proteins and coconut milk, a bit of water or broth (and/or diced tomatoes), thicken it with ground nuts and add a splash of acid in the end. With this in mind, you can vary ingredients and make a new curry every time. In fact, I’ve written a FREE e-book for homecooks called “How To Cook Without a Recipe”. My hope is to help you improvise in the kitchen and create mouth-watering dishes on your own without being dependent on recipes. Please tell me what you think about it! And here is the recipe of my easy green curry with mussels and bok choy.

Easy and Flavorful Green Curry with Mussels and Bok Choy: Perfect weeknight dinner ready in just 30 minutes! It has a fresh Easy and Flavorful Green Curry with Mussels and Bok Choy: Perfect weeknight dinner ready in just 30 minutes! It has a fresh

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Easy Green Curry with Mussels and Bok Choy
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Course Main course
Cuisine Thai
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
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Course Main course
Cuisine Thai
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
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  1. Chop onion, chili, bok choy and red Chinese cabbage. Set a large skillet or a wok with a lug of vegetable oil on medium heat. Start with making your rice (see instructions on the package) at this point, so that it's ready by the time you are done with the curry.
  2. Add onion, chili, ginger and garlic to the wok and sauté for 1 minute. Add ground spices and sauté for 1-2 more minutes until aromatic. Then add bok choy and red cabbage. Stir-fry for a couple of minutes and add coconut milk, vegetable broth or water and ground almonds. Then add anchovies and mussels. Simmer for 8-10 minutes. Season with salt to taste. Serve with lime wedges and rice or parathas.
Recipe Notes

Dried anchovies are quite salty, so taste your curry before adding more salt to it.

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