Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Slow Cooker Red Thai Curry

Carnivore?  Vegetarian?  Vegan?  Whichever way you choose to live and eat, this Red Thai Curry dish will rock your world!  This recipe may need a bit of explanation.  "Mock Duck" is a vegan meat substitute so the original recipe is vegan/vegetarian.  If you prefer meat, substitute with chicken or pork (or whichever meat you choose).  I like Mock Duck but I have made this recipe many different ways and I always add more veggies.

Slow Cooker Red Thai Curry with Mock Duck

2 cups mushrooms
1 pepper
2 cans mock duck
1 can coconut milk
3T red curry paste
Add sliced onions, julienned carrots and/or broccoli florets

Remove stems from mushrooms and chop the caps. Remove the seeds from the pepper and chop. Drain the mock duck and cut into bite-size pieces.

Place chopped mushrooms, pepper, and mock duck in the slow cooker. Add coconut milk and curry paste; stir well to mix in curry paste to coat veggies & mock duck.

Cook on low for 5-6 hours, until veggies are cooked. Be mindful not to overcook the peppers.  If you’d like it a little spicy, try adding some Sriracha or Thai chili sauce.

Serve by itself or over white or brown rice.

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