Creamy chicken, vegetable and pasta curry

Creamy chicken, vegetable and pasta curry


June 6, 2015

  • Prep: 5 mins
  • Cook: 5 hrs
  • Yields: 6-8


1 1/2 kilos of diced chicken breast

2 litres of chicken stock

2 cups of milk

1 can coconut cream

1 cup grated cheese

Clive Indian curry powder

Half bag of pasta spirals

Half bag of diced frozen veges


2 cloves of garlic crushed

Salt and pepper to season optional


1Put chicken in SC then add 1-1 1/2 litres of chicken stock, milk, coconut cream, garlic and 3 tablespoons of curry powder in slow cooker on low for 3-4 hours

2Then add pasta and vegetables for another hour

3If needed add a little more chicken stock

4If needed make a cornflour paste and add slowly

5Then add grated cheese and keep on low for another half hour and taste to see if more curry is needed before serving.

Submitted by nikki tutton


15 Reviews


July 3, 2022

I use this recipe but with Yeungs curry powder and it’s incredible šŸ‘Œ

Julie Louise Joy Radburn

March 6, 2022

Hi Paulene, I added cooked pasta so that was where I went wrong. I am keen to make this again as it looks delicious! Thanks so much!

Hi Julie, I’ve reviewed this members recipe and it is definitely 2L as in the method she specifies to start with 1-1.5L first and add more later on if needed. The 250g of raw pasta that is added to the recipe absorbs up the large amount of liquid as it cooks. Did you add raw pasta? šŸ™‚

Julie Louise Joy Radburn

March 4, 2022

I made this recipe but didn’t get to try it as 2 litres of chicken stock was so much liquid it didn’t absorb, is this the right quantity?


June 17, 2021

Another winner. Very tasty and with just the 2 of us at home now plenty for the freezer.

Margaret Petersen

May 18, 2020

Try using coconut flavoured evaporated milk. Evaporated milk is creamy & a good substitute for cream.


December 22, 2019

How much curry powder do you put in ?

Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

December 18, 2019

While it’s not my recipe, I would think in order to taste it within the other fluid volumes that it would be 400ml. I would also whisk through 2 tsp cornflour to it before adding to prevent splitting šŸ™‚

Kerry Hensen

December 17, 2019

Hello .. Iā€™m keen to make this recipe.. can you tell me what size tin of coconut cream please
I have 165ml and 400ml
Thank in advance

Megan Brown

July 29, 2019

Just made this to go in freezer for meals when working , coconut cream has split. First and last time of using coconut cream or milk, dont like the taste. Hopefully my partner likes it or it will be a waste. Will try this recipe again, but next time I will use cooking cream instead, and next time I will halve the recipe as it is way to much.

Cooking cream is designed not to split


July 12, 2018

do you think the cooking cream would split?

Elizabeth Tucker

June 27, 2018

Very tasty and easy winter dish. My family enjoyed this very much. I didn’t add all three tablespoons of curry powder as it would have been too spicy for my kids. Overall, lovely.


December 1, 2016

I made this recipe and it was super yummy. I added cream instead of milk because a lot of people had said theirs split but mine still eneded up splitting, which was due to the coconut cream. So next time I make it I will be adding the coconut cream at the end.

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