Thai Coconut Chicken


May 6, 2021

Thai Coconut Chicken 5 0 5 3

A delicious mild curry that is super easy to make. This curry is loved by my whole family, even the fussy kids.

  • Prep: 5 hrs
  • Cook: 4 hrs 30 mins
  • 5 hrs

    4 hrs 30 mins

    9 hrs 30 mins

  • Yields: Serves 4-6


1 - 1.2kg whole chicken thighs

400ml can coconut milk

2 tsp fresh/jar ginger

2 garlic cloves finely chopped or crushed

1 heaped Tbs of red curry paste

1 Tbs fish sauce

2 Tbs brown sugar

1 pkt French onion soup


1Coat chicken thighs in plain flour and place in slow cooker.

2In a jug, mix together remaining ingredients.

3Pour over chicken.

4Cook on low for approx 4- 5 hours

Submitted by Kirsty Crack


5 Reviews


June 6, 2021

My family love this! My kids are 2 and 3 and somewhat fussy but both times they have eaten it all.
I’ve made it with chicken thigh and chuck steak and we like it better with the steak.
I also use yellow curry paste instead of red and don’t use ginger.


May 28, 2021

My family loved this meal and as I had to feed 5 adults and 3 kids I just tripled the recipe and used drumsticks as well as thighes, I used yellow curry instead of red


May 26, 2021

Quick and easy to make resulting in a delicious curry that I’ll be making regularly for family and friends.


May 24, 2021

Nice mild curry, I love mild curries because I can no longer have spicy so this hit the spot. I followed the recipe exactly and it turned out perfect, we served ours with plain rice and naan bread. Thanks Kirsty for your recipe


May 18, 2021

its yum…i used yellow curry paste instead of red… bulked it with fresh onion and garlic and no teatowel trick so the liquid spread it further..served with jasmine rice and vegies, the most mildest heat at 1 heaped tbls… kids aged 6 to 15, plus hubby, all raved..

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