Easy Healthy Thai Red Curry with Vegetables | Food Dinner Recipes

This Thai red curry recipe is so easy to make at home! It’s much tastier than takeout and healthier, too. Feel free to change up the vegetables (you’ll need about 3 cups total) and skip the kale if you want a more traditional Thai curry. This recipe is vegetarian, vegan and gluten free for all to enjoy.

Easy Healthy Thai Red Curry with Vegetables - Food Dinner Recipes

What people says about this recipe?

Jennifer Stephens; My daughter loves red curry so I decided to try to make it my self. This was super easy and fast!

Crystal; This was absolutely delicious and I will definitely be making again! It was a bit sweet for me but some chili flakes fixed that 🙂

Taylor Giberson; So delicious and easy! I put mine over cauliflower rice and meal prepped it for the week. Even my brother who claims to hate curry said “wow this is actually so delicious!” Followed recipe exactly as is but might add more kinds of veggies next time!

Nikki Dunbar; Really yummy! I added a can of Chickpeas during the simmer step. Might add less red curry paste next time because I really like the smell before adding it.

Gretchen Weber; Great recipe, probably took closer to an hour, but definitely will be adding this to my favorites! This recipe makes curry accessible for those venturing out on their first try! I substituted powdered ginger, lime juice out of the good old skirt bottle and spinach vs Kale, turned out great!

Laura; Sooo good!!! Followed everything as was, just added some frozen broccoli for extra green. I thought the red curry paste would be too spicy for me (not really a huge fan of very spicy) but the heat was just right.

Lacey Story; Added broccoli, peas and shredded carrots and an extra TBSP of soy sauce. Also, added 2 TBSP of tomato paste & a can of diced tomatoes. This was fabulous!

Carissa Hogan; So good! Easy to add a meat protein to – we cook chicken in the pan before we start the recipe, remove it when it’s cooked, and add it back at the end.

Janelle Eckman; This was amazing. I added chicken and started with that first then added my onion and went from there. I seasoned the chicken with poultry magic and some salt. Otherwise I followed the recipe to the tee ( which I never do. Any one who knows me will tell you). One of the best of the best recipes I have made.