Thai Coconut Curry with Pineapple


Contrary to popular belief, I don’t actually look forward to cooking every night.

Sometimes it is laziness.

Sometimes it is lack of inspiration.

Sometimes I don’t like what I have on the menu plan and can’t really decide on something that does sound good.

A lot of the time, the meals that you see here I will make for lunch and dinner on the weekend so weeknights are reserved for impromptu trips to Silvercity or eating excess leftovers or indulging in my latest obsession with a loaded salad and baked sweet potato. (Seriously, I’ve had that combo about a dozen times in the last month alone. If it ain’t broke…)

For these reasons, I like to keep some rice or quinoa already made in the fridge and just throw together a quick stir-fry. I don’t really consider them blog-worthy, but this one turned out particularly well.

Thai Coconut Curry with Pineapple

1 Tbls peanut oil
4 cups frozen stir fry vegetable blend (water chestnuts mostly picked out)
1 red bell pepper, sliced
1 cup frozen pineapple chunks (canned works too)
1 cup lite coconut milk (make sure you mix that stuff up well!)
1 Tbls minced garlic
1 tsp sriracha
1/4 cup chopped cilantro

In a wok, heat the oil over medium-high heat. Sauté the vegetables and pineapple until just heated through. You want them nice and crisp still! Stir in remaining ingredients and heat through. Serve with brown rice.

Makes 2-3 large servings.


It’s simple enough but so satisfying. We topped our bowls with some salted peanuts and it was perfection.



8 Responses

  1. That sounds really fast and fresh.

  2. Yum…I love curries and love putting something sweet in my surries too!

  3. Looks perfect thai curry this week thailand new year and i make ‘Tom Yam’ soup plz check.

  4. just delicious! is this called chu chee curry by any chance? I had this just recently at a thai restaurant and loved the pineapples!

  5. These sound great, I am hosting a linky party called Sunday Buffet, Your welcome to add these to the Buffet line!

  6. I am always looking for vegetarian dishes for 2 of my daughters so thanks! I love Thai food and I can easily make this and then add a little chicken for the meat-eaters in the family.

  7. I love Thai food, but never go about making it at home. Must try this!

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