Pressure Cooker Coconut Chicken Curry is done super fast and is packed with flavor!
I’ve become a little (okay, a lot) obsessed with my pressure cooker. There’s really not a lot it can’t do!
I don’t use the InstaPot like the rest of the world, but I absolutely love my Fagor Multi-Cooker. Not only is it a pressure cooker but it’s a slow cooker and a rice cooker too. One appliance. Three uses. WINNING. p.s. this isn’t sponsored!
After we got home from Italy I was really craving curry for some reason. Maybe it had something to do with the fact that I didn’t want anything to do with pasta for about a month, and maybe I just really needed some different flavors in my life. Don’t get me wrong, I loved the Italian food. However, I was really excited to get some other international foods back on my plate once we got home.
This Coconut Curry Chicken recipe was kind of an off-hand thing, where I didn’t even glance at a recipe for a starting point. I just kind of thought of the flavors I wanted and gave it a go.
I’m really glad I ended up writing it all down because this was delicious! Marc raved about it and I actually had seconds because I loved it so much.
This recipe can be pretty adaptable as far as the veggies go. I think sweet potatoes and cauliflower would be great options to replace the carrots and broccoli, and you could do snow peas instead of asparagus if you wanted. That said, I really liked the combo of veggies that we had, which were carrots, broccoli, onion, and asparagus.
You can also make this recipe in your slow cooker if you don’t have a pressure cooker or want it cook for you all day. I’ve added the directions for that in the recipe as well!
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