Slow Cooker Thai Curry Chicken [VIDEO]

This Slow Cooker Thai Curry Chicken will soon become your favorite lunch or dinner. It’s packed with delicious flavor and comes together in a pinch! We ate it all week long on top of white rice or cauliflower rice, and it would be great over rice noodles with veggies, too!

Slow Cooker Thai Curry Chicken

 Slow Cooker Thai Curry Chicken

Week 2 of Slow Cooker Sunday is here and it’s a goodie! I am so happy to see so many of you making and sharing your Carne Asada from last week, so let’s keep it going strong this week!

Slow Cooker Thai Curry Chicken

You put it all in…

Mix it up…Slow Cooker Thai Curry Chicken

Then set it and forget it, and voila! Perfect Thai Curry chicken!

Slow Cooker Thai Curry Chicken

Slow Cooker Thai Curry Chicken

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Slow Cooker Thai Curry Chicken


Yields 4
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 4 hr
Total Time 4 hours 10 minutes



Author: Lexi

Ingredients

Directions

  • Place sliced onion in the bottom of the insert of your slow cooker.
  • Add coconut milk, garlic, ginger, fish sauce, lime juice, sesame oil, sugar, and spices. Toss to combine.
  • Add in chicken and mix to coat.
  • Set on high for 4 hours. When done, shred with two forks.
  • Serve over white rice or cauliflower rice, garnish, and enjoy.

Recipe Notes

  • For Whole30, omit the sugar.

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September 18, 2016

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  1. This is an absolute favourite of myself, my husband and our 3 year old and 9 month old – it gets DEMOLISHED!! Thanks so much for my new go-to slow cooker recipe!

  2. First recipe I made from your blog and so easy and delicious! My fiancé even asked if he could take some leftovers to work tomorrow (which he NEVER does!)

  3. What kind of curry powder do you use? I made this tonight with standard curry powder… it’s tasty. But definitely Indian curry instead of Thai.

  4. This is my favorite recipe ever!!! I do it for 45 mins in a le creuset. although maybe i’m a glutton but mine is only like 2.5 servings…

  5. We loved this recipe! It’s sooooo good. We added 1 bell pepper to the crockpot as well for some veggies. Will definitely be making this again!

  6. This was the first meal I did with a crock pot – it was absolutely delicious! I didn’t have any sesame oil – just skipped this and it was delicous and savoury with just a can of light coconut milk and some chicken bouillon. For sure I am gonna try some more of your recipes!

  7. Can’t even read the recipe without getting bombarded with ads. I do not support this type of fake blog. REal recipes speak for themselves

    1. Hi Brianne! I am curious what is a fake blog? I’m writing as an employee of this blog, which is a small business. I work 40 hours a week here on this blog, which I assure you is real. Unfortunately I cannot work for free. I have two kids. My boss, the owner of this small business, also has a family. She also devotes much more than 40 hours a week to this space. She also cannot work for free. However, you DO get these recipes, that we work so hard to research, buy groceries for, develop, test, write about, test again and deliver to you, ALL FOR FREE. That doesn’t even count all the other expenses that come from running a REAL blog. The income earned from Ads are what pay for the operations of this small business. If you wish to not have to view ads, I recommend you buy a cookbook. Or better yet, develop the recipes on your own! All the best, Kelli (Food Editor of this very real blog)

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