This curry is full of fresh Paleo proof ingredients and full of flavour.

Who said you need to serve Thai curries with rice? Sweet potatoes are a great rice replacement in this recipe. Sweet potatoes will make your body feel satisfied and will provide your body with twice the recommended daily intake of vitamin A.

The combination of the large variety of vegetables, chicken, coconut milk, herbs and spices will give your body an abundance of micro and macro nutrients.

We like to add coriander to this recipe, not just for its delicious flavour but also because coriander has shown to control blood sugar levels.

This recipe will take about 30 minutes to prepare and makes curry for four.


For the curry paste (can be replaced by a ready-made paste):

  • One table spoon of coconut oil
  • One lemon grass
  • Three garlic cloves
  • Two cm fresh ginger root
  • Two small green chillies
  • One table spoon lime juice
  • One kaffir leave

For the curry:

  • 400 grams of boneless organic chicken
  • One large onion
  • One aubergine
  • One courgette
  • One red pepper
  • 200 grams of green beans
  • 200 grams of spinach
  • Four sweet potatoes
  • 200ml of coconut milk
  • One table spoon of coconut oil
  • 20 grams of coriander


  1. Wash the sweet potatoes and boil these for ten minutes
  2. Add all the curry paste ingredients to a food processor or blender and blend until a paste forms
  3. Cut the chicken into pieces
  4. Wash and chop all vegetables other than the spinach into small pieces or cubes
  5. Heat the coconut oil in a frying pan
  6. Add the chicken and onion and fry until cooked through (roughly five minutes)
  7. Add the curry paste and fry for another minute
  8. Remove the chicken mixture from the frying pan
  9. Add all the vegetables to the pan and fry for five minutes
  10. Add the chicken mixture, the sweet potatoes pieces, the spinach and the coconut milk to the pan
  11. Let the mixture simmer for four minutes while you stir
  12. Wash the coriander
  13. Serve on four plates and add coriander

If you are not a big fan of coriander, add cashew nuts instead.