It’s actually green bean sweet potato pork green curry, but that seemed like too long of a title! Curry is something I have been recently experimenting with and I love it cause you make it as mild or as strong as you want! Even my husband who is super picky enjoyed it!
Ingredients (makes 3-6 servings):
1 medium sweet potato
2 large handfuls of green beans (Note: you can add any veggies you want here! I have also tried asparagus and broccoli and both were excellent).
1 can coconut milk (I use trader joe’s)
2 heaping tablespoons of green curry paste (I use thai kitchen; also even with 2 tbsp this was still very mild)
1 clove garlic
1.5 lbs pork
Chop the sweet potato and green beans into small pieces.
Heat olive oil in large saute pan with minced clove of garlic. Once the oil is hot, add the pork.
Brown the pork on each side; then remove to plate.
Add the coconut milk and whisk in the curry paste. Note: better to start with a smaller amount and then add. I add mine in, whisk, then taste to determine if it needs more. It is better to add the curry prior to adding the veggies.
Mix in the veggies and cover.
Simmer for ten minutes.
Cut the pork into bite size chunks and add to the mixture.
Bring the curry to a boil, then reduce to medium low and let simmer for 20 minutes. Adjust your cooking time as needed; I didn’t pre-boil my sweet potatoes but that would reduce the cooking time.