Thai Green Chicken Curry
The weaning process is all about introducing your little one’s taste buds to a plethora of flavours and textures. What better way to do this than with a British favourite, the Thai Green Curry.
You might think that we had to dumbed down the flavours for our small humans? Not at all! Yes, we’ve taken out the chilli but our homemade Thai curry paste packs a punch with lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, coriander, ginger root, garlic all brought together with coconut milk. By adding chicken and wholegrain brown rice, you have a complete meal full of goodness.
All our meat skus are 10% more expensive than other brands because there’s 20% chicken in there! The industry average for a similar pouch recipe is 5%.
The story behind the recipe
Inspired by my travels around Asia as a youngster, this recipe really represents everything I loved about that trip – the food! We’ve made this recipe as true to local as possible. We’ve removed the heat but kept all the attitude.
We could’ve use chicken thigh as I believe it holds a lot more flavour, and it’s a bit more chef-y.
Jealous? Yep. I will now be making this for dinner tonight. If you fancy doing the same, here is my recipe!
Organic Cooked Brown Rice (25%), Organic Chicken (20%), Organic Broccoli (13%), Organic Pumpkin (13%), Organic Peas (13%), Organic Coconut Milk (Water***, Organic Coconut Cream) (13%), Organic Garlic, Organic Ginger, Organic Coriander, Organic Lime Juice, Organic Lemongrass, Organic Kaffir Lime leaves (***non-organic)
Our wholegrain brown rice adds complex carbohydrates to create a complete meal.
Made in house from water and coconut cream this is the best of the best. We travelled far and wide to find the best and it didn’t exist, so we decided to make it ourselves.
Our Chicken comes from Wales, less than 40 miles from our factory. Award-winning & organic, we think it’s the best chicken you can get.
Our broccoli is organic and grown in the UK. We ensure all of our ingredients hold the highest Baby-Grade standards.
|Typical Values||per 100g|
|—of which saturates||2.5g|
|—of which sugars||1.5g|