We’ve added 30 of our favourite 12WBT recipes, now adapted for Thermomix, to our Recipe Library. They’re just as delicious, simple and healthy as the 900+ recipes Members already enjoy.
Check out our 12WBT Ginger Salmon Stir-Fry and Beef Moussaka Thermomix recipes, plus tips from food and nutrition writer Louise Fulton Keats.
Try this Penang Chicken recipe today!
Thermomix Penang Chicken Recipe
This recipe tastes just like it came from a restaurant – but healthy! The recipe serves 6, so there can be enough to freeze for another meal or two.
20 min prep time
30 min cooking
297 Cal / serve
- 1 Tablespoon Red Curry Paste (20g)
- 800g Lean Chicken Breast, cut into strips
- 1 X 400g cans Coconut Flavoured Evaporated Milk (400g)
- 2 Teaspoons Fish Sauce (10g)
- 2 tbs brown sugar (40g)
- 2 Tablespoons Peanut Butter, No Added Sugar Or Salt (40g)
- 250g Broccoli, cut into florets
- 150g Snow Peas
1 Add the curry paste to the Thermomix bowl. Cook at 100C, speed 1, for 1 minute.
2 Add the chicken, coconut milk and cook at 100C, speed 1, for 3 minutes.
3 Add the fish sauce, sugar and peanut butter. Cook at 90C, reverse, speed 1, for 8 minutes.
4 Transfer the mixture to the thermoserver.
5 Put the broccoli and snow peas in varoma tray for 16 minutes.
6 Divide the chicken, sauce and vegetables among serving plates.
Is this recipe adaptable for us poor people who cant afford.a Thermomix?
There sure is – https://www.12wbt.com/blog/nutrition/12wbt-penang-chicken-vs-takeaway/
Enjoy the cook up! 🙂
12WBT Support Crew
surprised there is sugar added to this recipe…?!
Sugar is used in a lot of Malaysian/Thai cooking. This recipe is relatively true to the common recipes used for Penang chicken, hence it includes sugar. Palm sugar is most often used in this dish however, we have replaced this with brown sugar. If you prefer to leave the sugar out or use less, that is absolutely okay. 🙂
12WBT Support Crew