HI GUYs. I'm sharing my delicious, easy coconut chicken curry recipe. All you have to do is throw some stuff together --my favorite type of recipe.
You need some noodles, chicken breast, chicken broth, a can of coconut milk, some olive oil, spinach, onions (if you like them), group red pepper, brown sugar, chicken rub, CURRY obviously, garlic powder, pepper, turmeric, and paprika.
All I did was pretty simple. Cook some pasta: I used a new kind I found that is made out of butternut squash. It's delicious. Then, sauté some onions and spinach with garlic powder in some oil. Make it real crispy, my fav. Then plop in some curry powder...like a lot. After 30-40 seconds, add in the whole can of coconut powder and some chicken broth, depending on how much curry sauce you really want. Then the rest of the spices are sort of up to your own discretion. I like a lot of red pepper, curry, and chicken rub and a little of everything else for flavor and spice.
Let it boil for a sec, then let it simmer for a good couple of minutes so that the milk compounds break down and will start to coagulate. Then you can turn off the heat and let it cool off.
I baked my chicken in my DCB!!!!!! All you have to do is pour some curry powder, chicken broth, bread crumbs, and chicken rub. Throw it all in there and bake it. See...it's easy.
Throw your noodles in your sauce to let it suck up the sauce.
THEN. chop your chicken, or leave it whole.
next are some of my favorite places to study. Right now there are two: MY HOUSE and the Center for Innovation at Mayo in the Gonda building (floor 16).
I have a cute little study buddy at home which makes it a lot more fun.
The center for innovation does some pretty cool stuff. You can read about it here. It's pretty Google-esque. The whole thing is about coming up with new ideas and functionality. Comfy chairs and cool places to sit and work. There are some great conference rooms for group work with computers, big tvs, smart boards, and whiteboard walls!!!
Here's Deeyar studying in front of the view from the 16th floor:
M3 at Mayo Clinic School of Medicine