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Malaysian Chicken Curry with Coconut Rice & Green Beans (GF DF)


Truly authentic curry by our Singaporean chef
A great meal for when you feel the need for true Asian flavours

Lean chicken simmered till tender in our own authentic curry sauce and accompanied by fragrant coconut rice (cooked in coconut milk and Pandan leaf), served with green beans. This is a new recipe. We've added a little extra heat to the curry (just so it warms the back of your throat), and added fresh green, al dente beans instead of the ikan bilis.

If you like, add your own boiled egg, cucumber, ikan bilis and chilli paste on the side to transform it into Nasi Lemak (as in the second photo)

This dish features truly authentic flavours as it has been cooked for us by our Singaporean chef.

Single Serve 350g


Coconut Rice (51%): Jasmine rice, coconut milk, water, coconut powder, salt, Pandan leaves
Chicken Curry (40%): Chicken, coconut cream, water, our own curry paste (brown onion, curry powder (onion, vegetable oil, mixed spices, chilli, lemongrass, salt, coriander seeds, turmeric, garlic, cumin seed, fennel seed, sugar)
Green Beans (9%)

Allergen Notice: May contain tree nut and peanut.


Gluten-Free Dairy-Free

Heating Instructions:

  1. Lift off plastic cover. Leave on top and place container on a plate to heat in microwave. ​
  2. From Frozen: Heat for 4-5 minutes on high, or until contents are hot. Let stand for 2 minutes before serving.
  3. From Thawed: Heat for 2-3 minutes on high, or until contents are hot. Let stand for 2 minutes before serving.
  4. As the heating capacity of individual microwave ovens varies so much, heating temperatures and times are a guide only.

General Note: This dish may contain traces of seeds, gluten, eggs and dairy (as it it cooked in a kitchen where other meals are being prepared). ​

Individual ingredients - such as coconut cream/milk, tomato paste, spice mixes, sauces (fish, tabasco, etc) - may also contain their own preservatives/additives, although in small amounts in proportion to the cooked dish.