This AIP curry is a warming, flavourful and easy nightshade-free, weeknight dinner that’s ready in under 25 minutes. It’s also incredibly versatile. You can make this dish with any veggies that you have in your fridge or freezer, and easily switch out the protein if you don’t have fish – it actually couldn’t be easier.
The AIP curry paste recipe makes enough to have leftovers that you can easily transfer into a sealed container and freeze for the next time you want a quick meal. I was lucky that was the case tonight, and I could just defrost the pre-made paste after a long day. To be honest, it took me longer to try to style and shoot this meal, racing to catch the light before dark, than it did to make the whole thing.
Tonight my vegetables of choice were broccoli, kale, mushrooms, carrots and parsnips that I sliced thinly to cook quickly. I’ve also used spinach, zucchini and butternut squash in here – all totally yum!
Any type of skinless fish works well in this dish. I used wild rainbow trout because that’s what I had on hand, but also frequently enjoy this dish with haddock. If you want to use frozen fish, that works too, just wait to see how much water it releases in the coconut milk curry before adding the 1/2 cup water noted in the recipe.
This AIP curry goes really well with zucchini noodles, spaghetti squash, cauliflower rice or other AIP-compliant noodles.*
*Pictured here are shirataki noodles which are paleo and made from the konjac root. While the whole konjac root is AIP compliant, I have recently learned that many of these noodles are made using the isolated glucomannan fiber from konjac which, according to Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, can irritate the gut and throw off bacteria balance and thus not considered to be AIP compliant. If you are in the AIP elimination stage I would therefore recommend one of the more nutrient-dense, whole foods options like zucchini noodles to serve with your curry.
If you enjoyed this dish you might also like:
- Baked Haddock in Sweet Potato Cream Sauce
- Roasted Veggie and Salmon Bowl
- AIP Lamb Curry
- AIP Thai Basil Beef
If you try this AIP Fish and Vegetable Curry, I would love it if you would give it a star rating and short review. Also, be sure to snap a picture of the finished product and share it with me on Instagram by tagging @healmedelicious.Print