Easy Coconut Green Curry Meatballs




1 cup of green curry paste

4 cups coconut milk

1 ½ cups finely chopped fresh cilantro                      

Approx. 28-34 ounces of cooked meatballs


Add the green curry paste to a slow cooker on low or medium-low, and once it’s heated slowly whisk in the coconut milk

After the milk is blended with the green curry paste, add 1 cup of cilantro and stir to incorporate.

Add the meatballs and cook until the sauce thickens slightly, and the meatballs are heated through – about 1-2 hours

When ready to serve, garnish with the remaining ½ cup of cilantro.

I will serve this over rice, or pasta, or rice noodles.   Also, just before serving you can add in sautéed onions, or steamed broccoli, or mushrooms, or anything else you might enjoy.


3 thoughts on “Easy Coconut Green Curry Meatballs

  1. Hi Susan,
    You are both naturals @ cooking as well as behind the camera. I am surprised that I never realised until yesterday you had a blog – I will reply to other posts etc you have written re: faith etc.

    Have a blessed remainder of The Lords Day
    From a warm evening here in England 🙂

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    1. Thanks for commenting. I haven’t written in a while (since the recipes have sort of taken over my blog🤣) but the Lord has been prodding me to do so once again. So thanks for saying something. Susan


  2. Just started watching you two. love the recipes and the fun you all have. been a subscriber to Tribe of many for about 3 years now and absolutely love your family. I have an adult family home were i care for Mental Health Clients and have been doing it for 31 years now and am always looking for new recipes to try on my clients. i will let you know how they like this one! God bless and keep the recipes coming.

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