Look good, Just believe me, I've never seen this dish since I was born.
Thai guy from bangkok
Super easy and the sauce was great! Will make again (and again, and again and again...) would work great with chicken as well.
This was a really good curry. I've made a lot of curry before, (shrimp, chicken, and beef) but never with fish. To the vegetables I added a half head of bok choy and three stalks of celery, chopped. I assumed the powdered curry in the recipe was yellow and added a t. of red powdered curry as well. I also added a T. of fish sauce and a T. of peanut butter to the other spices listed in a bowl with the coconut milk and minced garlic then added them all at once to the vegetables. Atop the curry I put a piece of sea bass. Sriracha was used as a condiment for those that wanted it more spicy. Thank you GaylaJ for a winner!
OMG! Made this tonight for dinner. Subbed basil for the cilantro, worked great. Otherwise made as directed. This was awsome! I will definately add this to my fish recipes. Easy to make. Definately have all ingredients ready before starting sauce. Thanks, GaylaJ!!!!
This was very good! And also very colorful. Would definitely make this for a dinner party Thai-loving friends. Wished the brown sugar hadn't been so strong. The dish tasted a little too sweet, so next time I'll add less. Also would have liked to thicken it with cornstarch as other reviewers suggested, but I can't buy it where I live, unfortunately. It was more like a soup than a sauce but delicious all the same. Also, I used green curry paste, not red, and added half a white onion, just because I love them, and was so glad I did! Put it over chicken baked with the sesame oil and salt and it was delish. Would love to try tofu as well. Thanks for posting this fabulous recipe!
Excellent dish! A great way to eat fish. I also used some fish sauce in the sauce and I would say that it is a must to serve with the lime wedge, really brings out the flavours. This sauce would be great with chicken as well.
Delicious! I doubled the recipe so we could marinate some tofu in this yummy goodness for later this week. Followed the recipe precisely and used parchment paper (love this stuff), then topped it all with the cilantro some black toasted sesame seeds and some thai lime cashews I bought at Trader Joe's. phenomenal! And I loved the fact that it wasn't vegetable heavy or at least didn't feel that way as my thai curries normally do. Thanks, Gayla.
I get tilapia at Costco - this is a great change from the usual old broiled tilapia with salad, and has become a standby in our household! Quick enough for a weeknight dinner, smells heavenly while it's cooking.
This was absolutely wonderful! I was feeling adventurous and it paid off. This is the first truly Thai dish I have made. Unfortunately I was unable to find red curry paste where I live so I substituted a heaping teaspoon of garam masala; I'm sure that is a very poor substitute but that's all I could think of! Next time I will definitely use the red curry paste. When the fish was done I slid it into the sauce and served it that way. It broke apart some but I thought that was easier. Such a beautiful, delicious dish. Thank you for sharing!