Once in a rare while a recipe will come along which exactly meets the standards of the most discriminating of your tastebuds. This is such a recipe! It was quite straight forward to make and a joy to eat. I was torn between wanting to stay at the table to eat more or rush back to the kitchen to get another batch started so that when I finished eating the first I wouldn't have to wait for the next batch. My advice to folks contemplating making this recipe would be to double the recipe right up front. Serve your favorite Pad Thai Noodle recipe along with this dish and your reputation will be made. Thanks, ShannonBecker!!
Made this on Sunday and it was delicious, wouldn't change a thing.
One of my family's favorite dishes, however, I always add peas or a peas and carrots mix about 2 minutes prior to the sauce being done. We always make a double batch as well because it tastes wonderful straight of of the fridge!
This is an excellent recipe that can be tweaked in all kinds of different ways to suit your taste or ingredients you have on hand! I used light coconut milk , boneless chicken thighs, a little more sugar and peanut butter (but I am excessive like that). I added some tri color peppers and baby corn. Topped it off with a squeeze of lime and Thai basil. I was blown away and realized it was just as good as "Indochine" a restaurant I drive 2 hours to go to! Happy dance!!
Really tasty and versatile. I added blackeyed peas, potato, a little chicken stock, a red chilli, coriander, fresh lemon, fresh ginger, and a red onion (as well as the green one). I used light brown sugar for a slight hint of caramel. Added some more red curry paste to give a bit more kick :-) Didn't need the cornflour. I'm not the best cook in the world so this was extra good because I could play with it without messing it up!
So good! I loved this peanut sauce!!
I was a bit disappointed in this recipe. I thought it tasted just like regular red thai curry with only a very mild hint of peanut. It was very quick and easy to make though, which is great for a weeknight meal, but nothing extraordinary. Looks like most people really enjoy this curry though. I'm glad I tried it.
The taste is fantastic!!! I used our multicooker Redmond for cooking, it took me about 7-10 min longer to make the chickem ready, it was such a yum! Thank you for the recipe
Made this for dinner tonight.so glad i did, was super easy and absolutely delicious! Will definitely make it again.
Delicious, simple, straight-forward recipe. I made it with soy sauce, added some chopped green pepper, and increased the garlic. You could easily add other complimentary ingredients and still come out with a great dish. It was also great the next day. A keeper.