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What a lovely and rich curry! I forgot to buy the lemon so I added a few drops of lemon extract instead - not ideal, I know, but at least I got a bit of lemon kick too. I did add more salt and chopped plenty of cilantro on top. Yum! Thank you for sharing!
This was delicious! A perfect curry recipe! My youngest DD and DH loved it! I used snow peas and tossed in some carrot sticks and water chestnuts I had in the fridge. I'm sure I'll be making this often as my family is always interested in new curry recipes. Thanks!
great blend of spices, of coarse I added in crushed chili flakes, used yellow on and added fresh garlic, I sauteed both in oil with red bell pepper, I omitted the cilanto, we enjoyed the, thanks Shar!
My whole family enjoyed this recipe. I had to sub several things because I didn't want to go to the store. shallots = 1 onion, red pepper = frozen pepper mix, lemon zest = juice 1/2 lemon, green chilies = 10 jarred jalepeno slices, chopped. Even with these subs. it still came out great. It's definitely the spices and coconut milk that make it. Thanks for a great recipe!
A lovely curry for a weeknight dinner. I used extra veggies and doubled the sauce (curry mix). Served over rice as suggested. My girls just *loved* the cashews.
My mission: wow the "supper club" gang with an asian dish. The combo of curry and cashews intrigued me! I doubled the recipe to accomadate our group, and added a bag of frozen peas; everything else was as written. It was delish and got rave reviews from our group. Thank you, Sharon123 for an easy, tasty dish that is as much a delight to the palate as it is to the eye!
Definitely rich and filling. This is an unusual dish that I would never have thought of preparing a few years ago. It is beautiful and truly lives up to its name as colorful. It was served over a brown rice blend and I think it would have been much better had it been served with a well seasoned rice pilaf.