Great curry...but not that spicy. I did make a couple of changes to the recipe though, i left the frozen vegetables out, and i used 2 stalks instead of 1 stalk of lemongrass. I also left out the dessicated coconut. But the spices come together very well, and the aroma was just to die for, but it was nothing compared to the experience of the first taste of this curry. Would make this again. Thanks heaps! (pick your chef)
This was amazing!! It was our first attempt at anything like this, and we loved it. We did not have all of the ingredients (we were missing curry leaves and red chilies), but it was still wonderful. We served with white basmati rice, and my DH ate until he was stuffed! We will definitely make this again. Thanks WaterMelon - this recipe's a keeper.
We loved this curry, and so did many people at my children's school; I made it first for an Asian potluck (my son studied Malaysia and gave a great report), and then brought it again the following week for a teacher's appreciation potluck. I also did not have lemon grass or curry leaves, and the first time which was mainly for kids, I left out the chili paste, and they loved it. For the second one it was spicier and the adults loved it. One teacher said, "This has all of the right spices for curry -- really, I mean it." He could tell it was more than just curry powder. Thank you for a great recipe.
Very good, but I realized I was out of a lot of ingredients so I can't exactly put a starred review yet. Once I get things like lemongrass and curry leaves, I will definitely make this one again. Thanks!!
amazing... will make this again for sure..........i served mine with coconut rice and dried fried onion flakes..the aroma was simply to die for
Hello Watermelon, Once again you have posted a great recipe. I used a whole chicken, removed the skin and cut up into pieces. Adding canned veggies was a good idea and the dried coconut flakes was a nice touch too. I really enjoy Malaysian cuisine and this dish was a hit with me.