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Outstanding! Hubby wants this recipe again and really soon. I used pre-peeled large raw prawns and cooked them a little longer then suggested. Once the prawn was marinated I had dinner ready on the table within 15 minutes. Served it with crusty bread and salad. Thank you I'mPat for a wonderful recipe.
A simple but so good curry, smooth and creamy and rich in flavour. I used a Roast garam masala for the curry powder, I liked the idea of 'marinating' the prawns in cream (anything with cream sounds good to me!). This was easily prepared and very much enjoyed, served over rice. Thanks for a lovely supper dish when we feel like something decadent but uncomplicated, Pat!
easy and very tasty, Idid a few amount adjustments, I used medium shrimp for this and increased the garlic way up, also I used more than 2 tablespoon curry powder and reduced the cream to half, served with rice we enjoyed this dish tonight, thanks for sharing Pat!
this was very easy, and tastes great! I used the dregs at the bottom of a jar of Hot Pepper garlic Jelly, instead of the fresh garlic, and that gave it a little extra zing! I real keeper, thanks Pat
This is so yummy. I bought peeled prawns to lazy to shell and devein here. i cooked this for my bf and he loved it. thanks
A great, tasty, easy recipe. I used peeled prawns (just born lazy!) and put the whole thing together in no time. Served with rice and salad it was a real winner. Thanks for posting!
Great recipe Pat and very easy to cook. I had some frozen green prawns in the freezer so defrosted and used them instead of the cooked prawns. Worked really well. I think Dave had about three helpings. Served over rice with roti on the side to sop up the sauce.
Words can hardly describe how good this is! It has a wonderful creamy texture but the chicken stock / curry base just gives it an extra edge and it's perfect over rice. I served over boiled rice cooked with a little turmeric for added colour.