12 Reviews

This was delicious, I had some cooked shrimp in the freezer, so I made the sauce and threw the shrimp in for the last 5 mins cooking time.I also threw in a handful of frozen peas at the same time.Thanks for a great recipe

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ChefDebs December 08, 2005

My fiance requested Shrimp Curry for dinner, so I went out in search of a quicker recipe for shrimp curry. Through my time here at zaar, Ive noticed that you(heyjude) and I have similar tastes, so when I found your recipe, I was very excited to try it! My apartment smelled so wonderful while making this!!! I must admit I used a bit more curry, but that is just to our tastes. As chia said, the sauce is wonderful. I served this with coconut rice w/ parsley. Unfortunately I didnt have any snap peas, so I had to make it without, but that made no difference Im sure!!!!

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love4culinary April 15, 2004

i used sea scallops too, 12 large ones. this was great, i loved the sauce! we served this over jasmine rice, great quick dinner

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chia November 20, 2003

My family loved this! I made it with about 3/4 cup of heavy cream and the rest whole milk and it was still very rich - almost too rich for me but the little one and DH Loved it. Next time I will definitely cut out the cream and just use whole milk. I also used a sweet curry and increased it to 1 1/2 Tbs and next time I will use a hot curry to add a nice heat to the dish. Really comforting and easy to put together - especially if you remember to blanch the peas and peel the shrimp first as I forgot! Use the best sweetest peas you can find for this dish. Thanks for the keeper, Hey Jude!

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lolablitz July 19, 2010

Nice curry sauce. We really enjoyed this meal. Thanks for the recipe.

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Arctic Mama February 13, 2010

This was good, but I think next time I need to find some lower calorie cream. In order to cut the calories, I used less olive oil and butter for sauteeing, which was fine, I increased the chicken stock to 1 1/2 cups, used 1% milk instead of cream and cut it to 1 cup, then used 1 cup of coconut water instead of coconut milk (mainly because I was in too much of a hurry to make the milk...) It was really good, but next time, I'm going to add a bit more curry powder and some more salt, in addition to using some cream...

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Jmommy209 July 31, 2009

This was deeelicious! I used FF half and half and followed the recipe. I loved the mix of flavors and will be putting this into my favorites. This is a repeat recipe for me and I will make it when company comes! Thanks!

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Chef Crystal Cooks January 19, 2009

This was very good. Overall, however, the dish was a little too sweet and heavy but that will be easy to remedy. Next time - and there will be a next time - I will cut back on the cream and use light coconut milk. Thanks for posting!

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Marsha Mazz June 21, 2008

This recipe is absolutely fabulous!!! The only thing I did different is I used low fat coconut milk and cream. Thanks for the recipe!!!

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RGRLFRI December 16, 2007

Excellent! Tried it for dinner over rice. Wouldn't change a thing. Easy and quick to make (I used cooked shrimp - it's all I had on hand). Will definitely put it on our family favourites list. Thanks for a great recipe.

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Erica B. May 16, 2007
Shrimp Curry with Coconut Milk and Sugar Snap Peas