4 Reviews

Fairly easy to put together. I used sweet potatoes rather than white potatoes and skipped the green onions at the end. I added about 1/4 tsp of crushed red peppers and a pinch of salt and maybe doubled the water mentioned as it evaporates quite a bit as the carrots/potatoes cook. We all loved it served with brown rice. Wonderful yellow curry. I will use the sauce base for this recipe for many other vegetable combos and chicken as well. Thanks for posting!

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Sharlene~W April 14, 2012

This was very easy to make. Excellent flavor. Loved the recipe. Will definitely make this again!

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JenR10 January 09, 2012

This was good for a weekday meal, but I found using normal coconut milk instead of light enhanced the flavour extensively. Thank you so much for sharing!

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TheJourneyman August 19, 2009

This has tons of flavour. I used oyster sauce in place of the fish sauce and had to add a little salt as a result. I also omitted the sugar. I found this tasted even better the next day. I served this with brown rice and used cooked shrimp and added them just to heat at the end. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada December 18, 2007
Shrimp in Yellow Curry (Gang Lueng Goong)