Wow, by far the best curry recipe I've found. Because I like the heat I added another TBL of curry & an extra tsp of sambal. Could had added more but the wife wouldn't appreciate that. I also used 2/3 cup of peanut butter in all & topped with cilantro, green onion & peanuts. Thanks for a great recipe!!
Excellent - DH and I are on a health kick and this was very easy to lighten up. We used lite Coconut milk, cut the oil for sauteing chicken in half. With these two adjustments it cuts the calories almost in half. This is so very good. Thanks HeidiSue
Wow, this one is a keeper. It was easy and fast and tastes like you spent a lot of time cooking. I didn't have the sambal oelek so I substituted Siracha sauce. This is a wonderful balance of sweet, spicy and hot. Next time I will also sprinkle cilantro and scallions on it along with the crushed peanuts and fresh lime juice.
This is my favorite peanut curry recipe. I have small children who don't do spicy so I omit the sambel olek and it does just fine without it. I also like to toss in some carrots, red peppers, and cauliflower (not very authentic I know) to make it a complete meal for the family!
Very delicious! Although I used siracha instead of sambal olek, and only put in 1 tsp instead of 3. I really liked the flavor and it wasn't too spicy at all. I'll definitely have to make it again.
Awesome recipe! Tastes just like the Thai red curry peanut chicken from genghis grill! I've been craving this recipe for weeks and happily satisfied with the results. I can't wait for my leftovers! The only downside is that it wasn't as spicy as everyone said it was. And it was a bit oily, maybe it was because i used Thai kitchen red chilli paste and not the sambal oelek.
One of the best recipes on here - super easy, super quick and absolutely beautiful. I just reduced the red curry paste as I find it very hot.
Oh yes, I failed to mention that this recipe is super easy. The only ingredient out of them all that you have to dice is the chicken. No grating, chopping, slicing or the like. That's it. The rest is dump in. LOVE THAT!
Fantastic! Better than take out! Everyone loves this recipe. I've made a lot of Thai curries, but none came out as delicious as this one. I used 2 Tbs of curry paste and 1 tsp of chili paste.
This was really good, except it came out a little bit too salty for my taste (without the addition of salt/pepper, etc). Next time I might try adding a little bit more sugar in to give it the sweet & spicy flair without being overpowered by salt, and also might try reducing the curry paste by a hint and adding more peanut butter. Also, I watered down the coconut milk to make an even 2 cups to make it a bit lighter.