We really enjoyed this tasty curry dish. I used collosal shrimp which I cut up into bite size pieces so it would cook evenly. We enjoyed the curry but found the fish sauce to be overpowering. Next time I will add less fish sauce and use the broth option. Made as directed but I added more green curry paste and brown sugar and lime to the dish, personal preference only. Thank you so much for sharing a recipe that I will make again. Made for Whats on the Menu? Tag Game 2014.
This is a five star recipe if you use more green curry paste than what is listed. Without doing so, we found the dish a little bland. However, we easily stirred more green paste right into our individual servings, and it was perfect. Really nice flavor. We served over angel hair as suggested and the curry had the right consistency for us without having to make a cornstarch slurry. We'll have this again. Thanks!
Worked great for us! Used bottled lime juice & added a few verboten frozen kaffir lime leaves - marvelous! Fast with brown rice on the side - good flavor profile. Will be returning to this one regularly. Thanks for posting Sage!
It would be hard to mess up this combination. I followed another rater's tip and used carrots when we had no eggplant on hand. Carrots and eggplant would be great. We threw in a handful of pea pods and, since all curries are not equal, slowly added curry paste until it was right for us %u2013%u2013 about 2.5 teaspoons. I'm sure chicken or thinly sliced beef could be substituted for shrimp.
Great recipe, loved the sauce. I did substitute carrots for the eggplant and added a little extra green curry paste. Used a combination of yellow, red and green peppers. Did not need to add broth, the coconut milk was more than enough liquid. Served over rice and garnished with toasted coconut.
This made a great meal, with my dry potato curry and jasmine rice on the side. We loved it and it will defintely be made again.