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This was awesome! Very Hot!! Will make again but cut down on hot peppers.I served this with Coconut Ginger Rice Coconut ginger rice.Thanks.

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lin1 March 18, 2004

Great recipe, however, it would be more useful if the author would add amounts of coconut milk. One can is 8 oz, 12 oz or ?? If doubling the recipe strongly suggest one large 12oz can is enough - - not two. Coconut milk is VERY calorie unfriendly so less is better.

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McArthur Colin April 03, 2014

Delicious! Added scallions and chopped red pepper. I kept the heat low with only half of a Serrano pepper. My sister said it was restaurant food. Very happy indeed!

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mrshmay February 10, 2014

Loved this! The flavor was fantastic. I left out the baby corn, used a fresh habanero and serrano chilies from a can, it was very hot, but so delicious. I also served it with #29074 Coconut Ginger Rice (which was also delicious!!) so I used 1/2 cup of coconut milk for that and the remainder in this recipe. I let it simmer a little too long, so there wasn't much sauce left by the time we ate, so next time I will either cover the pan or not let it simmer quite so long. The tiny bit that was leftover was just as good for lunch. Thanks for a great recipe.

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HeatherN December 12, 2013

We loved this. I usually make chicken curry so this was a nice change. I subbed soy for the fish sauce and I left out the baby corn instead adding water chestnuts and bamboo shoots because that is what I had on hand. Thank you, I will be making this again.

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FLYing4Me April 05, 2007

What can I say, Easy,great tasting and only takes 30 minutes. I tweeted mine a bit because we love hot Thai food so I used my own home grown chili peppers and 6-8 tablespoons of red curry paste. I also add bamboo shoots. I prefer pork in leau of chicken just has a better flavor profile. Try this one you will not be sorry.

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Samantha F. August 25, 2014

This is really fantastic! I've made this once a week for the last 6 weeks. I use red peppers instead of the other kind as I can't find them where I live. Also I throw in a can of mini corn on the cobs. So easy and fast for a week night meal!

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Elle Anderson February 05, 2011

Excellent recipe! I made this as directed but instead of serving this over rice, I added cubed sweet potatoes to the pork mixture which helped thicken the sauce nicely. I omitted the corn (because of the sweet potato) and added water chestnuts and green onions. Nicely balanced with heat and sweet. Definitely a new favorite!

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CheCheCherie April 27, 2010

This is GREAT!!! I doubled the recipe for company they all said it was restuarant quality. It wasn't to hot for us we loved it. I didn't have 2 cans of corn so I put in a can of bamboo shoots. This is easy to prepare and the spices are perfect.

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kellyn February 21, 2008

Even my picky kids absolutely loved this one! I made it without the peppers and it was just the right amount of heat for them. A new family favorite!

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ohgal1 September 01, 2006
Thai Pork Curry