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This was excellent! I never modify a recipe the first time around, and I won't have to at all with this one....it's perfect as is. My picky kids fought over it. No leftovers, for a change! I might try it with chicken sometime, but other than that, I wouldn't change a thing. Thanks for sharing.

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sandrasothere February 09, 2004

This was very easy and delicious. I used green curry paste, and added brocolli and a sweet round onion, and left out the spinach because I didnt have any. I also added some fresh basil in the end, along with the cilantro. I served it over steamed jasmine rice. It looked and tasted delicious. Thanks.

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meriah January 21, 2004

The flavor was good, although just a touch on the bland side. I added fresh sliced ginger, cilantro, one sweet onion, two cloves of garlic, and cayanne pepper. Also, I think halving the shrimp and doubling the spinach would have produced a better balance between the vegetables and shrimp.

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cdavid84 July 21, 2013

Excellent recipe. I made as written except less fish sauce. DH loved it. I had my serving and he ate the rest of it.

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adopt a greyhound January 18, 2013

This is my DH favorite recipe. HE LOVES IT! He likes it really hot, so I use 3 tbsps. red curry. I agree with several people that have mentioned that Mae Ploy curries are the best. They taste great and don't have any sugar. Red Boat is a great fish sauce. It too does not contain any sugar, when many other brands add it. By using Mae Ploy curry, Red Boat fish sauce and omitting the rice, this recipe makes a delicious low carb/primal/paleo dish. UPDATE: I made this with chicken (boneless, skinless thighs) instead of the shrimp over the weekend and it was just as delicious.

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Phat & Sassy January 16, 2013

Very good, very flavorful, very easy. I really liked the mixing curry paste in the coconut cream that worked really well. I did add just a little brown sugar for my taste buds.

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njeats November 10, 2012

We really enjoyed this curry dish. Used green curry paste and added a tiny bit of broccoli florets as I needed to use up, otherwise followed the directions as posted. Colorful and flavorful. Thanks for posting.

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Dr. Jenny August 27, 2012

Trying to find a real good Thai dish, as my partner loves there food.You do't know how many dishes I have cooked and they are alright but this dish.... Well it got the thumbs up from him and what a beautiful dish. Thanks

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alicia-aaron March 06, 2011

This gets added to my recipe book! I made a mistake and added the green curry paste when I heated the milk instead of after it thickened. Still came out great. We were out of bell peppers and so I used a half of a jalapeno (It's all I had). My sweetie says this is a keeper. We had no leftovers.

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kimauger February 27, 2010

excellent dish, fast and tasty. I used thai broccoli leaves instead of the spinach leaves. Lots of love from Sweden

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Daniel_ren January 20, 2010
Thai Shrimp & Spinach Curry