A beautiful Thai Shrimp Curry that's bursting with flavor yet is so simple to prepare--particularly when made with Thai Red Curry Paste. The secret ingredient in this curry is a hint of tomato, in an otherwise basic yellow curry, which brings a new taste dimension to this classic Thai dish. You can adjust the heat by adding the curry paste to taste.
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Weidlichsofmt , 3 years agoThis is a very difficult dish to make compared to another Thai Shrimp Curry dish I tried.
jpressnell , 3 years agoAbsolutely!! I will be adding more coconut milk next time...I love my curry with lots of sauce. But, it turned out beautifully on the first try.
rtspano , 3 years agojust delicious. I am going to try to make extra sauce & then keep it for leftover chicken or pork. super yums!
drouchea , 3 years agoThis curry was easy and quick to make. It tasted wonderfully spicy and incredibly delicious!
athomas42 , 3 years agoSuper yummy recipe. I did not have red onion so I substituted with green onions. I also added precooked chicken chunks soon after adding the coconut mixture. It seemed like it was missing something so I split a 3 inch piece of lemon grass into the pot along with a dash of paprika and ground red pepper and the rest of the coconut milk from the can. This turned out better than the red curry at my favorite Thai place!! Thanks for posting it.
jpielak , 3 years agoI made this dish with the mushrooms and it was amazing! I will make it again!
Tksolomon , 3 years agoI added some red and yellow pepper with the shrimp and stirred in some steamed broccoli at the end. Used a whole can of coconut milk. Awesome!
myleslsf , 4 years agoDelicious; a big hit with my guests.
redwolfny , 4 years agoI left out the Brown Suger it was all ready sweet enough.
sgrishka , 6 years ago[I posted this recipe.]