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|Calories390Calories from Fat230|
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|Calories from Fat230|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Wolf 18 days ago
delicious. This recipe has been in my regular rotation for years, and isnt going anywhere soon.
Marcia 2 months ago
Yummy!! I added more veggies: zuzini & sweet potatoes, served with rice
Chris H. 2 months ago
Wonderful curry. We are vegetarian so instead of chicken we put in a whole bunch of mushrooms and it was wonderful. Looking forward to making it again.
Regina 3 months ago
Holy cow! Great dish. Fast to make — don’t let all the ingredients scare you. I added Thai basil, broccoli, sugar snap peas. Did not add the cornstarch. Doubled the curry paste and increased the coconut milk by 50%.
Sheila H. 5 months ago
This recipe came together nicely! It was delicious!
Rick 5 months ago
absolutely delicious and easy to make! Wil have this many times over as my go to this curry recipe
Doreen Mahoney 7 months ago
Great curry recipe to have in hand, I used frozen carrots as the vegetable since my son doesn’t like cooked peppers. The downside it is high in salt due to both fish sauce and soy sauce. I substituted coconut aminos for the soy sauce and omitted the 1/4 tsp salt. It’s still high in salt but it drops it below a 1000mg.
Food For The Soul 7 months ago
Flavors are great! Good recipe for cleaning out fridge. I used leftover turkey instead of chicken and served with jasmine rice and bread!
Tracey 9 months ago
Great flavor! I used a wider variety of veggies, and had to increase the coconut milk to compensate, but the sauce is a base I’ll bring into our stir fry rotation.
Kathy Winters 10 months ago
Oh my gosh! This is fabulous! The layers of flavors are amazing! Don’t let the amount of ingredients fool you, this is really easy to make! And so delicious! Update: I changed this into a soup dish by adding another can of coconut milk (using lite version) and substituted shrimp at the end instead of chicken. Fantastic!
Deborah A Farinella a year ago
This turned out amazing! Husband said it was the best dish I have made. This will definitely be on our rotation.
ABHISHEK BHARGAV a year ago
It was one of the best things I have ever cooked ! Reminded me of Thailand all the way ...
Melly a year ago
kicked up the heat with extra siracha and some chilis, very tasty over rice!
Gunita Vitolina a year ago
the best homemade red curry 👌😍
Kc S. a year ago
awesome i change a lil to taste. but it was delicious
Pat a year ago
It was fantastic and easy to make!’
Warus a year ago
Delicious! I ended up using carrots, broccoli, and red pepper to use up what I had in the fridge, and it was still good I especially love the sauce
Priscilla Leal-Valdez a year ago
It turned out great! I loved it!
Nicole a year ago
This recipe turned out great! Tastes very authentic. I added bamboo shoots and only used one red pepper. The sauce was a little thick but you can choose to not add the cornstarch or just thin with water instead. It’s a keeper!
Brandi Smith a year ago
Tastes great, although I improvised some ingredients based on what I had on hand.
Alesya Kasyanchik a year ago
This curry was exactly what I was looking for. Full of flavor in each bit. Definitely a family favorite.
Chuck Ross 2 years ago
Excellent. Followed recipe except doubled it. I only put in 2 tablespoons of soy sauce. I also added broccoli. Turned out wonderful.
Faye Gorgis 2 years ago
It was great!! Made it just as the recipe said. I prefer it a tiny bit creamer and sweeter but this was a great start and we still ate it all up!
Erin H. 2 years ago
This is not great Thai food, in my opinion, but it’s a great weeknight meal. All the ingredients can be purchased at my small-town grocery store, and I can add whatever vegetables I want for a one pot, reasonably healthy meal. I think the amount of sugar in the recipe can be cut, though I haven’t settled on the perfect amount yet. And it’s quite tasty, it just doesn’t make me miss the Thai food from back when I lived in a big city any less.
Tom T. 2 years ago
Tasted good but seemed like something was missing compared to other thai reds
Natalie 2 years ago
This is a pretty good recipe, ngl. The sauce is great and the chicken came out delicious. I skimped out on the cornstarch b/c diet and since I had no Thai chili sauce, I did like 2 tsp honey + 1 tsp sriracha mix and that worked just fine. Added serrano chiles for extra punch. Try this for your next dinner cuz it's solid.
jackie c. 2 years ago
Delicious! I have made several red curry recipes and I have always felt like something was missing
Savana P. 2 years ago
The sauce is spot on to what I was after! I didn’t do the lime leaves, sugar, or fish oil and it still came out great!
Jue 2 years ago
I really like this recipe, so good, not to spicy but just enough
Mike s. 2 years ago
This was my 2nd attempt. The first time wasn't very good. This time it was amazing. I read the notes prior to the actual recipe. In those notes it suggests frying the garlic, ginger,and Red Curry Paste first and then added the chicken. Once the pink was gone I added the onions and veggies and followed from there. The sweet Thai chilli sauce is a great add. This punched up the flavour big time. I followed the rest from there. Awesome.