This was so good that I've made it twice already! Substituted zucchini for eggplant and served over brown rice.
Jungle Curry with Tofu
bjane1 Posted: 01/22/13
EffieWiggs Posted: 03/18/13
Loved this! I subbed one T of the soy sauce for fish sauce, and I think it added a lot of depth to the flavor. I also used panang curry because that's what we had and I think it would be great with any kind of curry paste. I will definitely make this again - I love curry and this is an awesome way to lighten it up.
LettuceLiveWell Posted: 08/25/12
I followed this recipe exactly which is rare for me but I really liked this stir-fry. It was healthy and satisfying. Jungle Curry will be a staple recipe in my household from now on however I'm not likely to serve it as a "special occasion" meal. I highly recommend trying this recipe if you like asian cuisine and want to learn to make some at home. If you're a fan of spicy-hot food you may want to add some red pepper flakes or something with some heat because it was a very mild dish. I liked it the way it is. My husband said it needed more sauce so if you're a sauce person you may want to make 50% more of the broth+soy sauce+lime zest+brown sugar mixture.
crusnock Posted: 09/08/12
This was a good stir-fry, but I didn't really taste that signature thai flavor - probably due to the lack of coconut milk. I would agree with the other reviewer that this dish is relatively mild.
beezer825 Posted: 06/03/13
I will not be making this again :( it just wasn't that good. I like to make food that makes me look forward to eating and this was not good. It was pretty bland, when I think of a curry even if it's not hot I like to taste something...and this didn't deliver. I wouldn't waste the time or ingredients on this recipe. And despite the generous portion, was not as filling as other cooking light recipes.