Thai Red Curry Fish Stew

  • dan1olson Posted: 05/05/09
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    This recipe did not work for me. However, it may have been due to the kind of fish (whiting) that I used. It was bad enough so that we threw in the towel and went out to eat. Maybe with the right fish it would be good.

  • rgardner2 Posted: 01/27/09
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    Wow! This one is really good. I recommend using 1 can of lite coconut milk and one regular. This makes it a little richer. Also do not omit the mint like the previous comment says. The mint really adds a lot to the dish. Enjoy!

  • KAOS13AL Posted: 02/20/10
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  • DrDannie Posted: 02/28/10
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    Made this again tonight (I actually forgot I had made it a few years ago) and my husband raved (again).  I added diced red bell pepper during the last five minutes to the steamed sweet potatoes and the colors were beautiful.  To the reviewer who couldn't find the Notes - look at the 7th line down from the very beginning of the recipe description.  Will definitely make again, but this time I won't wait so long.  I agree with the reviewer who said not to forget the mint - it brightens the entire dish.

  • Lalena82 Posted: 10/19/11
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    I actually didn't like this like I thought I would, and I'm not sure what the reason is other than I felt it should be much more flavorful & spiced that it actually was. Unfortunately, I wouldn't make it again.

  • stellacorona Posted: 07/25/13
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    Loved THIS !!! followed other suggestions and added (tubed) lemon grass, garlic, & roasted red pepper. i threw in some crushed red pepper as well, my red curry didn't seem very spicy. only had 10 ozs tilapia, so used 3 cups spinach, but used called for liquid. was great. served over pink rice. this would be a nice company dish. chicken or shrimp would work too.


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