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.
Thai Red Curry Fish Stew
dan1olson Posted: 05/05/09
rgardner2 Posted: 01/27/09
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
PROBLEM: BEHIND "RED CURRY PASTE" IT SAYS "SEE NOTES"...I LOOKED ALL OVER...WHAT NOTES?!?!?
DrDannie Posted: 02/28/10
Made this again tonight (I actually forgot I had made it a few years ago) and my husband raved (again).Â I added diced red bell pepper during the last five minutes to the steamed sweet potatoes and the colors were beautiful.Â To the reviewer who couldn't find the Notes - look at the 7th line down from the very beginning of the recipe description.Â Will definitely make again, but this time I won't wait so long.Â I agree with the reviewer who said not to forget the mint - it brightens the entire dish.
Lalena82 Posted: 10/19/11
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
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.