Nice change from heavier curry recipes. I added broccoli and shredded carrots and I served it with brown rice. Delish without guilt!
Tasty and fairly cheap. I think it would be good to make 1.5 or 2 times the amount of sauce and add some more veggies, such as red sauteed bell pepper chunks, sauteed okra, thawed frozen peas, zucchini, or lightly steamed broccoli. Also, I thought it worked better by thickening the sauce at the very end with a mix of 1 TBSP of water + 1 TBSP of cornstarch.
Tasty, easy recipe. Once you've got all of the ingredients prepped, the cooking goes pretty quickly, as well. I substituted low-sodium tamari sauce for the fish sauce. I do plan to make this again, but when I do, I'll add some additional vegetables, maybe some peas and red bell pepper which would also add some more color.
This was much better than I expected!! I used red pepper flakes instead of the red chiles, and I couldn't find fish sauce so I replaced it with soy sauce. I will make a double batch next time to have some more leftovers. The smell in my house makes me want more...
Loved this recipe. Easy for a week night. Added sliced green onions and peanuts as well as the cashews and 1 T. curry instead of 1 teas. curry.
This dish is wonderful! I have made it several times but I added red peppers to it and left out the fish sauce. Great dish for a family dinner or with guests, or if you are a single gal like myself :-).
We followed the recipe exactly, and it turned out delicious. Fortunately, it was just my husband and I, because we ended up eating the whole thing. Next time we'll have to double the recipe if we want more than 2 servings.
Loved it! It really is only 4 servings, so don't expect any leftovers:) I left the red peppers out because I was making it for my family (including kids). Everyone enjoyed it! I also used jasmine rice instead of the rice mentioned because that's what I happened to have.
I doubled the sauce and added julienned zucchini and red bell pepper. Didn't have chili peppers so subbed a t. of crushed red pepper. Also doubled the garlic and ginger and served alongside coconut rice. Quick and flavorful weeknight meal!
This was great for children, as well as adults, because it's on the mild side as directed. I added sugar snap peas with the onion step, a 1/2 tsp of salt, and 1/2 cup nuts vs 1/4 cup. If the children were not eating it, I'd use a hot Madras curry powder vs a standard Madras curry powder. If you don't have hot Madras, I might use 1/4 tsp crushed red pepper to spice it up a bit.
I love this recipe for a fast weeknight dinner. I usually add frozen peas and use cayenne rather than the chiles since I always have it on hand. I serve it with Trader Joe's garlic naan - delicious.
This was just Ok - I didn't have Madras curry so maybe that's why
Agree with the first review, would add more peppers but was really yummy and fast!
I loved this recipe- minus the fish sauce. Great to make in a wok. I added zucchinis and it was delicious! I will make it again!