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Old 06-07-2007, 09:46 AM   #1
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Red Curry Sauce

I'm sooo excited!!!!

I made the curry sauce only from this site I found and will be serving it tonight with some strips of boneless pork chops and shrimp as well as lightly cooked strips of different colored peppers all over rice. I might even through some peanuts on it although DH won't want the peanuts.

Although I wish I bought hotter curry paste instead of medium, this is the first time I was able to replicate a very similiar dish that I have in TAI restaurants sometimes. I haven't officially tried it yet, just quickly tasted the sauce. I made the sauce early and tonight I will make everything else and reheat the sauce and EAT.

I just KNOW it is going to turn out FABULOUS.

The curry sauce is on this page:

What Did You Eat?: WHB: Salmon With Thai Red Curry Sauce, Cabbage Salad, And Jasmine Rice

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Old 06-07-2007, 10:24 AM   #2
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That does sound like a great tasting dish!!
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Old 06-07-2007, 10:29 AM   #3
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Sorry if it's confusing. I had to give you the entire link - but I only made the "curry sauce" section of the recipe not the entire recipe. I'm serving the curry sauce with strips of boneless pork, shrimp and different colored peppers.
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Old 06-07-2007, 01:41 PM   #4
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If you want a little more heat in the curry sauce, you can always add a little cayenne pepper to the other seasonings
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If you want a little more heat in the curry sauce, you can always add a little cayenne pepper to the other seasonings
or more thai bird or mouse chilis or even habaneros/scotch bonnets
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Old 06-07-2007, 08:32 PM   #6
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or more thai bird or mouse chilis or even habaneros/scotch bonnets
Thanks, I didn't even think about that. Just take a couple chiles, and saute them in the oil before everything else for a minute or two.
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Thanks, I didn't even think about that. Just take a couple chiles, and saute them in the oil before everything else for a minute or two.
oh yeah!
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generally i add a dozen thai chilis to the recipe i learned in the thai restaurant for a 19 ounce can of coconut milk and a small can or maesri redc curry paste
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Normally you would use 1 can of the curry paste to 1 can of coconut milk. This recipe is very mild. Or better yet make your own curry paste:

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art36988.asp

I also have my recipes for yellow or green curry pastes etc.
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