Good flavor, simple to make. More shrimp than necessary, I plan to cook more rice to add to our leftovers. It also cooked more quickly than recipe mentioned, so keep an eye on it. I used broth rather than water to up the flavor, and used Thai basil which is growing in my herb pot….yum.. I will make it again.
I made this recipe exactly as it was published and we loved it! I will definitely be using it again.
This was very delicious. I can't cook much, but somehow I managed to cook this, and it was great!
This was very good and super easy. I did use chicken broth instead of water as suggested by some of the others. Will definitely prepare again!
This was great with some of the suggested tweaks. Added 1 tbsp butter and half a can of unsweetened coconut milk to sautéing vegetables. Also added about a cup of frozen peas. Used chicken broth in place of water also. Made this for a dinner party and it was a hit!
This was great w with a few tweaks. Added a little coconut milk to the the onions/garlic while sauteing. I doubled the amount of curry, added red pepper flakes, finely chopped tomatoes, and peas. Great dish.
This is the first Real Simple recipe we've tried that we didn't love. I think if you really started adding stuff it could be good but it's very bland in its basic form and there are other things I would rather spend my time cooking instead.
Wild rice is the only rice without gluten, otherwise 5% of it's protein is gluten. You're using the 60-year-old definition of GF.
Thanks for trying this out with brown rice. That's just what I wanted to know...and will follow your suggestion.
This dish was delicious! I strongly recommend substituting water with chicken broth, which made all the difference.
Got it! I added a little cayanne pepper and a little powdered ginger. I would have added small pineapple bits but didn't have any. So I added some raisins. Tastes great! My friend from Iran used to make chicken curry. She would top it with raisin, slivered almonds and coconut shreds. It was to die for it was so good!
Was easy enough to make, and tasted all right but was missing...something. It needs a creaminess to it, maybe coconut milk or butter?
I love curry and I added garam masala to give it more flavor. One thing -- rice isn't always gluten free. Most rice is enriched and the coating may contain gluten. Lundberg is the only white rice I know of that is labeled gluten free.
I stirred in spinach (1 bag frozen, thawed & drained) before adding the shrimp and it was great. Also added some half and half to make the curry a little richer and substituted cilantro leaves for the basil. What a tasty, healthy meal! Will definitely make this again.
Add lite coconut milk water to offset dryness. tastes pretty good too. This is such a simple meal but have plenty of condiments to add to it--chopped peanuts, diced tomatoes marinading in a little rice vinegar, raisins, fresh shredded coconut, chopped scallions. what ever else you like or want to try with the dish. Love curry
This was delicious, easy, and a crowd pleaser. I might add broccoli or spinach next time for more diverse flavors.
I used frozen mixed vegetables in place or the carrots and garlic. I also used brown rice in place of the white rice which required cooking for 45 minutes instead of 15 minutes. This was delicious...
This was really good, and had a nice kick to it. It was a little dry, I may suggest adding a little extra water or coconut milk at the end. Overall, it was really simple and unique; a nice change from chicken!