This easy-to-make dinner will satisfy your craving for Thai food. Panang curry paste is milder than red curry paste and usually includes peanuts; look for it in the Asian section of the supermarket.
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Used CAB tenderloin (it was on sale!) otherwise followed the recipe exactly and it came out perfectly. Another one for the recipe box! Thank you Fine Cooking :)
I followed this recipe to a 't' except I subbed blanched Thai snake beans for the thawed frozen peas. If you think you'd like what Panang beef curry would be like at Golden Corral, only hotter, this is for you. Huge disappointment.
Love it! My modifications: I used kitchen shears instead of bothering with freezing, chose red curry paste, used only 1/2 of red bell pepper, omitted peas, and used dried basil instead of fresh. Will make again for sure, plan to use red onion instead of yellow next time for a hint of sweetness.
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