When you need a break from the grill, but still want a steak loaded with flavor, this is the dish for you. You can find Thai red curry paste in the Asian section of your supermarket, or try an Asian market, which might have more brand options. Be sure to shake the coconut milk vigorously before you open the can.
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Made this dish as shown, and found it delicious. Served with some rice so as not to waste any of the sauce. It's also an attractive dish and would serve it to company.
Excellent. Just as it is! Highly recommend!
Delicious, lighter way to enjoy red curry. Drizzling the sauce over the steak (rather than submerging it as takeout does) provides lots of flavor with less calories. Carrot salad was a very nice addition and is versatile. It was wonderful on sandwiches the next day.
A wonderful, quick dinner - I grilled the steak and made the sauce with no drippings and no water - carrots were wonderful!
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