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This was disappointing. I made it as directed except for the lime leaves and jalapeno. I thought the jarred green curry paste would have some heat, but it didn't. I substituted a little tabasco at the table. We had this over rice, and it was OK, but no one ate the leftovers.
This is outstanding! The best Thai curry I've ever made. I halved the green curry paste and it was just spicy enough for me (but I'm a spicy wimp). I used tilapia and asparagus instead because that's what I on hand.
this is a delicious recipe and fast too! i almost always use chicken, broccoli and zucchini.
I don't usually like steamed or stewed fish, but wanted to give this curry a try. It is great! The Asian store bought Thai green curry paste is not hot, but, putting the sliced jalapeno into the broth for the 5 minute steep worked great. Really good flavor, super easy and few ingredients, I will definitely do this again and again. Good week night dish.
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