Yield: Yields 32 to 40 meatballs.
Thick canned coconut milk tames the fire in this curry. The brand Chao Koh is recommended because it develops a thick, creamy layer on top if you don’t shake the can before opening it.
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Serve with Basmati Rice.
Honestly, we cook from Fine Cooking 3-4 times per week, on average, and are rarely disappointed. On hectic weeknights, a dish such as this one is a pleasant way to unwind once we both arrive home. There is lots of complex and warming flavor- just enough kick to provide that nice zing. Brown the meatballs really well and use a good red curry paste and coconut milk, as recommended. My husband doesn't care for peanut butter, but loves these meatballs.
This was disappointing. The sauce was heavy and dull. I added more red curry paste, but it didn't help.
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