Excellent...used almost 2 tsp of curry sauce and was perfectly punchy for me, a person in the medium-spice category. Followed all other directions as stated. Keeper for sure in our home!
Quick, easy, and very satisfying. You can add any green vegetable if you don't have snow peas; it worked well with edamame and a red pepper I wanted to use up. The sauce is thin, so do allow it to reduce. The lime adds a lovely zing to this curry.
Excellent dish! Suggest adding juice of one lime to the curry sauce and toss in FRESH sugar snap peas just a few minutes before serving, rather than frozen.
Super easy and very tasty. I used extra-over 1 Tbl curry paste. I also used fresh snap peas instead of frozen. I cooked a whole sirloin steak (which I had in my freezer) instead of the tips, grilled the steak, let it rest and sliced it while the sauce came together and cooked the peas. At the end I added the meat and heated it through. About 40 mins for the whole thing and good enough for company!. I served it over brown rice for my husband and nan bread for me. Anneg
Very good and easy to make, I will definitely make this recipe again. After reading the other reviews, I added two tablespoons of curry paste and let the sauce reduce a bit.
This was fast, easy and very flavorful. I added a cubed, cooked sweet potato. We also felt it needed more heat, so I kept adding more paste. I would guess I added a good tablespoon more. We had it over brown rice. I will make it again.
I wish I could give a three and a half stars to this. I made it tonight for dinner. It was fast and simple, and my husband loved it, so I moved it from my Master Cook "To Try-Main Course" cookbook to my "Main Course" cookbook. I only put keepers in there. It was quick, easy and pretty flavorful. My reservations were that the sauce was on the thin side, and could have used a little more curry paste. And I am NOT a heat fan. I usually like things on the medium-low side of the heat scale. Next time, I'll add less broth and just a tad more curry paste.