Name of Recipe:
Prawn curry Thai-styleNumber of People:
1 small onion, peeled and halved
2 garlic cloves, peeled
2 small red chillis, stalks removed
30 g vegetable oil
1 heaped teaspoon curry powder
1 heaped teaspoon Tom Yum paste
2 teaspoons oyster sauce
150 g coconut milk
1 small red capsicum, chopped into bite sized pieces
1 broccoli floret, chopped into bite sized pieces
3 stalks of spring onion, chopped
10 large prawns, peeled and deveinedPreparation:
1. Chop onion, chillis and garlic for 2-3 seconds on Speed 7
2. Add oil, curry powder and Tom Yum paste. Cook for 3 min on Speed 1 at 100 ◦C
3. Add oyster sauce, coconut milk and vegetables. Cook for 3 min at Speed at 100 ◦C.
4. Add spring onions and prawns. Cook for 2-3 min at Speed at 100 ◦C
or until prawns are just cooked.
5. Serve hot with jasmine rice.Members' comments
Katya - I made this tonight and it was delicious. For those who don't like chili heat, this does pack a bit of a punch, but it was just as we like it. I think it would work equally well with chicken. Incredibly quick and easy to make (took the same amount of time as the rice in the rice cooker). I did have to cook step 3 for a bit longer but that's probably because the ingredients are so much colder here. The only change I made was to add the juice of a lime at the end which enhanced the flavour even more.Thanks so much for posting this recipe - it will become a regular from now on.
Lilli33 - Yes,this was delicious. I think as a first cooking with it after my first uses today of a few different sorbets, I did ok... However I didn't steam the fish as hubby wanted me to do it inside. Hence we had mashed fish. Lol. The flavour was lovely tho, and just the sort of Thai flavoring I was after. I squeezed half a lemon in after I finished. This definitely heightened the flavour, but then I love a bit of tang! TBH, I've never ever cooked a fish curry per se before anyway, so was happy as a first attempt. I think if I could steam the fish in its cubes to keep its integrity and just add it at the end, that would have been great!