coconut curry sauce.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

coconut curry sauce

the best part about this recipe is the broth, THE BROTH. so i did some experimenting and essentially turned the soup broth into a sauce. i've been pouring it over rice (lame), but the possibilities are endless depending on the consistency you want to make it.

serve as a dip with naan or a creamy sauce over rice, egg noodles, or udon noodles. and stir fry! perfect for stir fry.

coconut curry sauce
15oz can coconut milk
heaping tbsp of soy sauce
heaping tbsp brown sugar
3 tsp red curry paste
3 tsp curry powder
dash of red pepper flakes (if you wish)
dash of chicken/vegetable stock to thin it out (if you wish)
juice of 1/2 lime

1. heat the coconut milk in a medium saucepan until it comes to a simmer. add red curry paste and stir until incorporated.
2. add soy sauce, brown sugar, curry powder, red pepper flakes (if you want some heat), and chicken/vegetable stock (if you want to thin it out). stir until smooth.
3. add the juice of 1/2 lime right before serving.


mandy said...

yum, i might try this in stir fry for dinner tonight. looks delicious!

Jesse said...

i definitely made the foodess' thai coconut soup last weekend and used it as a sauce over rice, tofu and green beans. so velvety smooth.

Rebeka said...

I'm obsessed with curry. My boyfriend, on the other hand, hates it. I need him to go out of town for a day or two so I can make it. Yum. Just reading this recipe made me hungry!

Olivia said...

adding this to the dinner rotation this week--love coconut curry :)

Neen said...

I made the thai curry soup last week and was obsessed with the broth. Obsessed! I kept saying to my husband 'Are you tasting that???'.


Monica L. Shulman said...

yes yes yes! for some reason curry has been a major craving for me.

in dreams said...

omg i love you. i've been wanting a coriander/cilantro-free curry recipe forever! (but i don't trust just anyone with my taste buds...and you've never steered me wrong. so hooray!) gah. this is just perfect!!

Lena at A Crimson Kiss said...

Oh my goodness, this sounds absolutely delicious!

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