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"I've never had green curry to compare, but this is rather tasty. Due to my local shop being crap I had to omit the bamboo shoots and substitute stock cube + water for broth, onions for shallots, and dried basil for fresh. Very tasty and will make again, though a bit pale and watery due to the coconut milk (though it nicely balances the heat of the..."
"Proves that simplicity is king. As I lack a grill I used a griddle and ciabatta bread, unfortunately it was too thick to really heat up the filling. Still delicious cold!"
"Not putting any stars as clearly this didn't work for me as it was intended. The dough was really brown unlike the photos that have been posted up, and solidified when I chilled it overnight. I melted it a bit and baked them, but they spread out quite a bit and went very hard. They taste great but just aren't soft or gooey. Anyone know what might ..."
"Nice, I only had time to marinate it for maybe 5 hours, but quite tasty. I squeezed the lime wedges over it which had the unfortunate effect of drowning out much of the taste. Served it on a bed of Latchy's Moroccan rice (#82603), worked nicely."
"Fantastic! I don't have a microwave so I cooked it in a similar fashion to currybunny, served with salad and a fancy 'Moroccan' style burger from Sainsbury's (which prompted me to find this recipe in the first place). I think my guest summed it up nicely: "Forget the burger, I could eat a bowl of this!""
"Really enjoyed this one. I don't have a crock pot, so I used a casserole dish in the oven for about an hour and a half. I halved everything and didn't use as much soy sauce or sugar as it suggested. Served it with basmati rice and some green veg stir-fried quickly in a bit of the sauce. Was great, though I'll use more ginger and less water next ti..."
"Very tasty, not what I expected at all. I substituted the rice vinegar and dry sherry for shaoxing rice wine and (as I'm a wimp for hot food) used two regular red chillis in place of the bird's eye.The strongest taste was a very pleasant nutty combination of the szechuan pepper and sesame oil. Served it with rice (and some lemon chicken too - bi..."