Thai Red Curry with Prawns | Jamie Oliver



This beautifully fragrant and colourful recipe is super quick and tasty. Kaffir lime leaves and lemongrass is blitzed with garlic, ginger and roasted peppers for a smoky/sweet curry paste. Toss in the prawns and sugar snap peas and add coconut milk for extra creaminess. Serve with fluffy rice for a satisfying and deliciously moreish meal.

This recipe is from Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals TV series first aired on Channel 4 in 2010. Read the full recipe on page 132 of Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals book.

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Faiz Samsudin
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Should fry it till all the natural oil are released… Make it tastier… Whats the deal with sesame oil in thai food… Thai must be salty, sour, spicy and sweet…

Joe Molloy
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My favorite chef

Faris Aminn
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hi rp students taking g107

LORENA CONCEPCION
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May not be "authentic" (don't know-don't care), but this dish is delicious and super easy and fast to put together! Didn't have lemongrass, subbed with lemon zest; didn't have lime leaves, subbed with a tiny bit of lime zest; didn't have the red hot chili, subbed with a big jalapeño. It's all good, tasted awesome over white jasmine rice.

Cindy Wollenschlaeger
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Cindy Wollenschlaeger

I made this. It sucked so badly.

Anjie R
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Please don't label something as "Thai" just because there is lemongrass in it. I'm sure I don't need to explain how the green and red curries are made. Google is your friend. Honestly, other than your Food Revolution movement, which I truly respect you for, it has become impossible to appreciate you as a cook or a chef. The flavors you're bringing out in this dish is SO far from what a Thai red curry is supposed to taste of. SO far. And that's a real shame.

Alexander Gillessen
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Jamie my friend. I'm a germanboy and a big fan. I always get so much inspiration from you. Thank you my friend 🙂

Steve Fox
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It's SHIT

Victor Zhao
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Made this today. Very easy and tasted amazing. Had two friends from Thailand try it out and they were very pleased with the authenticity. I ended up having to add more salt as I tasted the saltiness of the sauce. On top of the shrimp, the sugar snap peas and coconut milk will dilute the flavor a bit so I think you will have to adjust for seasoning. As for the overall flavor, it wasn't there yet until I added the squeeze of lime juice at the end. I was shocked at how drastic the flavor had changed with just… Read more »
smashbro5
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Maybe its because I'm from a science background, but measurements like teaspoons and tablespoons annoy the hell out of me lol

Saowanee Lal
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this is not Thai red curry…not even close to what Thai red curry really is.
it's your own style of red curry.

Snowy HD
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HI EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION PEOPLESS

Tan Jun Ren
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W14G BOIS

Fluffy Flavian
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W15L Ec

Leila Leila
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Don't ya just love when cultural dishes are ruined by people who aren't from the culture that the recipe originates from? ????????

Camille Bouyer
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Hair problem detected 🙂

Prashant Tiwari
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Jamie should have set some introduction that this recipie is his touch to the classic thai curry.

Nopphachaya Thiwatsada
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Nopphachaya Thiwatsada
Jamie, to be honest with you, I'm your fan of cooking but I'm really disappointed of how you make Thai food. You really messed up our beautiful way of cooking Thai curry either green curry or red curry, you make your worldwide fan misunderstand our traditional recipe. We never used tomato purée in making Thai red curry paste, It got red color from sun dried red chilis, you never add Thai shrimp paste or Kapi which is kind of main ingredient in term of making Thai curry paste. We never seasoning Thai curry either green or red with lime juice,… Read more »
Anna Sarkar
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Made it for my husband's birthday dinner. Super tasty ? Thanks Jamie!

Roms
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was it necessary to mash the garlic before putting it in the food processor?

Michael Ogborne
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"Secret Ingredient!" adds Kaffir Lime leaves

Aye Jamie worlds best kept secret nobody who's ever made a thai curry has added them in before.

Jony Jung
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This is not Thai Curry, I think you have applied from Indian Curry recipe.

aaaaaaaaaaaa808
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So quick, it's awesome!

SamLloydPresents
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Looks good. More green than red though.

dishan selvam
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Made this last week..absolutely amazing … 🙂

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