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Thai Yellow Curry with Seafood Recipe

(This is the last post of the Shellfish Overload series.)

What do you do when you have different kinds of shellfish but do not want to cook up a storm by getting into a complicated and time-consuming recipe such as bouillabaisse? Well, you make Thai yellow curry.

This dish is so simple to create and takes no more than 30 minutes, but it’s bursting with vivid and intense flavors. The zucchini is simply healthy and adds the much needed vitamins; plus this recipe just goes so well with steamed white rice. This is my absolute favorite Thai dish.

Have a great weekend and happy eating!

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15 COMMENTS... read them below or add one

  1. Keropok Man

    i am in a very hungry mood now. see the curry, i am like pavlov’s dog, salivating. haha..

    oops, friend just called asking want to go for lunch. Going to Botak Jones. weird name huh. yes, some food for this hungry boy…

  2. Chubbypanda

    Veggies in curry? Nooo~! They will dilute the curry goodness. Veggies on side stir-fried. (>_< ) Well, that’s usually my preference, but I like my curry any way I can get it. =) – Chubbypanda

  3. tigerfish

    Love this medley of scallops, tiger prawns, and mussels/clams.

    You never add curry leaves in this dish ? Or throw away liao ? ;p

  4. Rasa Malaysia

    Keropok Man – I will read your complete report about Botak Jones.

    CP – Actually, using vegetables in curries are not uncommon. In fact, a lot of Malaysian or Thai curries calls for vegetables, and they taste very good. For this dish, the key is not to overcook the zucchini pieces so they still have that crunchy texture. ;)

    Ckutu – thanks for dropping by Rasa Malaysia. I checked out your site, it’s cool!

    Tiger – yeah, I did use some curry leaves in the curry, they are lurking somewhere in the picture, but they have already lost the flavor. :-|

  5. Claude-Olivier

    Hi, thank you very much for your comment on my blog ;-) And yes, I have done all these asian plates by myself! I really love to cook with these curry pasta, vegetables and so one!!! I will have a look at your blog, you have a lot of very beautiful stuff here. Nice job!!!

    Have a nice day
    Cheers
    Claude

    P.S I will add a link on my blog toward yours !!!!

  6. Rasa Malaysia

    Claude – thanks for leaving me comments too and thanks for your nice words. :)

    Lucia – as I said before, it looks like we love the same kind of food, must be our Penang origin. ;)

    Tummythoz – yes, freeze them in the freezer, if you don’t, they will go bad (moldy). Yeah, and green beans, okras/ladies fingers, etc.

    PE – it’s the last one, but I will continue to cook seafood because seafood is my ultimate love! Hehehe.

    Meiyen – yes, it was supa yummy!

  7. Keropok Man

    did not get to botak jones. have to wait for over 30 mins, friends decide to go elsewhere. we had bak kut teh instead :-P

  8. Hi Rasamalaysia, Had fun with this recipe and adapted it to include mussels, onions, carrots, and zucchini. It’s sooo delicious. You can see the results at the Susitna Cafe’ Chronicles under “Cafe’ Menu Gallery”. Thank you for the delicious recipe. My tummy is happy, happy :o)

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