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.
Have a great weekend and happy eating!
How Many Calories per Serving?
This recipe is only 296 calories per serving.
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Thai Yellow Curry with Seafood Recipe
- 4 scallops
- 6 tiger prawns (peeled, deveined, but leave the tails on)
- 12-15 mussels and clams
- 1 small zucchini (cut into slices)
- 2 tablespoons Thai yellow curry paste
- 1 can (5.6 oz. coconut milk)
- fish sauce (to taste)
- palm sugar to taste
- Curry leaves/ basil leaves/ kaffir lime leaves (optional but would be nice)
- Heat up some oil in the wok and add in the curry paste. Stir it until you smell the aroma. Add in all the shellfish and zucchini to give them a quick stir. Add in the coconut milk. Cover the wok and bring it to boil or until all shells are open.
- Add fish sauce and palm sugar to taste (this dish should taste creamy, salty, and sweet). Add some curry leaves/basil leaves/kaffir lime leaves if you have them handy. If the curry is too thick, add some water. Serve hot with plain white steamed rice.
Notice: Nutrition is auto-calculated, using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where relevant, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.
This was amazingly easy to make and so good. I also added some shrimp, basil and cilantro. Fresh cilantro on top at the end is perfect. I also had asparagus and eggplant instead of zucchini. I liked it so much I bought cans of yellow, red and green curry to have on hand. This is a quick and easy dinner with different proteins.
Thanks for trying my Thai Yellow Curry recipe.
I was looking for inspiration for a dinner today! I have curry paste to use and frozen mussels, I think I will use them today! Thanks for the recipe!