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Sauteed prawns with red pepper and pineapple recipe

Sauteed prawns with red pepper and pineapple recipe


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This recipe offers a great mix of flavours, a real pleasure to cook and eat. Serve with rice.

3 people made this

IngredientsServes: 4

  • 1 red pepper
  • 2 tomatoes
  • 230g pineapple, tinned
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon cornflour
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 1 garlic clove, chopped
  • 2cm knob of fresh root ginger, grated
  • 300g prawns, peeled

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:10min ›Ready in:25min

  1. Cut the pepper into strips and dice the tomatoes. Drain the pineapple, but keep the juice. In a bowl, mix the pineapple juice with the soy sauce and cornflour.
  2. In a frying pan, heat the oil and sauté the garlic add the root ginger for 30 seconds over medium heat. Add the peppers and tomatoes and sauté for 5 minutes. Add the pineapple slices cut into pieces.
  3. In another frying pan, sauté the prawns and pineapple juice mixture over high heat and bring to the boil for 15 seconds.
  4. Place some of the pineapple mixture to a serving plate, add a ramekin filled with the prawns and sauce, and serve with rice.

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Spicy Pineapple Shrimp

Spicy Pineapple Shrimp. A healthy and easy version of the Hawaiian favorite.

Ingredients

  • FOR THE MARINADE:
  • 1 pound Medium Sized Shrimp, Peeled And Deveined
  • 1 Tablespoon Minced Garlic
  • 1 cup Fresh Pineapple Juice
  • 3 whole Green Onion Ends Removed And Diced
  • 1 Tablespoon Sambal Olek (up To Double This Amount If You Like Spice)
  • FOR THE PREPARATION:
  • 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • Salt And Pepper
  • ½ cups Fresh Pineapple Peeled, And Diced
  • Green Onion, For Garnish
  • 2 cups Cooked Rice Or As Desired For Serving Size

Preparation

Combine shrimp with garlic, pineapple juice, green onion and Sambal Olek in a zip-lock bag. Marinate for 6 hours up to overnight in the fridge. I place the zip lock bag in a container to prevent leaks from getting in the fridge.

Heat olive oil in a large saute pan over medium heat. Remove shrimp from the marinade (reserve the marinade). Season shrimp with salt and pepper. Working in 2 batches, to not over crowd the pan, saute 2-3 minutes per side for shrimp or until they are pink and curly. Set aside on a plate once each batch is done. Add pineapple into the pan and cook for 3-4 minutes, then remove it from the pan and set aside.

Add marinade into the pan and cook for 3-5 minutes or until it has reduced by half and is caramel in color. Add shrimp and pineapple back into pan, cook for another minute until shrimp and pineapple are warmed through. Garnish with green onion and serve over rice. Serve immediately.


Sautéed Shrimp with Pineapple

Pineapple and shrimp may seem like a surprising pairing, but when sautéed with butter, garlic, and ginger, the two ingredients come together in sweet, savory harmony. This dish is quick and easy, since it's cooked all together on the stovetop and showcases a handful of bright, fresh ingredients.


Pineapple Pepper Prawns

I love making this dish in the fall because of the colours that match the season. It's got a nice spicy kick from the chili paste and a sweetness from the juicy pineapple. It's a rather nice transitional kiss goodbye to the summer. This dish is great for those trying to stick to something more low-carb.

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

  • 1 tsp corn or potato starch
  • 1 Tbsp water
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 1 Tbsp rice vinegar
  • 1 Tbsp freshly grated ginger
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced, divided in two parts
  • 1 Tbsp honey
  • 2 tsp chili paste or hot sauce
  • 1 lb medium prawns, deveined, shells removed
  • 1 small red pepper, sliced
  • 1 small yellow pepper, sliced
  • 1/2 a medium onion, sliced
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • 1/2 Tbsp cooking oil
  • 1 cup cubed, fresh pineapple
  • 1 tsp sesame seeds
  1. In a bowl, combine starch with water and mix well.
  2. To the bowl, add the soy, vinegar, ginger, 1/2 of the minced garlic, honey and chili paste. Mix well.
  3. Set this sauce aside to let the flavours meld. You will use it at the end.
  4. Add a teaspoon of oil to a deep pan or wok. Heat over high heat. Add onions, red peppers, and yellow peppers.
  5. Cook until a bit wilted, a few minutes, then add the other half of the minced garlic.
  6. Cook for one minute then transfer browned onion, peppers and garlic to a big bowl. I use the same bowl I will serve it in to save on doing dishes.
  7. In the same pan, still over high heat, throw in the pineapple and cook all sides until browned, a few minutes.
  8. Add cooked pineapple to the big bowl.
  9. Add another teaspoon of oil to the hot pan then add the shrimp. Cook for a minute then flip them over.
  10. When they are almost all pink but not thoroughly cooked, add all the contents from the bowl back into the pan and cook, stirring frequently, for one minute.
  11. Now pour the soy mixture you made earlier into the pan and cook for one minute, continuously stirring. The sauce will thicken up.
  12. Transfer all contents of the pan back into the big bowl. Clean down the sides of the bowl for presentation. Sprinkle top with sesame seeds and serve.

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Spicy Hawaiian Garlic Shrimp Bowl with Pineapple

Spicy Hawaiian Garlic Shrimp with Pineapple is a sweet and spicy version of the famous Hawaiian garlic shrimp that can be found at shrimp trucks on several of the islands. I first had this version when I visited Maui a few years ago, but it took a trip to the Big Island of Hawaii last summer to get the one ingredient I needed most to recreate this recipe at home. Hawaiian Chili Pepper Water.

Hawaii is known for its beaches, warm oceans, palm trees, gorgeous mountain scenery, sunsets and garlic shrimp. Well, it’s known for lots of other things too, but garlic shrimp is up there. If you have ever traveled to the north shore of Oahu or around the harbor in Kahului, Maui you have seen the two most famous shrimp trucks, Giovanni’s (Oahu) and Geste ( Maui). You can smell the garlic before you see the trucks. Its beyond amazing and makes one instantly hungry. When we were in Maui a few years ago, Geste was a must stop when in Kahului.

When we arrived there was a huge line waiting to order and waiting for orders as we pulled up to the side of the road where the truck was parked near Kahului Harbor. We stopped by after we had spent the morning at the Maui Swap Meet by the community college. By the time we ordered we were the only ones left waiting and I stood at the window watching them cook because I wanted to see how the shrimp was made, being a nosy food blogger and all. One of the ingredients I spied, besides buckets full of chopped garlic, melted butter and prepped shrimp, was Hawaiian chili pepper water.

I asked a few questions about the recipes, how many orders a day they made, if they smelled like garlic all day every day, etc. I learned that the Hawaiian Chili Pepper water was their secret to the spiciness of their spicy hawaiian garlic shrimp with pineapple. Wonderful people working there, clearly a passion for everyone involved, I could have sat and talked story with them for days. When we got home from Maui this was one of the recipes I wanted to recreate. Unfortunately the only Hawaiian chili pepper water I could find in stores had red food dye in it. I try to be as natural with ingredients that I can be, some I avoid at all costs and red food dye is one of them. I know there are recipes online to make my own Hawaiian chili pepper water but I just never got around to it.

Fast forward two summers and we headed to Hawaii for a month. A week on Oahu and three weeks on the Big Island. I had been following Edible Hawaii online and owning subscription to the magazine for a while at that point and had seen them mention a few new small hot sauce companies around the islands. Big Island Burn being one of them from Kona, Hawaii. A few messages back and forth on Instagram and I made plans to meet up Erin at her shop. Erin was about to start prepping mangoes, since they were in season at the time, to make her Mango hot sauces.

I spied a bottle of Hawaiian Chili Pepper water and kind of freaked out a little since I knew it was all fresh local ingredients and no food dye. I told Erin I had plans to make recipes with her hot sauces and chili water after we chatted for a bit. She couldn’t have been nicer to chat with and I was really looking forward to sampling all her hot sauces and the hawaiian chili pepper water. For this spicy Hawaiian garlic shrimp recipe I used just her Hawaiian chili pepper water, saving the rest of the hot sauces for other recipes. I also asked Erin a few questions about herself, her business and life on the big island of Hawaii. The rest of the post will be these questions and amazing answers!

How did Da Big Island Burn get started?

I’ve always loved hot sauce, it’s been my thing ever since I was a kid. I remember when my dad was in the first Gulf War, and they had the MRES or meals ready to eat. And in those, they had little bottles of Tabasco sauce. He would save those and send them home to me. It was a thing between my dad and I. When people go on vacation and they bring me back a gift, it’s almost always a local hot sauce. I have also always made some sort of spicy concoction for the fridge, like habanero relish, or what we used to call the “Jar of Death”, which was really just Thai or serrano chiles sliced thinly, packed in soy sauce, that I would keep in the fridge, or olive oil, salt and garlic on the counter, and pop in my mouth when I needed that extra kick.

One year, our neighbor had a mango tree that was going off. He was bringing over boxes of mangoes everyday. I made mango sorbet, mango salsa, and then I thought, mango hot sauce! And that just kind of opened my eyes to all other possibilities. And I went with it. And here we are..

We are also one of the very, very few 100% female owned and operated hot sauce businesses in the world. I think that people sometimes underestimate our knowledge, and expertise, with heat.. Until they taste our sauces.

How long have you lived in Hawaii?
I have lived in Hawaii for 5 ½ years. I initially moved here to open my own State Farm Insurance agency. They actually moved me here from Arlington VA, right outside of DC, where I had managed a large and successful State Farm agency for many years. Ultimately, the agency opportunity wasn’t the right fit, but the Big Island definitely was. It’s very suited to my personality, and my lifestyle, and I am proud to call it home.

Which is your favorite ingredient to work with?
I love working with chiles, all different kinds, but in particular, the Hawaiian Chile Pepper. A lot of people don’t understand the nuances of different types of chiles, not just their heats levels, but their flavors, and where their heat hits. The Hawaiian Chile pepper is so great in that it has amazing flavor, but it also provides a nice back heat, so you can taste all of the other ingredients in the hot sauces as well. People are constantly amazed when they try some of our fruit based hot sauces, their reactions tend to be, “Ooh, that’s a nice Mango flavor, and ooooh, there’s the heat”. It’s my favorite thing to see, like we are all on a flavor roller coaster together.

Talk a little about your products
We make a variety of different hot sauces, in a variety of flavors and with different heat levels. The one constant is that we source as many of our ingredients locally as possible. We only use locally grown mangoes from the west side of the island, local honey from down south, all of our chiles are fresh, and grown right here on the Big Island. In our award winning Kona Coffee Kiss and Kick hot sauces, we only use 100% Single estate Kona coffee that we get directly from the farmer himself. He even has a special grind for us. Nothing comes from a can, or concentrate, we break down all the fruits by hand in our commercial kitchen. I find that knowing where my ingredients come from gives me more of a connection with them, and that translates into more Aloha in our hot sauces.

Best part of living on the Big Island of Hawaii? What do you like to do on your days off?
The best part of living on the Big Island of Hawaii is the people. Of course, the beaches, mountains, waterfalls and volcano are amazing too, but the people of the Big Island are really what makes this place so special. From the day I moved here, I have been welcomed with open arms, and I am truly grateful for it. I think when you move somewhere so different, like the Big Island, you have to come with a mindset of wanting to learn, and wanting to grow, and wanting to highlight what makes it such a special place, but with respect and consideration. If you do that, the island and the people recognize that, and take you into their fold with love and Aloha.

Days off… are few and far between, but I like to save all my cooking magazines for my beach days. We pack a cooler, head up north to one of the amazing, sandy beaches up there, and relax and soak in the ocean and the sun, all while looking for more culinary inspiration in the magazines.

Where can we find your products:
You can always find our products online at www.dabigislandburn.com , we ship all over the US and Canada or on island at:
Ulu Restaurant at the Four Seasons Hualalai
Da Poke Shack
Royal Kona Visitor Center
Black Sands Emporium at Ali’i Gardens Marketplace
The Spoon Shop Kona
Kona Town Market

We also are always at First Fridays in Holualoa (first friday of each month), where we also do a pop up taco tent, serving street style tacos with house made salsas, and at the Kokua Kailua Village Stroll on the 3rd Sunday of each month.

Thank you Erin SO MUCH for these awesome answers. I hope if you all make it to the big island of Hawaii to stop by one of these shops, the Kokua Kailua Village stroll and the First Fridays in Holuloa. Both street events are so much fun with tons of different vendors from local arts and crafts to all kinds of food. I would plan your trip to the big island to include at least one of those events. And tell Erin I sent you!

Now on to the recipe for this amazing spicy Hawaiian garlic shrimp with pineapple!


How To Make Shrimp Curry With Prepared Roland Red Curry Paste / Thai Shrimp Curry with Pineapple - Add the coconut milk, red curry paste and brown sugar, whisk together and bring to a boil.

How To Make Shrimp Curry With Prepared Roland Red Curry Paste / Thai Shrimp Curry with Pineapple - Add the coconut milk, red curry paste and brown sugar, whisk together and bring to a boil.. The perfect recipe of red thai shrimp curry recipe is right here, just follow the simple ratio for ingredients and never go wrong with this delicious thai curry. Easy to make and really delicious. To learn more about these methods, including how to disable them. Turn to small heat to boil. Admittedly, this is not our easiest recipe ever.

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How it's really made in thailand.

It's usually made with chicken, but today i am going to teach you how to make green curry with shrimp. We're making homemade red curry paste in the chili pepper madness kitchen today, my friends, and smells wonderful in here. Thai recipe for red curry paste. This simple weeknight red curry relies on jarred or canned red curry paste for flavor, which you can find at larger supermarkets and specialty we also use them to measure ad campaign effectiveness, target ads and analyze site traffic. We've mentioned this before, but we adore the mae ploy brand. In this quick shrimp curry, shrimp are simmered in a fragrant thai coconut sauce infused with fresh herbs. Please do not substitute kaffir lime leaves for the zest as you would not substitute lemon leaves for. Red curry paste makes for excellent thai curry, including curry chicken and seafood curries, beef curry, vegetarian curries, and fish curry. A complete and concentrated food, has healthy polyunsaturated fatty acids and is a powerful antioxidant. Turn to small heat to boil. Then add 1 1/2 red curry paste stir well for 2 minutes. For a more authentic version, check out this recipe from temple of thai. The heat of the peppers mixed with the other seasonings such as garlic and cumin help develop the create a homemade curry paste by using the loose red curry powder and a liquid binding agent.

Many thai curry pastes, including my thai sour curry paste, have shrimp paste making thai red curry paste vegan. How to make red curry paste. So why should you make a thai red curry paste, or any curry paste really, from scratch when there are sections of supermarket add shrimp paste (to the curry paste) and finely grind until smooth. Added red bell pepper and served on cauliflower rice and

1 tsp red pepper flakes. Curry paste and curry powder, though similar, not only vary in texture, but in composition.

Red Curry Shrimp Skewers | Cook Smarts from cooksmarts.imgix.net Add grated ginger, garlic, tomato purée and white wine vinegar and mix well to make a paste. You also can use it to make the red curry with pork and watercress. A very authentic taste editor's note: Added red bell pepper and served on cauliflower rice and

1 tsp red pepper flakes. Plus, it's easy to put together and keeps well. This is where our recipe differs from some authentic thai recipes. How to make red curry paste. It forms the backbone ingredient in a number of other non related dishes too.

Saute your favorite vegetables in a pan, such as onions.

Thai recipe for red curry paste. If you're vegetarian or vegan, use soy sauce instead of fish sauce and golden mountain sauce in place of the shrimp paste. For a quick dinner with lots of flavor make a quick vegetable curry with coconut milk. The final step is to go back to your dry spices and mix in your your red curry paste will turn a little less deep red and more of an orangey red in color due the i like to prepare my curry paste using a thai mortar and pestle, but alternatively you could use a i used the paste to make red curry with chicken for a dinner party, and my guests raved This is where our recipe differs from some authentic thai recipes. Stir in shrimp and basil leaves. A very authentic taste editor's note: Curry paste and curry powder, though similar, not only vary in texture, but in composition. This coconut shrimp curry features delicious shrimp in a coconut curry that's perfect over cooked super easy, made all in one pot and packs tons of flavor! This simple weeknight red curry relies on jarred or canned red curry paste for flavor, which you can find at larger supermarkets and specialty we also use them to measure ad campaign effectiveness, target ads and analyze site traffic. Cook 3 minutes or until shrimp just turn opaque, stirring often. Add the coconut milk, red curry paste and brown sugar, whisk together and bring to a boil. Saute your favorite vegetables in a pan, such as onions.

We've mentioned this before, but we adore the mae ploy brand. For a quick dinner with lots of flavor make a quick vegetable curry with coconut milk. Then add 1 1/2 red curry paste stir well for 2 minutes. According to simply healthy family, curry paste is traditionally in thai cooking, curry paste is often combined with coconut milk to make dishes with chicken, seafood and vegetables. To make panang curry paste, prepare red curry paste as above then add ground roasted peanuts to the mortar and pestle at the end.

Red Curry Shrimp Recipe - WhitneyBond.com from whitneybond.com How to make curry sauce with coconut milk. If you're vegetarian or vegan, use soy sauce instead of fish sauce and golden mountain sauce in place of the shrimp paste. This coconut shrimp curry features delicious shrimp in a coconut curry that's perfect over cooked super easy, made all in one pot and packs tons of flavor! How to make shrimp curry. 1 tablespoon chili powder (or more as desired for spicier). You can replace the shrimp paste with fermented soybean paste. A complete and concentrated food, has healthy polyunsaturated fatty acids and is a powerful antioxidant. Use a whisk to mix the 2 spoon curry paste over fish, shrimp, or poultry before roasting it.

Plus you can adjust the taste of your curry as you go when you cook it.

This simple weeknight red curry relies on jarred or canned red curry paste for flavor, which you can find at larger supermarkets and specialty we also use them to measure ad campaign effectiveness, target ads and analyze site traffic. It forms the backbone ingredient in a number of other non related dishes too. Use immediately, or spoon the paste into a jar, cover with a layer of oil, seal. Use a whisk to mix the 2 spoon curry paste over fish, shrimp, or poultry before roasting it. Cook 3 minutes or until shrimp just turn opaque, stirring often. The final step is to go back to your dry spices and mix in your your red curry paste will turn a little less deep red and more of an orangey red in color due the i like to prepare my curry paste using a thai mortar and pestle, but alternatively you could use a i used the paste to make red curry with chicken for a dinner party, and my guests raved A very authentic taste editor's note: Then add 1 1/2 red curry paste stir well for 2 minutes. This authentic green curry shrimp recipe takes 20 mins to make and tastes just like restaurants! Delicious shrimp curry made with thai green curry paste. This fundamental curry is the mother paste for almost all other thai curries. Stir in shrimp and basil leaves. Indian shrimp curry made with coconut milk, tomato sauce and warm indian spices is a quick 20 minute curry dish you can enjoy any day of the week!

To make panang curry paste, prepare red curry paste as above then add ground roasted peanuts to the mortar and pestle at the end. The heat of the peppers mixed with the other seasonings such as garlic and cumin help develop the create a homemade curry paste by using the loose red curry powder and a liquid binding agent. For a more authentic version, check out this recipe from temple of thai. A complete and concentrated food, has healthy polyunsaturated fatty acids and is a powerful antioxidant. Easy red curry paste requiring just 1 blender or food processor and 10 minutes to prepare!

For a quick dinner with lots of flavor make a quick vegetable curry with coconut milk. How to make shrimp curry. In this quick shrimp curry, shrimp are simmered in a fragrant thai coconut sauce infused with fresh herbs. For a more authentic version, check out this recipe from temple of thai. Add the coconut oil to a large skillet or wok over medium high heat.

Then add 1 1/2 red curry paste stir well for 2 minutes. Our red curry obsession knows no bounds—give us shrimp risotto, and we'll turn around and give you a big bowlful of this fish sauce. For a more authentic version, check out this recipe from temple of thai. Look for red curry paste near other asian ingredients in most supermarkets. It forms the backbone ingredient in a number of other non related dishes too.

Toss wide rice noodles with curry. It forms the backbone ingredient in a number of other non related dishes too. Added red bell pepper and served on cauliflower rice and

1 tsp red pepper flakes. In this quick shrimp curry, shrimp are simmered in a fragrant thai coconut sauce infused with fresh herbs. Use the curry paste immediately, or store it in an airtight container covered with a thin layer of oil for up to.

Many thai curry pastes, including my thai sour curry paste, have shrimp paste making thai red curry paste vegan. Admittedly, this is not our easiest recipe ever. How it's really made in thailand. The heat of the peppers mixed with the other seasonings such as garlic and cumin help develop the create a homemade curry paste by using the loose red curry powder and a liquid binding agent. Use immediately, or spoon the paste into a jar, cover with a layer of oil, seal.

Easy red curry paste requiring just 1 blender or food processor and 10 minutes to prepare! You can replace the shrimp paste with fermented soybean paste. Stir in shrimp and basil leaves. The perfect recipe of red thai shrimp curry recipe is right here, just follow the simple ratio for ingredients and never go wrong with this delicious thai curry. Given its popularity and enhanced food taste, grocery stores normally stock ready made packets of this curry paste too, but it is always better to make your own red curry.

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To make panang curry paste, prepare red curry paste as above then add ground roasted peanuts to the mortar and pestle at the end. The final step is to go back to your dry spices and mix in your your red curry paste will turn a little less deep red and more of an orangey red in color due the i like to prepare my curry paste using a thai mortar and pestle, but alternatively you could use a i used the paste to make red curry with chicken for a dinner party, and my guests raved Please do not substitute kaffir lime leaves for the zest as you would not substitute lemon leaves for. Look for red curry paste near other asian ingredients in most supermarkets. A complete and concentrated food, has healthy polyunsaturated fatty acids and is a powerful antioxidant.

Many thai curry pastes, including my thai sour curry paste, have shrimp paste making thai red curry paste vegan. Plus, it's easy to put together and keeps well. Red curry paste is standard in thai curry recipes. Mix curry paste in equal parts with olive oil to make a marinade. Add the coconut milk, red curry paste and brown sugar, whisk together and bring to a boil.

Please do not substitute kaffir lime leaves for the zest as you would not substitute lemon leaves for. Delicious shrimp curry made with thai green curry paste. Curry paste after shrimp paste. How to make shrimp curry. A very authentic taste editor's note:

Cook 3 minutes or until shrimp just turn opaque, stirring often.

In a small bowl toss the shrimp with the.

It's usually made with chicken, but today i am going to teach you how to make green curry with shrimp.

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Admittedly, this is not our easiest recipe ever.

Add the coconut milk, red curry paste and brown sugar, whisk together and bring to a boil.

The base for this inspired version is red bell pepper, red chilies, garlic, ginger, and green onion or shallot.

It forms the backbone ingredient in a number of other non related dishes too.

How to make thai red curry paste น้ำพริกแกงเผ็ด.

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How to make red curry paste.

Added red bell pepper and served on cauliflower rice and

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This coconut shrimp curry is so delicious how to make coconut shrimp curry.

1 tablespoon chili powder (or more as desired for spicier).

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How to make thai red curry paste น้ำพริกแกงเผ็ด.

This fundamental curry is the mother paste for almost all other thai curries.

Look for red curry paste near other asian ingredients in most supermarkets.

Most versions contain ingredients you can only find at an asian markets like galangal, lemongrass, and makrut (thai) lime, that transform coconut milk and shrimp into an great flavour.

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It forms the backbone ingredient in a number of other non related dishes too.

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The final step is to go back to your dry spices and mix in your your red curry paste will turn a little less deep red and more of an orangey red in color due the i like to prepare my curry paste using a thai mortar and pestle, but alternatively you could use a i used the paste to make red curry with chicken for a dinner party, and my guests raved

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Use a whisk to mix the 2 spoon curry paste over fish, shrimp, or poultry before roasting it.

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How to make red curry paste.

For a more authentic version, check out this recipe from temple of thai.

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It's mildly spicy, loaded with coconut milk.

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1 tablespoon chili powder (or more as desired for spicier).

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It's mildly spicy, loaded with coconut milk.

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Pineapple shrimp stir fry

This is a recipe that even the pickiest eaters enjoy. The pineapple juice and hoisin sauce give the sauce the perfect balance of sweet and tangy flavors.

The shrimp, which are coated in cornstarch and quickly pan-fried, pick up tons of the tasty sauce. They're delicious.

You can use the veggies in the recipe (we love the combo!) or choose ones that you know will be a hit in your family. It's a versatile recipe!


Hawaiian-Style Sweet-and-Sour Roasted Pineapple and Bell Peppers

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Ingredients

  • 3 cups cubed fresh pineapple
  • 1 medium red bell pepper, cubed (1 1/2 cups)
  • 1 medium red onion, cut into thin wedges (1 1/2 cups)
  • 1 Tbs. toasted sesame oil
  • 1 Tbs. vegetable oil
  • 1 Tbs. dark or light brown sugar
  • 1 Tbs. sweetened coconut flakes, optional
  • 1 Tbs. lime juice

Preparation

1. Preheat oven to 400°F. Arrange pineapple cubes, red bell pepper cubes, and red onion wedges on ungreased rimmed baking sheet. Drizzle with toasted sesame oil and vegetable oil, sprinkle with brown sugar, and season with salt and pepper, if desired. Toss to coat.

2. Roast pineapple mixture on center oven rack 30 minutes, or until lightly browned, turning once. Remove from oven and sprinkle with sweetened coconut flakes, if using, then drizzle with lime juice. Remove to serving bowl and toss well to combine. Serve hot or at room temperature.


Recipe Summary

  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • ½ cup red curry paste
  • 1 pound large shrimp, peeled and deveined
  • 2 (14 ounce) cans light coconut milk
  • 3 small leeks, chopped
  • ½ Spanish onion, chopped
  • 3 ounces sliced bamboo shoots, drained
  • 5 tablespoons white sugar
  • 3 tablespoons fish sauce
  • 6 ounces fresh green beans, halved, or more to taste
  • ½ red bell pepper, cut into matchstick-size pieces
  • ½ green bell pepper, cut into matchstick-size pieces
  • 2 scallions, sliced
  • 1 jalapeno pepper, seeded and thinly sliced
  • 1 (8 ounce) can pineapple chunks
  • 3 cups cooked jasmine rice

Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat cook and stir curry paste until fragrant, about 2 minutes. Stir shrimp into paste and cook for 3 minutes. Transfer shrimp to a plate, scraping as much paste back into the skillet as possible.

Pour coconut milk into the curry paste. Add leeks, onion, bamboo shoots, sugar, and fish sauce bring to a boil. Add green beans, red bell pepper, green bell pepper, scallions, and jalapeno pepper and simmer until vegetables are tender, 10 to 15 minutes. Add shrimp and pineapple cook and stir until shrimp are pink and cooked through, about 5 minutes more. Serve curry over cooked rice.


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