13 Reviews

This was easy to make and my family enjoyed it. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada May 28, 2012

Delicious! I will make again- full of wonderful flavor and quite filling.

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EKOFaith May 13, 2012

Made for ZWT and it is very good. Nice and spicy, lots of good veggies. Made for ZWT.

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CaliforniaJan July 01, 2010

Thank you Enjolinfam! This recipe was an absolute winner! I made minor adjustments - I only used 2 zucchinis and once all the veg had been sauted . I blended about a third of them with the sauce ingredients which made it lovely and thick. The peanut butter was the perfect amount too!! Just enough so it had a lovely peanutty aroma and just the right amount of peanut taste. Made for the Voracious Vagabonds - ZWT 6

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KristinV May 23, 2010

LOVED IT! I used a full can of chickpeas, otherwise, made just as directed subbing the soy suggested for aminos. This makes a huge potful, so we had plenty of leftovers, which were just as good. Plan on making again as curry is my DH's favorite!

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Brooke the Cook in WI February 15, 2010

Yummy! We all really enjoyed this curry, even Little Miss (DD) who now is questioning that our curries are too spicy for her. Pureeing all the veggies (except the peas and lentils) made this recipe, as the sauce was thick and delicious. I added extra curry powder to suit hubby and my, taste but kept to the recipe. Served with steamed Basmati rice. Thank you Enjolinfam

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Chef floWer November 12, 2009

This was good and definitely healthy!! We weren't nuts about the amount of zucchini in it. Thanks so much for sharing! :O)

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SPrins June 08, 2009

I used both chickpeas AND lentils (effectively doubling the legume count for a heartier dish) and skipped the tomato sauce and Braggs since I didn't have either. I also added some cumin and some cayenne pepper because I prefer spicier curry. The peanut flavor came through beautifully and the coriander was a perfect touch. SO filling and yet SO healthy! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

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NewlywedRunner April 26, 2009

Very nice and so healthy! We really enjoyed this curry. I used soy sauce (thus I omitted the salt, since the soy sauce has plenty for us) and garbanzo beans. Thank you for sharing!

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Starrynews January 29, 2009

A huge hit, we enjoy Thai curries and this well-received by all, mild enough for the youngsters but plenty of flavour for the adults! I subbed chicken for the beans, again, for the youngsters, and didn't blend the ingredients as directed, preferring a more 'chunky' curry, it certainly doesn't take away from the taste. I'll happily make it again with beans and/or lentils. I used a seasoned rice, but in future I'll stick to a plain steamed rice, the curry has plenty of flavour without adding to it! Lovely recipe, Enjolinfam!

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Karen Elizabeth January 06, 2009
Thai Style Curry