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Curry Shrimp with Vegetable Noodles

I saw this recipe in a Sur La Table catalog and it looked interesting.
It's  an excuse to use my  Paderno spiralizer again.
It does a great job of making vegetable noodles.

This is a little spicy, however not too hot.  I would  add more red paste curry next time.
My camera's battery died, so I had to take a few pictures with my  cell phone.

Curry Shrimp with Vegetable Noodles

Serves: Yields 4 servings
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1 medium shallot, peeled and minced
  • 1 red bell pepper, cored, seeded and cut into ½-inch dice
  • 1 clove garlic, peeled and minced
  • 2 tablespoons Panang red curry paste
  • 2 teaspoons honey
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • Juice of one lime, about 2 tablespoons
  • 1 cup coconut milk
  • 1 pound medium shrimp; peeled and deveined
  • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • 2 yellow squash, spiralized
  • 2 zucchini squash, spiralized
  • 2 scallions, chopped
  • Small bunch cilantro, chopped
  • 6 large basil leaves, chopped
  • Zest of one lime, about 1 tablespoon


Place a large saucepan, on the stove over a medium heat and add the vegetable oil. Saut é the shallots and red pepper for 3 minutes to soften the shallots. Add the garlic and cook until fragrant, about 1 minute. Add curry paste, honey, soy sauce, lime juice, and coconut milk and cook another minute.

Season shrimp with salt and pepper and add to the broth. Simmer 3 minutes or until cooked through. Add spiralized yellow squash and zucchini and toss with the curry sauce. Cover and let simmer for 5 minutes to warm through. Remove lid and add scallions, cilantro, basil and lime zest. Toss everything together. Taste and adjust seasoning with salt and pepper. Serve immediately.

The next time I make this, I will change it up a bit.  I will stir fry the vegetables and make the sauce in a different pan and then mix everything together.
I would also make some rice.  you need something to sop up the rich curry sauce.
You can purchase the spiralizer at Amazon or Sonoma Williams.

For fun, I made this little fishes under the sea marshmallow pops.
Great for your kids or grand kids to create these cute little babies.

I had to share this morning early, one of our Schnauzers got skunked!  Ick!
Off to the shower with peroxide, liquid soap and baking soda.
They never learn....LOL

Have a wonderful week.

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  1. Hello from Spain: great recipe. Very tasty. Keep in touch

  2. Looks exotic! You're a fancy cook especially compared to me! The marshmallows look cute- kids can't get enough of them!

  3. Looks yum..thanks for the tips..and poor you w/ doggie...

  4. I ♥ shrimp and curry, so this recipe caught my eye...looks/sounds delicious. Can't wait to try it...and best of all the ingredients are something that I have in the house most of the time! Thanks for sharing.
    Have a wonderful week, Linda.

  5. I LOVE curry, so this recipe sounds divine to me!

    What adorable marshmallow pops. They would be a perfect addition to a themed birthday party.


  6. The shrimp and curry dish sounds wonderful, Linda. Those marshmallow pops are adorable. Hope the skunk smell was washed away from your pup!!

  7. This sounds awesome pretty Linda! The kids must love those marshmallow pops too.Thanks for sharing.
    OMG, I know what skunk smell is like, we had it sometimes when we lived in our country home!

  8. That sounds good, Linda. Those little marshmallow pops are adorable!
    Oh- we used to have a dog that got sprayed all the time. My mother always washed him with tomato juice to kill the smell. It is an awful smell...ugh- xo Diana

  9. That sounds good, Linda. Those little marshmallow pops are adorable!
    Oh- we used to have a dog that got sprayed all the time. My mother always washed him with tomato juice to kill the smell. It is an awful smell...ugh- xo Diana

  10. Great recipe and that noodle machine looks fantastic, I want one!

  11. Oh, I just love this recipe, Linda! Your pics are great too - can't believe you took those with your phone! Have to say though, I've been posting some pics on Instagram from my phone and you can't seem to tell the difference. Why did I spend all that money on lenses? lol
    I am so into Asian flavours lately and this dish is just chock full of complementary tastes! And the colours are so inviting as well. Now, can you get my spiralizer back for me? lol Time to order another one, I suppose.
    Skunk? Oh no! I dealt with that often as a kid with my dog who loved to chase them. Not a fun way to start the day, my friend, lol. You always have a sense of humour when you need it, WW. Great post, sweet friend. Love and hugs to you. xoxo

  12. Well, that does look good! I love curry. I don't use it often because someone who will remain nameless, says it's not his favorite thing. I use a hot curry powder from Penzey's.

  13. I have never heard of a spiralizer, so nice to have a picture. Not a huge fan of curry, but will share with my daughter who loves it. A skunk in the works? Ugh! Poor doggie.

  14. Hi Linda
    What a fantastic recipe! I live for curry and am sooo gonna get me a spiralizer!! What a brilliant idea!
    Many thanks

  15. Good morning Linda!!! I am crazy busy with school and poetry groups and was unable to come by yesterday to comment on this fantastic looking recipe. You know, I miss the days when I took the time to really cook something nice. These days, it's just too hard to even think about washing dishes! But this is a lovely idea for a cozy dinner with friends. Enjoy your Wednesday! Anita

  16. Hi Linda, This dish sounds so good and thank you for sharing. I just said yesterday that I want to get the spiralizer machine. Love your pics. The marshmallow fish pops are just adorable. So sorry your fur baby got skunked. Yes, peroxide does the trick at taking out the odor.
    Thanks for stopping by. Have a great weekend.

  17. Looks truly scrumptious . . . no more . . . sinfully delicious!!! . . . . . Eddie :)

  18. I love the idea of vegetable noodles!
    Thank you for sharing this recipe and your new gadget, Linda!


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