King Prawns And Salmon Curry

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Delicious king prawns and salmon curry

Delicious king prawns and salmon curry

King Prawns And Salmon Curry……just what I need. My family loves curry. I always say that curry makes my world go round. We love king prawns and salmon. So, this curry dish has to be one of my best dishes. We had this with rice and another stir fried vegetables for dinner. It was fabulous, a very satisfying meal. I think everyone over ate.

Here’s my recipe to share. It’s enough for 4-5 persons.

Ingredients A
500g salmon (cut into bite size pieces)
500g cooked king prawns

Salmon pieces

Salmon pieces

Cooked king prawns

Cooked king prawns

Ingredients B
200g green bean (cut into halves)
150g baby corn (cut into halves)
1 sweet potato (peeled and cut into pieces)
1 big onion (peel and dice)
4 medium tomatoes (quarter them)

All vegetables in the pot

All vegetables in the pot

Put everything into a pot. Add 3-4 cups of water and leave to boil for a while, about 10 minutes.

Ingredients C
1/2 packet Malaysian curry paste
1/2 packet coconut powder
1 vegetable stock cube
1t of sugar
salt to taste

Add curry paste and coconut cream

Add curry paste and coconut cream

Add everything in Ingredients B to the pot above and leave it to boil for a short while.

Malaysian chicken curry paste

Malaysian chicken curry paste

My favourite curry paste is still the ready one in a packet. It’s a Malaysian curry paste. Even though it’s written outside for chicken curry, I use it all the time for any curry dishes. The colour and taste are beautiful.

Cooked curry

Cooked curry

Add in the salmon pieces. When it’s half cooked, add the prawns. Adjust the amount of water and seasonings according to your taste. Once it boils, turn off the fire. Serve hot with rice, pasta or noodles. It’s just very delicious.

Do you like curries? What is your favourite curry? What is your favourite way to cook salmon and king prawns? Please share, add and comment in the comment box below.

Other curries that you may be interested in:
Fast And Easy Malaysian Chicken Curry
Baked Chicken Curry
Best Butternut Squash Curry
Dry Seafood Curry

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Divina  on December 16th, 2009

Delicious. Love curries. Any type of curries would do and always with coconut milk. :D

Viviane  on December 16th, 2009

This looks delicious!! I love curry really. I have been using it in salads too lately. I have a dish recipe from my friend’s mom that is very rich. It is sort of a sweet and sour curry type with a chicken and peas base. I am saving your recipe :)

anncoo  on December 16th, 2009

Very creative ~~never thought of adding prawns and salmon in curry. Sounds great ;D

Mary  on December 16th, 2009

@Divina - That’s what I like….curries must be with coconut milk. Curries make me smile :)

@Vivianne - Wow…curries in salad! I have to try that. But I think I’ll prefer dry curry then to go with the salad. Your friend’s curry sounds very delicious….mmm

@Anncoo - Thanks. It was my first time trying that…surprisingly good.

Trissa  on December 16th, 2009

What kind of Malaysian curry paste Mary? I would love to try this dish!

Mary  on December 16th, 2009

@Trissa - I have just added the picture of the curry paste. Hope you can find it over on your side.

Shirley  on December 16th, 2009

The colour looks very Indian!

Mary  on December 16th, 2009

@Shirley - Thanks. I didn’t know that Indian curry is of this colour. At least I learn something.

Shanti  on December 16th, 2009

Looks delicious! What a great dish to have as a family favorite!

Gail  on December 16th, 2009

Yummmmm! Looks and sounds really delicious. Prawns and salmon are my favourites and I do love a good curry! Thank you for sharing.

3hungrytummies  on December 16th, 2009

Oh it is great to have good quality ready made paste on the market! the curry looks great!

Angie@Angie's Recipes  on December 16th, 2009

Mary, I decided to go on a lighter diet a minute ago, but your seafood curry is too good to miss!

The Little Teochew  on December 16th, 2009

What a unique combo! I would never have thought of it. Looks great!

Sarah, Maison Cupcake  on December 16th, 2009

This looks so healthy, I shall be taking a few (lime) leaves out of your book in the new year.

Simply Life  on December 16th, 2009

wow, I would like one of everything you make, please :) this seriously looks incredible!!!

cheah  on December 16th, 2009

This curry is so mouth-watering. Never tasted salmon in curry before, over here, salmon is very expensive, normally we pan-fry, smoke or chargrill.

TasteHongKong  on December 16th, 2009

Sweet potato in curry? A daring combination.

Mary  on December 16th, 2009

@Shanti - Thanks. I thought it was hilarious to see everyone so excited scooping and slurping and going for more rice :D

@Gail - Prawns and salmon seem to make a very good combo in curry. I’ll be cooking again soon.

@3hungrytummies - I’m really thankful to get this curry paste…just so convenient. It’s quite killing to prepare it from scratch. I hate peeling the shallots…always make me cry. Need crocodile tears?…just peel shallots…:D

@Angie - LOL…so sorry about that. You have to go to my post on ‘Cooking Kumquats’…that’s more slimming :P

@The Little Teochew - It was a good, successful experiment….very happy about that.

@Sarah, Maison Cupcake - Awww…that sounds so lovely :)Enjoy cooking!

@Simply Life - It’s really easy to cook. Just everything in a pot and a hot, delicious meal within a short time. Hope you try out soon.

@cheah - I try my best not to pan fry salmon unless I can do it outside. The smell is so strong and stays in my house the whole day, even until the next day.

@TasteHongKong - Haha…I love sweet potatoes and thought it would give a beautiful, natural sweetness to the curry. It was surprisingly good.

Thas  on December 16th, 2009

Looks delicious, love the shrimp and salmon combination, will try this for sure.

Ellie  on December 16th, 2009

This is a killer curry dish! Two of my favourite seafoods in a pot of simmering hot curry: HEAVEN!

Stacy  on December 16th, 2009

Oh, I love a curry. It would be perfect on a drizzly day like today!

Mathea  on December 16th, 2009

Shrimp w/sweet potatoes and curry sounds so perfect for the cold days! …the colors are so rich, too!

Sherleen  on December 16th, 2009

what a suprising combination of curry, but i like it! :)

Mary  on December 17th, 2009

@Thas - Thanks for visiting and comment. Hope you like it as much as we do.

@Ellie - I must say it’s a killer curry dish in my family. I have to cook a bigger pot next time.

@Stacy - Agree with you that curry is good for cold weathers. It actually feels so good to have some curry with rice or noodles before stepping out into the cold outside.

@Mathea - This Malaysian curry pastes always gives beautiful colour and flavour to curries. Hope you can find it at your place.

@Sherleen - Thanks. It’s all in one pot…meat and vegetables and very easy to cook.

wareaglejoy  on December 17th, 2009

I am an American so please forgive if I am wrong, but the 15g baby corn seems contrary to picture or what I would expect. Please help clarify.

Mary  on December 17th, 2009

@wareaglejoy - Oh, thanks very much for pointing that out to me. It’s a typing mistake. It should be 150g….just corrected.

The Chickenless Chick  on December 17th, 2009

What a gorgeous color. Looks delicious!

Apologies for my long absence. Will be checking back more frequently now :)

Mary  on December 17th, 2009

@The Chickenless Chick - Thanks for visiting and your comment. Hope to see you back soon.

penny aka jeroxie  on December 17th, 2009

prawn and salmon together always make my mouth water.

Mary  on December 18th, 2009

@Penny - Me, too. I always have these 2 either in my fridge or freezer. They are quick to cook.

Dhale  on December 18th, 2009

The prawns look so succulent! I’ve been craving soup lately, especially with a winter storm in the forecast. Thanks for sharing!

kristy  on December 18th, 2009

Glad that you could find some nice curry paste over there as well. I’ve a few packets of maggie curry paste in my pantry for a while, hopefully I can make good use of them as well! Happy cooking!

Mary  on December 19th, 2009

@Dhale - Me, too. I have been cooking soup almost everyday. It’s so warming. Seafood soups and curry just make me smile more :)

@Kristy - I’m seriously thankful that I can find a good curry paste here, otherwise I think I will cry..LOL. It’s just so convenient. That’s why I cook curry very often.

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