Butternut squash salmon and prawn thai curry recipes


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Butternut Squash, Salmon and Prawn Thai Curry.

Bring to the boil and addd the butternutsquash. Finally, stir in prawnsand reheat thoroughly. Beat together until combined, then add remaining coconut milk, fish stock and fish sauce

Thai yellow pumpkin and seafood curry

1 tbsp Thaicurry paste, yellow or red. 350 ml fish stock, (I use boiling water and a slug of Benedicta Touch of Taste Concentrated fish bouillon. 3 stalks lemongrass, each cut into three and bruised with the flat of a knife. 3 lime leaves, destalked and cut into strips. 1 kg pumpkin, (or butternutsquash) peeled and cut into large bite-sized chunks. 500 g salmon, preferably organic, skinned and cut into large bite-sized chunks. 500 g prawns, raw and peeled. 1 handfuls pak choi, or any other green vegetables of your choice. 1 bunches coriander, chopped, to serve

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