No ImageSpicy Garlic Shrimp with Coconut Rice

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  1. Denise

    Made this tonight for dinner. Not bad. Followed the recipe pretty close to the T. There is NO spice at all :( . That’s what I get for following the recipe. What I did different was jasmine rice and I did add the coconut milk to the rice to cook. (We were afraid of it being soupy adding it to the cooked rice) and the final part we changed was to add “chinese chili garlic sauce ” instead of chili powder.
    When we started eating we decided it needed more so we both added a lot of extra chili garlic sauce and extra salt and garlic. It helped, but I don’t think I’ll make this again


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  2. Elena

    What can I say?!!
    All your recepies are very,very good!
    Thank you very much!

  3. Leslie B.

    I’m curious why you don’t cook the rice in the coconut milk!

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  4. Liz

    I love this recipe! I have made it many times and always come back to it. I have added a few modifications since I have made it several times now. I like to add some coconut milk to the rice while it cooks, as well as about a tablespoon of sugar to help bring out the coconut flavor. I use brown rice for a little added health benefit (plus it tastes yummy). I also add cumin, which changes the flavor to more of a curry, but I am obsessed with cumin.


  5. Leah

    Limey, garlicky, I added a whole whopping heap of the chili paste at the end for perfect amount of spice. I haven’t cooked shrimp in a long time but I was craving it and this recipe hit the spot, amazing! Used coconut oil instead of olive oil and accidentally bought coconut cream instead of coconut milk, but I’m obssessed. Happy and full :)

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