4 Reviews

Not made this yet - but I was taught the REAL Panang from Kamolmal in L.A. - what is almost always the case in Thai Restaurants in Australia is this - Order a Red curry...now order a Panang curry - taste teste?....no difference...they almost ALL do not use peanuts/and do use the same Red curry paste....PEANUTS are Panang

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vjpigdon August 01, 2015

I can't believe how easy and delicious this recipe is. Great with venison tenderloin and/or backstrap.

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JDeMarois August 29, 2010

Yum YUM. This tasted sooooo authentic! Must use real Thai Basil leaves though. I could almost imagine I was back in Phuket...

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Mrs. Danger_horse March 31, 2010

Perfect. The flavor in this is so tasty, from the red curry paste, and it could not be easier or faster. I followed it pretty much to the letter, though I used slicked sirloin steak instead of rump steak. I also added a bit of salt and pepper to taste and some crushed red pepper for heat. Panang is my favorite curry at our local Thai place and I had no idea it was so easy to make. Thanks for sharing!

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ElleFirebrand April 17, 2007
Panang Beef With Fragrant Thai Basil