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  1. Taylor – I’ve never had coconut curry, but all of the flavors in this recipe are favorites! There are certain restaurants that I go to where I won’t branch out either. I’m not picky, I just know what I like. 🙂 I hope you have a fabulous weekend.

    • WHAT?! Oh man Erin, you need to remedy that…it’s the best kind of curry!!
      I am glad it’s not just me 😉 Have a great weekend and thank you!

  2. DRooling! literally! pinned! I am totally trying this! what kind of spiralizer do you use for these “noodles” ? and I am SO the same I always order the same things, causeee it is SMART! I like to know I’m gonna leave there happy not still hungry cause it was ish! HAHAHA happy Friday girl!

    • Thank you Michele! I am so glad I am not the only one that orders the same thing!
      I always use the Paderno Spiralizer 🙂

    • WOOO! Where are you from?!
      Coconut curry is SUPER mild and a great place to start for “curry haters!” Let me know if you try it! Thanks Megan!

  3. What is the name of the restaurant called?
    Please tell me its in toronto! I really want to try it!
    Also this looks incredibly delicious, ive always wanted a spirilizer looks so fun and tasty 🙂
    Definitely going to make this one and coconut currys are the best comfort food .

    • Unfortunately it’s only in British Columbia, it’s not a chain – sorry!
      Thank you so much Jo, please let me know if you try it!

  4. I am eating this right now! What an amazing idea to use sweet potatoes noodles. Absolutely perfectly delicious! Thanks for the recipe! I think I could eat this everyday!

  5. This sounds delish! Question though…I have a hand spiralizer. I would think the sweet potato would be too hard to twist thru let alone a big one. I really want to make this but don’t know if my spiralizer or my hand can do it. What do you think?

    • Hmm, I actually can’t REALLY tell you as I have never tried a hand spiralizer before! I do think it might be pretty difficult though as sweet potatoes are so hard! You could just slice it really thin and pan fry it, and serve the sauce over? It wouldn’t be EXACTLY the same, but pretty close! I hope that helps! Please let me know if you try it!

  6. Bonsoir Clotilde,

    Juste une petite question : quand on ne comprend pas l’anglais on fait comment pour les recettes, elles sont appétissantes et c’est frustrant !

  7. This is the second recipe of yours I have tried this week! I just bought a new spiralizer and this was my first go at it! Wow! The noodles alone were amazing! My husband and I devoured this (as you instructed)!! Thanks for another amazing recipe!

  8. Oh my tastebuds! This was so amazing. I’m so glad I doubled the recipe so we could have leftovers! I admit I did cheat and buy a premade mango salsa that my local grocery store makes because it’s delish.

  9. This was delicious and Hubby agreed! My only change was that I used lime juice instead of the ACV for the Mango Salsa, as well as adding a good squeeze of lime in the curry. Thanks!

  10. Hi, pinned this and want to make soon. But a little hesitant to try it with yellow curry because the hubs says he only likes red. So, do you think i could substitute red for yellow curry? If not, i guess i could try it as is and see what happens! If he dislikes it Ill just have to eat all of it😁

  11. I made something similar to this a couple of weeks ago. Your recipe was the inspiration. The flavors are perfect together! I love when sweet potatoes can be used in alternative ways. They are such a hearty and healthy vegetable. They have street cred. Right?

  12. WOW!!! thank You for a truely scrumptious recipe!! Will be making it again and again!! Not sure on your curry powder but I had to add three or four times the amount to mine lol.. also added some bean sprouts to the curry near the end… a healthy curry to die for!!!!

  13. Going to try this tonight with my new spiralizer. Has anyone frozen this dish? Does it freeze and defrost ok?

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