Laurie S: This straightforward recipe created a savory, sophisticated, and intriguing peanut butter cookie. I would make them a little smaller to serve with a creamy ice cream after a Thai-inspired dinner, but they are a perfect size as is, and I will definitely be making them again!
Emily Turner: A delicious peanut butter cookie with a little kick! Probably won't replace your more traditional recipe but an easy alternative.
Mona S.: Cookies have great flavor and texture, curry paste and chunky peanut butter make a great combo. But beware if you make them, the recipe has no details and assumes that you know how to handle refrigerator cookies.
Nancy C: The cookies reminded me of Willy Wonka’s famous "3 course meal" in a stick of gum, starting on the palate as a classic peanut butter cookie, followed by a creamy coconut note, ending with the surprising bite of heat from the curry. A great refrigerator roll cookie that will stand out from the crowd. A real keeper but use the KitchenAid -- too dense for a hand mixer.
John Heath: You taste a moist chewy peanut butter cookie at first, then, as your mouth starts tingling in a very unexpected, confusing way, you may think someone is trying to kill you! Despite red curry being an unusual ingredient, they're really very good.
Meg Schmidt Duncan, Arden Hills, MN: PB cookie with a kick - go big or go home! Belongs in a Bollywood movie as a Pad Thai cookie.
D’Anne: Made an unusual hostess gift for a holiday party…a little savory with the sweet.
Donna Z: Everything to hate about a cookie, plus a nasty aftertaste!
Barrie: Peanut butter cookie with a savory kick. I used sweetened coconut instead of unsweetened. The coconut and red curry add a nice counterpoint to a basic peanut butter cookie -- Hubby loves them!
Carrie Kehnle: A perfectly soft, delicious peanut cookie with an added bonus at the end: a quiet zip of heat mixed with a bit of sweet. That said, were I to chow one of these without knowing about the Thai chili paste, I'd likely think something was way off about the cookie…
Sarah L: These cookies are soft when biting into them with just a little crunch around the edges. Baked they finish with less heat so maybe 2T of curry is the way to go. We loved these as they are only slightly sweet with a great nutty flavor and that surprise finish!
Wendy: Used the lower suggested amount of curry paste. They were slightly hot, crispy crunchy peanut butter cookies -- liked our regular pb cookies better!