Make Spicemode of Chicago's delicious Golden Coconut Shrimp

Make Spicemode of Chicago's delicious Golden Coconut Shrimp

Spicemode is a purveyor of small batch Indian-inspired curry sauces and seasonings. Each product is handcrafted combining artisan cooking traditions with a global pantry of ingredients. They are locally made from recipes created by founder Amar Singh, a first-generation Sikh born in Chicago.

To make the complexity of global flavors simple enough for anyone to discover. Home cooks of any experience level — from the casual to the seasoned — will find Spicemode provides a creative way to simplify complex spice blends and cooking with a global pantry of ingredients without compromising quality and flavor.

Golden Coconut Shrimp


  • 1/2 jar Golden Madras curry sauce
  • 1 lb shrimp, deveined,
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk, unsweetened
  • 1 tbsp tomato paste, optional
  • scallion, green parts, sliced
  • lemon


  1. To start, devein and shell shrimp. In a mixing bowl, combine the shrimp with a spoonful of Spicemode's Madras Sauce. Let sit for a couple minutes.
  2. Add oil to a hot pan over medium high heat and cook shrimp in a single layer for a minute. Once they begin to lightly brown add spoonfuls of the Madras Sauce, toss to combine until nicely coated.
  3. Next add tomato paste and combine into sauce and sauté shrimp for a couple minutes continuing to stir. Add coconut milk and let the sauce come to a simmer, then lower heat and gently cook until shrimp are done. Finish with a squeeze of lemon and a handful of cilantro.


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