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Shrimp Curry , need help with paste

Black_tokyo1 | Dec 6, 201407:30 PM     24

So theirs this amazing place in japan (worldwide to) named GoGo Curry! I instantly fell in love with their shrimp tempura curry dish an i live no where near any of their establishments. Their sauce is signature so I bought the paste packet online which was very pricey an i haven't received it yet. So before i do i needed to know (since its my first time preparing any of it) how to prepare the paste. And after that any opinions on the rest of the dish like what kind of rice is best, cabbage, even the shrimp to keep that authentic taste i absolutely love. Please and thankyou!

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