I use to make this dish a lot, but I never measure any thing. So, here is approximated recipe
1-2 Tbsp red curry paste
a can of coconut milk
half of the pineapple, cut into bite size
6-8 medium-large shrimp, shelled
3-4 kaffir lime leave
fish sauce, to taste
tamarind puree, to taste
palm sugar, to taste
heat a medium pan over med-high heat
open a can of coconut milk, DO NOT shake it before you open it
skim the creamy part of the coconut milk that float on top into a pan.
stir constantly until it bubbling, then add the curry paste an stir until fragrance.
then add the shrimp and keep stirring until the shrimp is slightly cook.
then add the pineapple (and tomato) and the rest of the coconut milk (the watery part)
add the lime leave
and season it with fish sauce, palm sugar, and tamarind puree
bring it to boil
once it boil turn the heat to med-low and let it simmer until the shrimp is cook
I don't usually add tomato in it, but you can if you wanted to.
This might be a hassle to find some of the ingredient
the palm sugar can be substitute with white sugar
you can leave tamarind paste out if you really couldn't find it.
kaffir lime leave can be a bit hard to find, but please don't skip it.
sorry about my English
you did spell it right btw
koa = คั่ว = to sauté
khao = ข้าว = rice
There is no such thing call "Gaeng khao koong" like the answer above said
and again that link from the answer above is not the recipe. It is not even close.
I am Thai