Recipe by MINIJOSH
"Its a very simple and easy fish curry from Kerala, a southern state of India. You can get the tamarind paste from any Indian grocery store."
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chopped fresh ginger
ground red pepper
salt to taste
cod fillets, cut into 1 inch cubes
fresh curry leaves
This was easy to make and since I don't really like fish, it made it less fishy. My DH and 5 year old really liked it too. Nice flavors. Served it with acorn squash.
Ditto what the first reviewer said. Watery. Somewhat bland. Not recommended
Very ordinary. Thin and watery. I hesitated to add the chili powder that is called for, and I was right. Chili powder is not the way to go. Perhaps cayenne was meant? I vacillated between two and three stars, but decided on three because it has potential. I won't make it again, however.
This recipe was not to my liking. I cook Indian cuisine several times a month and take studying the cooking techniques from India's different regions seriously. This recipe had such a lack of balance that it was impossible to correct. The sourness of the tamarind paste was so prominent that it dominated the recipe. I tried to balance it with sugar, but it still wouldn't work. The only things that allowed me to choke it down (I refuse to throw away meat or fish unless absolutely necessary) was an massive amount of lime mango pickle and a ton of fresh curry leaves.
i used fresh green chillies and 1cup of water instead of 2 oh, and fresh tamarind. i also marinated the fish in olive oil, appel vinager and lime juice for a few minutes, then i cooked it very quickly on a very hot pan just to seal it, then i continued to cook it with the sauce. it was good.
These came out delicious. I added peas since I saw other people suggested it; I also added some garlic. I had a tough time with the puff pastry so this took me a lot longer than the directions said. Then I made a quick dipping sauce with barbecue sauce, curry paste, apple juice, and a little salt.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fish in Ginger-Tamarind Sauce
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 125
** Calories from Fat: 43
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