Recipe by MATHGOD
"A wonderfully exotic but quick dish! Serve over brown rice, millet, or quinoa."
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uncooked brown rice
cod fillets, cut into chunks
1 1/2 tablespoons
salt and pepper to taste
1 (14 ounce) can
1 (16 ounce) package
frozen stir-fry vegetables
I love this recipe, however I made some modifications. I added more curry, and also cayenne pepper, chili power, and red peppers...I like my food spicy. Also, I made the sauce and broiled the fish. That way the fish wasn't falling apart and disinigrating into the sauce (like some other members have said).
Very quick and easy recipe to make, and a good fish recipe for people who don't like to eat fish. But overall, lacking in flavor. I would definitely suggest adding more of the spices since the dish comes out tasting quite bland. The fish tasted good since it was cooked with the spices, but the sauce and vegetables didn't have much taste.
I love fish but this recipe didn't do it for me. I love curry and think that if I would make this again I would specifically pick up fish balls at an Asian market or just use chicken instead. The chunks of fish just fell apart and didn't taste like fish anymore, plus the consistency of the fish in general was just strange. The curry itself was wonderful but I will use fresh veggies next. If you are in a hurry though, the frozen mix is a great option.
Thought it was an excellent dish. I used tilapia instead of cod and fresh vegetables sauted that I already had in the refrigerator. It was quick and easy and the best tasting Indian dish I've made yet. Highly recommended.
This was absolutely delicious! Taking the advice of prior reviewers, I broiled the fish separately. I sprinkled it with the seasonings, broiled it whole for 10 minutes, then broke it up and added it during the last 5 minutes of cooking. I used fresh veggies instead of frozen and sauteed them 5 minutes before using them in the recipe. And just for the heck of it, I put some of the seasoning in the rice while cooking it, to give it a bit of flavor. We will definitely be eating this again! I can't wait to try it with shrimp and/or chicken as well!
My favorite curry recipe on this site so far. Delicious! I will try with chicken next.
This dish does need a lot of salt! It will taste bland if you don't add enough. Try it.
Very easy and really tasty. I would change nothing about this recipe......Yummmm!
This is excellent! My friend and I made it for her family and they absolutely adored it! The spices are perfect together. I completely recommend it.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Coconut Curry Fish
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 353
** Calories from Fat: 162
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