02 September 2009
Well, I made a Indian dish last night with the leftover fish I had in my freezer. It was a fairly big hit with John. I'll pass it on for you gals out there whose husbands have been fishing all summer and you're wondering what to do with all the fish.
This recipe is for just about any kind of sturdy white fish (King Fish, Pomfret, etc.), but you have to be a pretty hard core Indian food lover to like it. It also breaks my "no white bread" rule.
two small onions or one medium-ish one
ginger/garlic paste (that's what I used) or just ginger
5 small green chilies
5 cardamon pods
heaping tablespoon chicken curry masala
two medium sized tomatoes (diced)
a glass of diluted coconut milk
1/2 cup-ish of chicken stock
fillet fish (I used four fillets)
cover and put on low heat until the fish is cooked and you can easily cut pieces out of it
glass of thick coconut milk with corn starch in it
(cook until thickened- it doesn't have to be ultra thick)
Serve with white bread, like you would creamed tuna on toast or chipped beef on toast (don't toast it).