Delicious! I used a small and pretty hot chilli with seeds to make half the quantity and thought that gave a good balance between heat and not overpowering the fish. It had a beautiful aroma and flavours that worked together perfectly.
This was sooooo good! My sister and I loved it! Made it with cod, and didn't have ginger, so I skipped that as well as the mint. Still tasted absolutely delicious, so creamy and fantastic! I really love curries, and this is definitely going to be a regular. Perfect!
This curry is one of the best I have ever made! it's so easy to make yet so tasty
This is a relatively quick and easy recipe. I used tilapia with success. I used 2 dried thai chilis but also added a bit of cayenne powder for extra heat. I also used coconut milk. This recipe made more than 4 servings for us - maybe 6 good sized portions. Thanks for posting.
My hubby reckons this is better than our favourite fish curry from the local Indian restaurant!
Just had this for dinner! Yum! Very good! This one will be a regular on our table. Thanks :-)
yum...yum I used tilapia , and it was awsome
Delicious! Used sweet-lip snapper fillets and didn't change a thing.
Great curry! My Indian hubby loved this one. I had to make a couple changes, I used a serrano pepper, I only used 1 onion(personal preference), and in addition to the ground spices I used about 1/2 tsp each cumin seeds and mustard seeds, and about 8 cardamom pods. I let those fry up a bit in the oil before I added the onions. I also added about 1/2 of a red pepper that I sliced like the onions. I tried making my own coconut milk for this with milk and coconut extract to save on some fat, but next time I think I'll use the real thing. For a dish like this taste trumps fat! Thanks again for a great curry to add to my rotation.