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Fantastic recipe Geema!!! made this for lunch to take to my inlaws. Used my own masala instead of the spice mix which is anyway a mix of fennel, cumin, coriander, pepper, aniseed and bayleaf which I always keep on hand (lovely to add to a vegetable preparation too!!!). Added the cayenne and turmeric. And then followed the recipe using the green chilli and floored them folks!!!Thanks!!! Fay khush hui!!!! (Means you made Fay happy in Hindi. It is a famous dialogue from a Bollywood film rather like I'll be Back by AS);) Fay

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Girl from India April 17, 2004

I will never buy canned curry sauce again. This was a yummy sauce for fish.

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vanzweb June 06, 2010

Excellent! I used one 14 oz. can of coconut milk, so there would be plenty of sauce. Also had to cook longer than specified (total of 45 minutes) because my cod was very thick. Hubby and brother-in-law loved it.

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c.r.young February 28, 2010

Very good. I used cod, and cheated with a ready made curry paste. I thought the coconut flavor would be more pronounced, so I will cut a little back on the spices next time (just my taste)

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Akita May 12, 2008

Very good recipie. I used tilapia. I will make it again.

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brandidt March 31, 2008

This was fairly easy and really tasty. I didn't have any tomatoes so I used 1 tbsp (I was only making half the recipe) and a decent splash of water to make the sauce. Came out great! I can see this working really well with prawns or chicken too.

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Jacqdav March 25, 2008

DH made it, leaving out the chili peppers for the kids' sake. My 5yr old and 2 yr old gobbled it up; the onion-hating 8 yr old balked. I loved this new taste for fish. We also mixed fish & shrimp, and upped the milk to 1 1/2 cans.

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annlouise February 28, 2008

I think I should have used more coconut milk to get the consistency I wanted/expected. Other than that it was very tasty and made an impressive meal with forbidden black rice and frizzled cabbage.

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Jules127 January 29, 2008

This dish was fabulous!!!! And I realized after making and eating it that I completely forgot to put the coriander in. It was great without it. I did use more coconut milk than what was called for. My husband loved it. It was quite tasty. I highly recommend it. I served it over some Mango Coucous (comes in a box and takes 5 minutes to make) - together it was sensational.

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goldsorceress June 19, 2007

This was a GREAT aromatic dish. Reminds me panang. Though not as tongue-fall-off spicy. I decided to double the coconut milk, and used picked pepperocini's instead. Then served it over rice. It was absolutely delicious. Though it's not a kid pleaser. Thanks for the recipe Geema!

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Fionnros June 06, 2007
Fish Baked in Coconut Milk