This was WONDERFUL!!! I used fresh rainbow trout and whiting fillets and served it with rice. It was good with the whiting but it was FABULOUS with the trout. And the sauce was perfect spooned over the rice. A definite keeper!
This recipe was a great basic plan from which I improvised and created a very spicy and lovely version on a bed of kale and home grown tomatoes. I replaced the honey with agave nectar and reduced by 1/2, replaced the butter with a small amount of olive oil, and increased curry (a good sprinkling of pure turmeric, about a tbl of garam masala, and solid sprinkling of red pepper flakes). Also used two large garlic cloves and about 1 and 1/2 inches of pressed ginger in the sauce.
This is a great recipe-simple yet full of flavor! Of course, I had to make it southern by using toasted pecans instead of almonds. I served it with cous cous and a salad consisting of mixed greens, thinly sliced red onions, sliced fresh Louisiana strawberries, fresh mint, toasted pecans and dressed with a strawberry balsamic .
This is EXCELLENT! I added a little extra curry to the receipe otherwise, made it as suggested and loved it. Hubby raved about it, asked me to keep this one on the menu.
This was very tasty. I did what Jezski recommended and layed the fish on a bed of chopped onions, orange pepper and baby squashes. I halfed the honey and doubled the curry powder (we like it hot!). There was lots of sauce and this went well with rice. Next time I will try it with a more substantial fish like salmon. Thanks for posting!
Very tasty, tasted like honey mustard sauce. I think next time I'll use a little less mustard and a little more curry (or a medium curry instead of a mild).
This is a great recipe and it makes a great sauce. It would be good with something like rice to soak it up.
Izzy, an excellent recipe, different and very flavorful. I used basa fillets. Funny thing: I put the fish on a bed of sliced onions and red and yellow peppers before I even saw that Sackville had done that. This is kind of a habit of mine when baking fish - gives it a little pizzaz. This is a KEEPER . . . Janet
My whole family loved this - even our 1 year old. It was the first time I've ever made fish and it turned out great. So easy!