By Charishma_Ramchandani on September 29, 2003
"This fish has an orange colour gravy and looks very presentable. This is the winning recipe of this week from the Thursday. It was submitted by Suganthi Kannan."
Serving Size: 1 (329 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Delicious! I also cut down on the chilis to my comfort level. I also did half of my oil with cocnut oil. Can't wait to make for a dinner party."
"Excellent Recipe, First time it didn't turn out right and I learned what to change. I had dry grated coconut and found it did not grind or flavour well so I added a small (1/2 size ones) can of coconut milk, this worked well and the masala turned out a nice paste, not to dry and not to wet. I used coriander and cumin powder as I did not have the whole seeds. Chillies you have to judge, sometimes the small chillies can be hot sometimes they are mild, besides the heat value they add a nice flavour so if they are hot ones remove the seeds so you can add more for the flavour while still controlling the heat."
"This was delicious! The combination of tamarind juice and coconut goes really well together. I halved the recipe and cut down the red chillies to just six, but it was still really chilli. Next time i'll put in just 3. Also, don't try this with coconut milk powder. Its really hard to grind the masala. Still turned out great though. Wow!"
"A fantastic curry! I used basa fillets, my favourite fish. Just make sure to grind the coriander really fine before adding it to the blender, otherwise the crunchy bits will spoil the whole dish! Thanks for this winner curry."
"Best recipe I have found for this dish, but man is it hot. I am going to cut it back to 7 chillies. Great recipe, thanks."
"Probably the best homemade curry I've made. Thank you Mark"
"So delicious!! The taste is exactly the same as you would find in one of the many "home" restaurants in Goa. Have a Goan fish curry recipe that I've been using for some time, but this is soo much better."
"this is just awesome,very easy and tasty...i just added the tomatoes in the blender too ...thanx neena"