Greek Baked Fish

Greek Baked Fish created by breezermom

This is so tasty, even my DH commented on this one when I made it.

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  • Gently fry onions & curry powder in oil until tender, pour off oil, add garlic, chopped tomatoes and the wine & lemon juice, cover & simmer for 10 mins approximately.
  • Arrange fish in a baking dish & spread the tomato-onion mixture over.
  • Arrange tomato slices on top & sprinkle with parsley & a little extra oil.
  • Bake uncovered at approx 180.C for 30-40 mins or until fish flakes easily when tested with a fork.
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  1. breezermom
    Greek Baked Fish Created by breezermom
  2. breezermom
    The smell coming from the oven while this was cooking had me salivating. My expectations were high for this dish! But I found it a little bland....maybe my curry powder wasn't hot enough, although I used the hot curry powder. Next time I may use red curry paste, or add some additional seasonings. But this is a very beautiful dish, and smells wonderful while it is cooking.
  3. lauralie41
    Made this fish for my dad on Fathers Day and he liked it a lot. I am not a big fish fan but I tasted and liked it too. Didnt have the Madras curry powder so I used regular curry powder that I had on hand. The tomatoes I had were pretty big so I only used two and cod fillets instead of steaks. The fish flaked apart nicely and had a mild flavor that went well with the heat of the curry powder and vegetables. I used JanuaryBride's Recipe #303247 for the crushed garlic cloves. Fish and non-fish lovers will enjoy this! Made and reviewed for ZWT 4.
  4. lauralie41
    Made this fish for my dad on Fathers Day and he liked it a lot. I am not a big fish fan but I tasted and liked it too. Didnt have the Madras curry powder so I used regular curry powder that I had on hand. The tomatoes I had were pretty big so I only used two and cod fillets instead of steaks. The fish flaked apart nicely and had a mild flavor that went well with the heat of the curry powder and vegetables. I used JanuaryBride's Recipe #303247 for the crushed garlic cloves. Fish and non-fish lovers will enjoy this! Made and reviewed for ZWT 4.
  5. lauralie41
    Greek Baked Fish Created by lauralie41
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