Fried fish and tomato curry is all that you would want for a perfect heavy meal. Best serve with long-grain rice to enjoy the amazing delicious taste. I am sure that you will be able to make it perfectly if you follow the guidelines. Do go through the whole recipe and try cooking at home. Also, don’t forget to share your experience here to let everyone know.
Preparation Time – 10 Minutes
Cooking Time – 25 Minutes
Total Time Taken To Cook The Recipe – 34 Minutes
Level – Easy
Serving – 4
Ingredients Needed To Prepare The Recipe:
Vegetable oil – 2 teaspoon + 2 teaspoon more
Thinly sliced onion – 2
Roughly chopped large vine tomato – 8
Garlic clove – 4
Curry paste – 3 teaspoon
Roughly chopped thumb sized piece ginger
Coconut milk – 165 ml can
Plain flour – 6 teaspoon
Finely chopped coriander – large handful + extra sprigs for serving
Skilled Pollock fillets – 500 gram
Long grain rice – for serving
Direction To Prepare The Recipe:
Place a pan on heat and add about 2 teaspoon of oil to it. Put onion and salt to it and cook for another 8 minutes or until it turn golden on color and soft in texture.
In the meantime, add garlic, tomato and ginger in a food processor and blend to make a smooth puree.
Now add the curry paste into the pan containing onion and allow to fry for some 3 minutes more. Pour the tomato puree mixture to the pan and allow to simmer for 10 minutes more. Make sure it becomes thick at the end else simmer for some more time. Now add coconut milk along with chopped coriander. Allow to simmer again till it thickens.
Take the fish fillets and dust with the seasoned flour. Place another non-stick frying pan on heat and add the leftover oil to it. Place the fillet on oil one at a time and cook on high heat for one minute on each side or until they becomes brown in color. Remove the fish from the oil and carefully place in the tomato mixture and allow to simmer until cooked thoroughly. This is the last part which involves cooking.
Finally, scatter he coriander sprigs on top of the recipe and serve with the long-grained rice.