Thursday, September 25, 2014

Fish curry

Today, I've got for you a very simple yet delicious fish curry dish. As usual, there is an inspiration of sorts story lol - the catfish cutlets on sale at the local grocery store.

Catfish (or any other fish you like) cutlets
Sliced onions
Sliced green and red bell peppers
Sliced carrots
Curry powder
Canola oil (olive or any other is fine too)
cayenne pepper (optional)

What to do
- Heat about 2 tbsp of canola oil in a wok or deep frying pan (or pot)
- Add sliced onions and cook until tender
- Add sliced bell peppers and cook till tender
- Add sliced carrots
- Add curry powder (about a hefty table spoon, depending on quantity of fish)
- Add fish cutlets
- Add enough water to almost cover the cutlets and cover pan
- Reduce heat  and leave to simmer about 5 minutes
- Turn cutlets over to ensure it cooks all the way through and allow to simmer another 5 minutes
- Add salt and cayenne pepper to taste
- The sauce should have thickened by now (adjust with water according to preference)
- Simmer another 2 minutes and it is done

Serve over brown rice for a healthy but delicious meal!

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