Well, I have had a special request to share a recipe link. The instructions look very clear, and I admit I love both fish and curry ( in fact check out my simple Coconut Shirmp Curry from ages ago for proof!) But I decided I would go ahead and share this, I haven’t tried it myself yet, so if you do I need to hear how you liked it. So without further adieu here is Belle from Bella Before and After :
Here is my breakdown of the dishes I created with just under 2lbs of fish. 🙂
Oh btw, I am NOT a recipe person, so this was actually a very hard way for me to cook, so I tried my best in writing down a recipe, but I also hate binding you all to a recipe. So I think I am going to do it a little different, and plus I made like 4 meals with this fish, so kinda hard doing 4 recipes without getting everyone confused. So try to pay attention, and HAVE FUN.
Please not that this was not a 30 minute meal, but rather took me about 2 hours. (Not bad considering how many dishes, I made, and the fact that I was trying to write my recipe, take pics, and deal with my hungry family, asking when is the food going to be ready.) So before you get started, look at all the pics, and do as much prep work before hand, then get started. It shouldn’t take much more than an hour at most, with everything ready to go. Enjoy!
|Now get to chopping girl, or you could have done this earlier too.
Chop up 3 onions regular. Slice half of another, and finely chop the other half.
|Now that my onions are caramelized, I have added about 1/4 of them to another pan, starting my other dish.
To the pan on the left add the following-
1 1/2 tsp corriander powder
1/2 tsp garam masala
I added the rest of my spices to the marinade remember.
|My masala is almost ready, at this stage you can mash the mixture with the back of a spoon, and it should
all fall apart, as in the tomatoes will completely blend in making a paste. Add a little more water, and simmer.
|The rest of the beans are waiting for a quick stir fry without the hot spice of the other dish. This will be
the side dish for the kids, and they can’t handle the heat like my hubby and I can.
|I added some rosemary garlic seasoning to the 2 other pieces, and am now ready to cook those.|
|My MAHI MAHI FISH FRY is ready!|
|Looks good doesn’t it? This is enough to serve 4 people easily.|
|Adding about 1/4 can of coconut milk to my fish curry. Do not have a high flame for this, low heat, and just
another minute or two. Does not need to cook much longer. Add a heaping handful of chopped cilantro.
|Look at that! Yummy!!!!|
|MAHI MAHI FISH CURRY|
|Quickly cook the other 2 pieces. I choose to add a tsp of oil and cooked them for
a couple minutes on both side, until firm and flaky. Not too long, you want it to be juicy still.
|That other piece of fish, got chopped up for my last dish. A yummy fish salad.
I added that finely chopped onion, AND
|Ta Da Yet another meal. Everyone really loved this one!
MAHI MAHI TUNA SALAD