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Thursday, 6 October 2011
Delicious Coconut and Fish Curry
Firstly i cooked 2 onions and a few spring onions in a little sunflower and coconut oil, then added chopped peppers and courgettes. I cooked these for 5 minutes and then added a tin of coconut milk, 1 tbsp korma (patak) paste, a large piece of ginger (chopped) and 1 crushed garlic clove. Tonnes of spices too-turmeric, coriander, curry powder, cardamon pod, garam masala, 2/3 kaffir lime leaves (or bay leaves) and salt and pepper. Finally I added white fish when the vegetables were almost cooked. Sprinkled the dish with fresh coriander and ate it on a bed of couscous.
Posted by Olivia Huntingford