Cheese Fish Curry
|Published||Aug 12, 2008||Cooking Time||15 Minutes|
|Recipe Type||Non Veg-Main||Preparation Time||30 Minutes|
|Ingredient||Standing Time||15 Minutes|
Description: A delicious fish curry, made out of marinated fish and with a thick, cheesy sauce.
Recipe of Cheese Fish Curry
|Green Chillis (optional)||3||Numbers|
|Red Chilli Powder||1||Tablespoons|
|Boneless Fish (Preferably Yellowtail Jack)||1||Numbers|
For this, take a bowl and add yoghurt (1/2 cup or so), tomato pieces (chop each tomato into 8 pieces) and coriander leaves. Add some Garam Masalla and a little red chilli and mix it a little. Chop your fish into bite-sized pieces as well and put it in the bowl. Let it marinate for a little while. Meanwhile, in a frying pan (for which you have a lid), add oil and finely chopped garlic. After you let the garlic gain some colour, add some garlic paste and diced onion. Mix them together and let sit for a bit until the onion starts becoming a little transparent. At this point, add the mixture in the bowl, and add salt on the top. mix thoroughly and add a dash of tumeric (just to make the colour more appetizing). Mix a little more, and add a little shredded cheese. (You can add green chillis here if you so desire). Cover, reduce the heat to medium-low, and let the fish cook properly. Within 10 minutes you should have a thick and tasty fish curry. I use yellow-tailed fish (with white flesh) to make this, but I am sure you can do it with Salmon too if you want. Thank you chef - I know this isn't much of a recipe but I wanted to show my appreciation for your videos. It was hard coming to Japan and not being able to cook, but now my friends all think I'm a first class chef!
I can't stand fish that have that nasty fish smell; if you are like me, get fish with white flesh like Yellowtail Jack. It can't be beat!
Posted Aug 12, 2008