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Entree, Fluke
Fish Curry Servings: 4
Estimated cooking time: 30 minutes Posted By: quiknet

First off, people either love curry or hate curry.  It's not for everyone.  I absolutley love the stuff.  There are as many recipes as people who make it, but mine is simple and easy, and I think it's great.  First off, take about 1 -1.5 pounds of fillet (any white meat fish will work) and cutit into bite size chunks.  Take a large yellow onion and slice it thinly.  In a large frying pan or wok, melt 4 tbsp of butter over medium heat.  Throw the onins in and sprinkle with a little salt.  Slowly cook the onions until they start to brown.  At this point, add some chopped garlic (to your own taste) and a tbsp of grated fresh ginger.  Continue browning onions until they are nice and carmelized.  Add 3 tbsp of curry powder (sun madras is my favorite).  Make sure you use a curry that you like.  Some are sweet, some are hot, some are something in between.  Add 1 tbsp salt.  Stir the curry into the onions and cook for3-4 minutes .  Shake the can of cocunut milk very well  and add to the curry.  Stir thouroughly and bring up to a simmering boil.  Add the fish and cook until just done (depends on the size you cut the fish pieces into).  Serve over rice (jasmine or basmati are excellent with this dish).  A fresh garden salad and a beer or white wine go well with this meal.

This Recipe was posted on: Feb 27, 2003
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