Sunday, 17 June 2012

Curry Fish with Mix Vegetables #SundaySupper




Happy Father’s Day to all macho Daddies!
I feel extremely excited as this is my first posting for the #SundaySupper with a Special theme – Perfect #Sunday Supper Father’s Day Menu!
Origin from a country that rich of varieties of cultures from the mix races of Malays, Chinese, Indians, etc - we are always explored to other races signature dishes or menus especially spicy food.  Curry is one of them and become one of my dad’s favorites too!  As the chef at home, my mom always explores her cooking skill with different type of curry.  Curry fish is one of it and remember my Dad used to mix the curry gravy with his white rice.  Even though he has left us when I was 18 but is still fresh in my mind how delicious it when Dad feed me with a spoon of rice mixed with curry gravy when I was as young as 5-years old, my first attempt on spicy curry.   From there onwards, I also have a special “attractions” on curry too!  Thanks to my Dad for discovering me to such a wonderful dish.  I Love You, Pa!
In Malaysia, Fish Head Curry is one of the popular dishes but I prefer to cook with the fish body instead of the head onlyJ.  Red snapper or Malaysian literally name it as “Red Fish” is my choice for this recipe.  To enhance the taste of the fish, I marinate and fry it before I add it into the curry.  Of course, I won’t forget to add in with some assorted vegetables.  I hope you will like it too!
Ingredients

(A)   Seasoning for the fish

600g fish, washed and cleaned
2 tsp salt
2 tsp of squeezed ginger juice
1 tbsp of sesame oil
1 tbsp of corn flour
(Marinate for 15 minutes)

Oil to deep fry fish

(B)       The Curry

2 tbsp of cooking oil
5 onions, chopped finely
5 cloves garlic, chopped finely
2 slices ginger, chopped finely
2 stalks lemon grass, flattened
1 packet of fish curry paste, mixed with 2 bowls of water
20g curry powder (this can be substituted with tumeric powder)
200ml coconut milk
2 medium size brinjal, cut into chunks
6 ladies finger
1 quarter size of cabbage
4 tomatoes – 1 cut into 4 pieces
Some salt to taste


Some of  the ingredients 
Brinjal & Ladies Finger
Directions
  • Deep fry the fish, drain and keep aside.
  • Heat oil, sauté onions, ginger and lemon grass
  • Add in curry powder and toss
  • Add in curry paste mixed with water and coconut milk, let it boil for 1-2 minutes
  • Add in all vegetables and let it simmer in a low heat
  • Lastly, add in the fried fist and cook for another 10 -15 minutes.
  • Once done, add in some salt to your taste.
  • Remove from wok or pot and serve while it’s hot.
Deep-frying


Vegetables were added into the curry


                              Curry Fish with Mix Vegetables are ready

Curry fish goes perfectly with plain white rice. For those who want some transform, you can try it with plain rice noodle, noodle or even spaghetti.


Here is the list of the rest of members from #SundaySupper 
on their menus for Father Day’s


Father’s Day Brunch:

Dad’s Omelette Bar Small Wallet Big Appetite
Peanut Butter and Honey for Father’s Day Breakfast Yummy Smells
Healthy French Toast In the Kitchen with Audrey

Dad’s Favorite Soup, Salads and Bread:
Phil’s Pasta Tuna Salad The Watering Mouth
Simple German Potato Salad and Wiener Wursts German Foodie
Roasted Beet Soup Vintage Kitchen Notes
Dad’s Cornbread Magnolia Days

Father’s Day Favorite Main Dishes:
Dad’s Favorite Roast Beef Mrs. Mama Hen
Sonoran Hot Dogs Damn Delicious
Bacon Stuffed Jucy Lucy Burger Are you Hungry?
Spicy Roasted Salmon in Coconut Sue’s Nutrition Buzz
Dad’s Pride-of-Mobile Fried Oysters Pescetarian Journal
Smoked Baby Back Ribs Girl in the Little Red Kitchen
Grilled Pork Chops with Tarragon Butter Tora’s Real Food
Beef Tongue in Tomato Sauce Basic and Delicious
Bibim naeng myun Kimchi Mom
Chicken Biryani Soni’s Food for Thought
Brown Rice and Black Beans Mama’s Blissful Bites
Bacon Recipes for Dad Momma Cuisine
Roast Beef Roll Ups Daily Dish Recipes

Dad’s Sweet Tooth:
Bread and Butter Pudding Cositas Bonitas
Tin Roof Sundae Ice Cream famfriendsfood
Coconut Cream Pudding Chocolate Moosey
Rich & Fluffy Banana Pudding Parfait The Meltaways
Black Forest Cheesecake Cravings of a Lunatic
Macadamia Nut Cookies Pippi’s in the Kitchen Again
Peach Cobbler Bars Juanita’s Cocina
Iced Cookie Bars That Skinny Girl Can Bake
Pudim Molotoff, Portuguese Meringue Pudding Family Foodie



13 comments:

  1. Delicious sounding recipe. I do love a good fish curry dish.

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  2. Glad that you like it, Renee! I like your cornbread too. Thanks for dropping by:) Have a great Sunday!

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  3. Love this curry!Love all the lovely flavors going into this and can totally imagine the yummy taste!Bookmarked :)

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    1. Thanks so much Soni! It really taste good, till Simon (my husband) finished 3 plates of rice:D. I like your Chicken Briyani too....will try it soon. You have a great day!

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    2. Yeah yeah 3 plates... I want more and is so delicious I never forget the wonderful taste. Thanks for the effort darling.

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  4. I need to serve more curry dishes. We really enjoy fish and I curry. This is one I'm certain hubby will enjoy this for #SundaySupper!

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    1. Thanks Kathy. You are welcome to explore more about curry:)

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  5. Oh wow, this is lovely. Nothing like a good curry. Great addition to Sunday Supper.

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    1. Thanks Kim....look forward to contribute more exciting recipes via Sunday Supper!

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  6. Love this and love love that you used okra !! Will make this sometime. Something quite magical about fish curry !!!

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    1. Thanks Sue! Please let me know if there is place to improve my curry:). Have a great day!

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