While I’ve been here in the Majorda region of Goa, I’ve been spending an awful lot of time eating the food served at a beach hut called Mishmar’s. Absolutely everything I’ve tried has been delicious, but nothing more than their Goan Fish Curry.
…Finally, after days of asking, I’ve bullied the recipe out of them!
- 50g of coconut flakes
- One or two green chillis (or more! Or less… It’s to your taste)
- A teaspoon of red chilli powder
- A teaspoon and a bit of dried coriander
- 400g of chopped tomatoes
- One onion, chopped
- Two teaspoon of crushed ginger
- One cardamom
- A good slab of King Fish (or whatever fish you prefer)
1. Pop the coconut, green chillis, red chilli powder, crushed coriander and chopped tomatoes in a blender, and blend into a paste.
2. In a sauce pan, brown the onion and ginger together with a little oil. Then add the cardamom and your prepared paste, and stir together on a high heat for 5 minutes, then reduce the heat.
3. In a large frying pan, gently cook your fish. Then increase the heat and through in your sauce from the sauce pan. Toss together for a few minutes.
4. Boom, you’ve done it.