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The smell coming from the oven while this was cooking had me salivating. My expectations were high for this dish! But I found it a little bland....maybe my curry powder wasn't hot enough, although I used the hot curry powder. Next time I may use red curry paste, or add some additional seasonings. But this is a very beautiful dish, and smells wonderful while it is cooking.
Made this fish for my dad on Fathers Day and he liked it a lot. I am not a big fish fan but I tasted and liked it too. Didnt have the Madras curry powder so I used regular curry powder that I had on hand. The tomatoes I had were pretty big so I only used two and cod fillets instead of steaks. The fish flaked apart nicely and had a mild flavor that went well with the heat of the curry powder and vegetables. I used JanuaryBride's How to Roast Garlic for the crushed garlic cloves. Fish and non-fish lovers will enjoy this! Made and reviewed for ZWT 4.
This was a phenomenal recipe! I used regular old curry, not madras, but still turned out great. Also used chicken stock in place of white wine. For fish used fresh small mouth bass caught last weekend! YUM! Baked at 350 degrees F for 45 min. Served with brown rice and some Relax white wine! Thanks, Mandy, for this keeper!
*Reviewed during ZWT4* Great fish. We loved the tomato, lemon and curry together. The tomatoes on top kept the fish beautifully moist and tender. Photo also being posted
Easy and delicious fish recipe! I loved the wine and curry flavours. The bonus is that it's a beautiful dish to look at too, fit for company. I used tilapia fillets and left out the lemon juice, baked for 25 minutes. Lovely recipe. Thank you, Mandy.
This dish is delicious! I had an open bottle of red wine and didn't want to open more wine so I used that. It would probably be even better, if that's possible, with white wine. I wasn't sure where to add the lemon juice and left it out.