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30 minute meal alert! The combination of stewed tomatoes and smooth, creamy coconut milk combined with tender, flaky cod will ignite your taste buds! If you've never curried your cod, you're not living your best life!
Then add grape tomatoes and curry powder.
Add veggie stock.
And coconut milk.
Stir to combine, cover and simmer for 10 minutes.
Nestle cod fillet into the curried tomatoes and cover with sauce.
Cover pot and poach fish in the curry cooking liquid for 7-10 minutes or until it flakes easily.
Finish the dish with a squeeze of lime juice and fresh chopped cilantro and dinner is served!
You'll Love This
- If you like curry you are going to LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe. If you like fish, you are also going to be head over heels for this dish! The flavors phenomenal and the cod cooks up perfectly tender and flaky as it infuses with all your favorite curry flavors. If you're mouth isn't watering yet, you should be concerned!
- It's unexpected. I've scoured the internet and have yet to find something quite like this recipe. It's one of my favorites to serve when we have friends over for dinner, because most have never had anything similar and they are always super impressed with it!
- It's SO easy. If you haven't observed the running theme of Midwest Foodie, I feature recipes that are SUPER easy to make. This recipe takes just 5 MINUTES to prep!! On top of that - it all cooks in ONE PAN!
- This dish has so much flavor that you can really keep the accompaniments very simple. I like to serve this curried fish dish with naan and white or brown rice.
- And of course I like to garnish with plenty of fresh chopped cilantro and serve it with a few lime wedges so folks can add acidity to their taste.
- Cod is great in this recipe but any mild white fish will work! Grouper, mahi mahi, pollack, or even tilapia would all work in place of cod.
- Season. Season. Season. And then season some more! This dish is SO simple! And with just 10 ingredients, it's really important to adequately season with salt and pepper to bring out the flavors of the simple ingredient list.
- Trust your gut on the cook time for the fish. The easiest way to tell if fish is cooked through is to test it with a fork. Gently poke the thickest part of the fish with a fork and twist the fork a bit. If the fish flakes easily, it is done! If the fish does not flake easily, give it a little more simmer time.
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