Turmeric Galangal Fish CurryMake on Fresco
This is SO simple. It really takes very little time to be sitting down to the most fragrant and vibrant curry ever. You can sub out the fish for chicken if you wish. Double duty!
TIP: Kaffir lime leaves are quite easy to get these days. They are sometimes referred to as Thai lime leaves or more accurately, though lesser-known, makrut lime leaves. The tree also has very ugly bumpy skinned limes but the leaves are the most common part of the plant to be used in cooking.
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- 50 Grams Galangal peeled and chopped in small pieces
- 50 Grams fresh turmeric
- 6 cloves garlic
- 2 lemongrass stalks, peeled, white part only
- 3 eschalots, peeled
- 40 Grams shrimp paste
- 2 large red chilli
- 50 Grams Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) BUY
- 400 Grams coconut cream Recipe
- 200 Grams chicken liquid stock
- 60 Grams fish sauce
- 50 Grams coconut sugar
- 6 kaffir lime leaves
- 800 Grams white fish fillet, cut into bite sized pieces
- Lime wedges
- Freshly sliced red chilli
- Kaffir lime leaves
- Coriander leaves
Place all the curry paste ingredients into the Thermomix bowl and blend 10 sec/speed 6. Saute 8 min/speed 1/MC off. Blend 30 sec/speed 8. Stop and scrape down sides of bowl as needed.
To make the curry, add the coconut cream, chicken stock, fish sauce, coconut sugar and lime leaves to the Thermomix bowl. Cook 8 min/100°C/speed 1.
Add the fish and cook 2 min/100°C/Reverse/speed 1.
Keep the curry hot and allow the fish to finish cooking in the hot sauce.
Serve with steamed rice and all the garnishes to taste.
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