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Tanzanian Curried Fish Recipe

Tanzanian Curried Fish Recipe
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Tanzanian Curried Fish Recipe


Tanzanian Curried Fish Recipe

Tanzanian Curried Fish Recipe

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Tanzanian Curried Fish Recipe
Tanzanian curried fish recipe is a simple African food recipe to make for a weeknight dinner. Tanzanian curried fish recipe is the favorite fish curry dish of coastal Tanzania, the addition of coconut milk adds a sweet savory taste dimension to this dish.

Tanzanian Curried Fish Recipe

Serves 4
African food

Ingredients
Tanzanian Curried Fish Recipe
Tanzanian Curried Fish Recipe
2 fresh white fish fillets or catfish
2 tablespoons good quality curry powder
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1 onion, chopped finely
2 tablespoons of butter
1/2 teaspoon paprika
1/2 tablespoon cumin
1 cup coconut milk

Directions
In a large saucepan brown over medium, heat the butter, curry, onions, garlic, cumin and paprika. Add remaining ingredients, cover tightly, and simmer 15 minutes. Serve with vegetables or white rice. Traditionally curried fish in Tanzania is served with Ugali. 

Did you know?

Throughout Africa the addition to most meals is stiff porridge made from ground cereals, yam or cassava root boiled with water or milk. In South Africa, stiff porridge is known as Pap or Mielie, Ugali in Tanzania, Sadza in Zimbabwe, Nsima in Malawi the name changes with region and language, but is usually translated as porridge.


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