Thanks to the folks at Youngs Seafood we have a plethora of fish in our freezer. I’ve always wanted to try a fish curry so this was the perfect opportunity. It was really easy to make and hubby loved it.
Prep Time 10 min
Cooking time 3 hours
- 250g broccoli cut into bite sized pieces
- 125 g French Beans trimmed, and cut into 5cm pieces
- 1 green chilli, de-seeded and finally chopped
- 250 g Youngs (Frozen) Easy Cook Smoked Fish Fillet Chunks*
- 1 tin of coconut milk
- 2 TBSP of Thai Green Curry Paste
- Salt and pepper
- Fresh Coriander to garnish
- Boil the broccoli and beans for 3 minutes, drain and put in the slow cooker with the fish and chilli.
- Add the coconut milk, curry paste and season with a bit of salt and pepper. Mix well. Cook for 30 minutes on high and then reduce to low for 2.5 more hours.
- Garnish with coriander and serve with Jasmine Rice and Chapattis.
*alternatively you could use fresh white fish but reduce the cooking time to 1.5 hours on low.
Disclosure: This post is part of the Fish is the Dish Campaign to encourage families to eat more fish from sustainable sources.
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One thought on “Slow Cooker Thai Green Fish Curry”
wow that sounds super easy to make, may have to try it, bored with what i eat maybe next year i should try more new stuff