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Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Pan-fry Curry Fish Fillet

Pan Fried Curry Grouper Fillet, thawed from frozen.
Photo Updated 2014

This is the way I cook fish fillet thawed from frozen. Grouper, cod or snapper fillet.... No fancy ingredients to marinate the fillet. Just 2 seasonings, no more fishy smell in the fish. :)


Grouper fillet or any fish fillet


Garlic Salt

Curry Powder

Cooking Oil 

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1. Wash and dry the fillet with kitchen towel.

2. Rub some garlic salt and oil all over the fillet. 

3. Heat oil in a skillet, place the fillet 'skin side down' and cook about 2-3 minutes until the skin is crispy. 

4. Sprinkle some curry powder. Flip the fillet and continue to cook until the fillet is cook through. Serve warm with steamed rice.

Note: If you have time to marinate the fillet, rub curry powder together with garlic salt, let it sit in the fridge. When it's ready to cook, heat oil in a skillet and pan fry. 

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Pan Fried Curry Salmon
Photo updated April 2015 

Pan Fried Curry Grouper, using fresh fillet.  
I packed this for my son to eat during school recess.

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