Saturday, April 19, 2014

Coconut Curry Fish

Spicy food is enjoyed all over the world because spices add an incredible amount of flavour to what you eat. Adding spices to your meal can provide health benefit. This include weight loss, improve blood circulation, improved digestion, mood swing and prevent cancer.

 Hot and spicy food are stimulants. They stimulate your circulation and raise your body temperature.

Coconut curry fish



If you like your curry with a kick, add 1/2 tbsp dried chilli paste.

For those who can't take spicy food, this fish curry will not burn your mouth. 


Wash and pat dry the fish, marinate with salt and pepper. Steam for 5 mins, discard the water and add the fish to the curry gravy and let it boil for 2 to 3 mins.

Spices will have better flavor and a longer shelf life if you buy them whole as berries, seeds or quills. Best to lightly toast the spice and grind it just before using them.

When baking, follow the direction. When cooking, follow by your own taste. You can garnish the curry fish with some chopped spring onion.

Hot pepper chilli does not contain calories, it increase your metabolic rate. If you add more to your cooking, you will jump about and burn off more calories.


Cook, serve and eat.....with the capacity to enjoy.
To capture the mood of love,
To savor communication,
To enjoy with your loved ones.

The often-quoted theory of cooking fish for 10 minutes per inch of thickness may be a good guideline, but in reality 8 minutes is a better time frame. Fish will continue to cook for a minute or two off the heat. Be sure to stop cooking when the fish is just shy of done; otherwise, it will overcook by the time you serve it.

What to do when the fire is too hot for the little mouth?
Milk, yogurt, ice cream and peanut butter are the best to cool down burning sensation.

This curry will not burn and numb your mouth, so you can eat more... preferably add more fragrant rice.

Don't waste, best to mop up the rich creamy curry gravy with bread.

Fiery hot curry might make you feel like the top of your head is about to explode.

Is there anything better than spicy food?

After a satisfying curry meal, let's see what's for dessert .....
Today I cook dinosaur eggs. Oppss...dinosaur extinct already, can't find.


Sesame balls is also named Jin Deui. This Chinese fried pastry is made from glutinous rice flour. The pastry is filled with mung bean paste and coat the outside with sesame seeds. The pastry is crisp on the outside and chewy inside.

The origin of Jin Deui can be traced back to Tang Dynasty as a palace food in Chang'an. This food item was recalled in a poem by the Tang poet Wang FanZhi. With the Southward migration was brought along and hence became part of Southern Chinese cuisine.

Sesame Balls
Pastry Ingredients
5 oz glutinous rice flour
1 tbsp rice flour
70 mls water
1/2 cup sugar
100 gm orange sweet potato
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tbsp oil

1/  Boil the sweet potato until soft. Peel off the skin and mash with a fork.
2/  Boil the water and sugar. Add the sweet potato and mix well. Smash the mixture thru a strainer.
3/  Add the rice flour, glutinous rice flour, baking powder, salt, vanilla and oil. Knead the dough till smooth. ( About 10 mins )
4/  Cover the dough with damp kitchen towel for 20 mins.

5/  Divide the dough into 12 to 14 balls. Flatten the dough and wrap with filling, seal tight to prevent explosion.

6/  Roll the sweet potato balls with sesame seed.
7/  Heat up the oil in the wok. ( Enough oil to cover the sesame balls.)
8/  Deep fry the sesame balls using low medium heat until golden colour.
9/  Drain on kitchen towel to absorb the excess oil.
  

Mung Bean Filling Ingredients.
3/4 cup mung bean
1 1/2 cup water
1/2  cup sugar
1 cup grated coconut
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1/8 tsp salt
1 to 2 tbsp flour

1/  Rinse the mung bean several times and soak for 2 hours.
2/  Boil the mung bean with water until mushy. Keep an eyes and stir occasionally to prevent burn. Top up with water if it evaporate.
3/  When the mung bean is very soft and mushy, add sugar, salt and grated coconut. Cook till slightly thicken, add vanilla extract and 1 tbsp flour, mix well. If the mung bean filling is too soft add another 1 tbsp of flour.
4/  Leave to cool, roll into round balls.
 
The pastry didn't puffed cos too much filling and I made the pastry a bit too thick.


Have a wonderful week ahead. Cheers.

120 comments:

  1. Wow, what yumm dishes Amelia !
    You are a great cook !
    This fish curry is exactly the same we make here in Kerala, South India. I have noticed many similarities between Malaysia and India. Cooking is one of them and the other is good people :)
    I always check my blog follow for your new posts, finding one makes me feel good. Your posts are a pleasure to read unlike many other culinary blogs that describe dryly the method of preparation and that is what I feel you have many male readers interested in reading a culinary blog.
    Sprinkled with humor you present your posts beautifully:)
    Cheers Amelia:)

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    1. Hi Rajiv, thank you for your kind words and compliments. I'd fun with my posting, it's great to know that you enjoyed them. Unfortunately, I'm unable to update so often cos too time consuming for me. To prepare one posting take me at least 2 to 3 days, reply comments and return visit... more busy than my office work.

      We Malaysian take lots of Indian foods too and there are quite a number of Indian restaurant around. So our cooking also kind of combination of Chinese, Indian and Malay style cooking.
      Thanks for your visit, appreciate it..

      Have a great weekend, regards.

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    2. Thank you :)
      Enjoy your weekend ! Happy to hear that there are plenty of eateries serving Indian cuisine over there ! Cool :)

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    3. Hi Rajiv, thank you for dropping by again.

      Have a nice day ahead,regards.

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    4. Welcome Amelia !
      Have an awesome week ahead :)

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  2. Thank you so much for putting the Beatles song on, what a lovely surprise! Funnily enough I was going to make fish curry this weekend :-) Have a good one.

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    1. Hi Chai, thank you. That's very kind of you. Glad that you enjoyed the Beatles song.
      Happy cooking, looking forward to see your fish curry. :)

      Have a nice weekend, regards.

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  3. I love spicy!!! I would be happy to mop the curry gravy with bread. The fish curry looks delish.
    The dinosaur eggs sound good too. I think I will try them.
    Have a beautiful weekend. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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    1. Hi Catherine, thank you. That's so sweet of you, I appreciate it very much. Yes, the curry and dinosaur eggs take good, I'm sure you will love it.

      Happy cooking. Have a lovely weekend, regards. God Bless.

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  4. Fish curry looks good and those sesame balls are a great way to end the meal on a sweet note! Happy weekend!

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    1. Hi Lite Home Bake, thank you for your kind words and compliments.

      Have a wonderful weekend, regards.

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  5. yay!!! it's coconut milk fish curry, yummy and delicious, I usually prepare fish curry with ground coconut, at times I use coconut milk. loved your sesame balls. would love to have your sesame balls with green bean filling as I am not fond of sweet potato

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    1. Hi Jeya, thank you. That's very kind of you, I appreciate it very much. I love fish curry, anytime and not tired of eating it often. The sesame balls is delightful I'm sure you will love it. Happy cooking.

      Have a nice weekend,regards.

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  6. The curry: woooowww!!! oozing with those Asian flavors. And the sesame balls; one of my all time fav.

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    1. Hi Nava, thank you. That's so sweet of you. I appreciate it very much. Yes, the sesame balls is addictive, great for teatime.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  7. What an interesting pot Amelia. Can't wait to make the sesame balls...love the curry too. Your words make me smile...the chilli picture's too good!!
    Have a great weekend, Amelia!

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    1. Hi Kanak, thank you for your kind words and compliments. I'd fun with my posting, it's great to know that you enjoyed them.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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    1. Hi YM, thank you for your compliments.

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  9. Always a delight stopping by your incredible blog Amelia:) There is no other blog like it:) I have got to try your sesame balls (all the recipes) and chicks are so cute:) Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines PS: I always love your music choices~

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    1. Hi Lynn, thank you for your kind words and compliments. I'd fun with my posting, glad to know that you enjoyed them. I appreciate it very much. Yes, the sesame balls is delicious, very addictive too.

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  10. I'm sure your curry is fiery tempting! I love your humor and creative presentation of your blog!

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    1. Hi Jenn, thank you. That's so sweet of you, glad to know that you enjoyed my blog. I appreciate it very much.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  11. the fish curry looks so similar to how we make ours... so yum... the sesame balls also look really good...

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    1. Hi Rafeeda, thank you for your kind words and compliments. I love any kind of curry too, and we Malaysian also take a lot of Indian food. The sesame ball is addictive, I'm sure you will like it.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  12. Love both curry fish and sesame balls...and last, not the least, your sense of humour.

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    1. Hi Angie, thank you. That's so sweet of you. Glad to know that you enjoyed my humour, I appreciate it very much.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  13. Super yummy curry...looks very tempting...

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    1. Hi Gloria, thank you for your compliments.

      Have a great week ahead,regards.

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    1. Hi Skyline, thank you for your compliment and following my blog.

      Have a great week ahead,regards.

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  15. Hi Amelia,
    Curry & Chllies I cannot live without them.prefer to tamper the curry with a little tamarind.Since the curry is thick I would let it 'cure' about 1/2 days before licking it with toast and roti pratha/chanai.I'd be sipping coffee with the sesame balls.Its starting to rain now.You stay beautiful.bye for now.
    Fr.Jacko

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    1. Hi Jacko, thank you for your kind words and compliments. There are many way to cook curry, Malay, Indian, Chinese or western and to each they got their own unique flavor. I do use tamarind too but it depend on what style. :))

      Have a great week ahead,regards.

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  16. Your curry is simply mouth watering! And I love those sesame coated balls filled with bean paste.

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    1. Hi Mich, thank you. That's very kind of you. Glad to know that you love sesame balls too, it can be quite addictive. :))

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  17. I really like curry, so I'll be interested to try your coconut curry fist recipe. The desert sounds very delicious as well.

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    1. Hi George, thank you. That's very kind of you. Glad to know that you like curry, happy cooking.

      Have a great week ahead,regards.

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  18. Hi Amelia! Your page never fails to make me smile! Your posts are always so entertaining, and I can tell you put a lot of thoughts in your posts! I love that smoking chilli pictures and of course would love to have a bowl of spicy fish curry! Thanks for sharing! <3

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    1. Hi Shar, thank you. That's so sweet of you, I appreciate it very much. I'd fun with my posting, it's great to know that you enjoyed them. Yes, usually took me 2 to 3 days to prepared my posting and need to do some homework to what to write. :)) Happy cooking.

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  19. HI Amelia!
    There are so many things to love about your post. That first chile picture is amazing! However, I am so intrigued by the Coconut Curry Fish and those cute recipe note cards you created. So cute:)

    I just love spicy food! Unfortunately, Marion does not. She says because she is older it hurts her tummy and her mouth, lol...It's okay though, I'll just have to try it for myself OR come to your house for dinner! (may as well add breakfast lunch and dessert while I'm there:) The Sesame Balls are the icing on the cake. I've never had them with mung bean filling. I have a feeling they taste quite yummy:)

    You have done another excellent post, bringing us in, sitting us down and sharing your food. I so appreciate each moment you spend preparing your meals for us Amelia. Thank you so much for sharing...

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    1. Hi Louise, thank you, you're so sweet with your compliments. I appreciate it very much. Your words certainly give me more inspiration and motivation. Always love to see you drop by. Glad to know that you enjoyed my postings.

      I sure very happy to invite you for a good meal. If you're here I will cook for you breakfast,lunch, teatime, dinner and supper. Make sure that you have a satisfying meal. You're always welcome, my dear.

      The sesame balls is a very addictive snacks. The mung bean filling is excellent, off course it taste good with peanuts or coconut too. I'll post another version next time.

      Have a lovely weekend, regards. Thank you again for your lovely words. :))

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    2. :) I would love to come visit one day Amelia...you just never know:) Thank YOU!!!

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    3. Hi Louise, yes, hopefully we get the chance to meet. I'll be happy to cook for you. :))

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  20. Hellooo Sis Amelia..long time i haven't been blog walking to your beautiful pondok. Love your Coconut curry fish..and the way your presented your dishes..so beautiful, makes ne drooling already hahaha..

    Nanti poskan some of those super delicious fish curry ya dear...hahahha...

    have a wonderful day ahead sis...muaaaahhhhsss...

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    1. Hi Azwa, how you doing? Glad to see you again. Thank you for your kind words and sweet compliments. Yes, this fish curry is very lemak and will not burn your tongue. The taste is very addictive and susah not to tambah nasi 2 pinggan. LOL
      Nanti I fedex to you. :))

      Have a lovely weekend, regards.

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  21. Amelia , I agree with you , most dishes need spices ! A good lashing of chilli will easily transform a ho-hum dish to awesome lol Love your fish curry , it certainly looks pretty mouthwatering and those sesame balls are a great after dinner treats !

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    1. Hi Anne, thank you. That's so sweet of you. I appreciate it very much. Agree with you....chilli can enhance a lots of great dishes. Yes, this fish curry and sesame balls are really awesome and finger licking good.

      Have a wonderful weekend, regards.

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  22. I agree that 8 minutes is better than the 10 minute guideline -- works so much better. What terrific recipes! And such a fun post. Really good stuff -- thanks so much.

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    1. Hi John, thank you for your kind words and compliments. Yes, overcook fish taste rubbery .. best to time it exactly so that the fish will be soft and tender.

      Have a great weekend, regards.

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  23. Hi Amelia! Wah, this coconut curry fish of yours calls for two plates of rice! Tambah kuah until the nasi banjir hah...hah....And after that can cuci mulut with the nice sesame balls. That's what I call a great lunch or dinner!

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    1. Hi Phong Hong, thank you for your kind words and compliments. Yes, this curry fish is really good not overly spicy but very flavorful. The gravy is really good, don't waste it... I mopped it clean with bread. LOL

      Have a nice weekend, regards.

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  24. What a great combination of flavors that curry is. Loving that it's not overly hot so that everyone can actually enjoy it.
    And those little buns look killer. Great job Amelia!

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    1. Hi Mike, thank you. That's very kind of you, I appreciate it very much. This curry is awesome not overly spicy but very flavorful. The sesame balls is a very addictive snacks.

      Have a great weekend, regards.

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  25. Hi Amelia, your Coconut Curry Fish is absolutely divine! Such a creative and super delicious way you made it, love the color, and the beautiful creamy texture. I don't mind the spice...for me it could be really spicy! The yummy sesame balls are superb, as well! Love the cute little chickies that you have made previously; you have such a talent for cute little design things. Also, the recipe card is very clever...you have such a creative style in everything you do. Your blog has come a long way, my dear friend...it looks amazing with all the pretty photos you have been posting...and no (dates) on the bottom of the photos which you eliminated...awesome!!!
    I have been out of touch for the last week...glad to be back again, and the first thing I did was visit you blog after finally posting! Big hugs, and wishing you a wonderful week ahead!

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    1. Hi my dear Elisabeth, thank you. That compliments just made my day and really cheered me up. I really appreciate it very much. Your words always give me more inspiration and motivation. Thank you for your constant support, always love to see you drop by.

      Yes, this fish curry is really awesome, not overly spicy but very flavorful. You can add more chilli if you want it spicy. The sesame balls is a very addictive snacks.

      I'd fun with my postings, glad to know that you enjoyed them. Have a lovely weekend, With lots of love and hugs to you. Regards.

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  26. My dear Amelia, you know what?????????????? That day when hubby saw your recipe on Facebook, he asked me to cook for him! So fast wor... This fish coconut curry is extremely fingers licking... will cook this one day and will definitely makan dengan tangan! Not only that, besides tambah nasi, need to buy extra roti too to sapu bersih bersih all the gravy... Not a drop to be wasted!

    Sesame balls, my girls favourite!!!! Yours look so irresistible and lupa MIL's name too! hahaha... Will try this too and need your permission, may I copy your recipes?????? Pleaseeeeeeeeeeee..... Thanks so much for sharing, dear! Lots of muaks and hugs :)

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    1. Hi my dear Ivy, thank you. That mean a lots to me, I appreciate it very much.
      Your hubby sure fast, huh! So when you want to cook this curry for him? Yes, this curry is really awesome, not overly spicy but very flavorful. You definitely need extra rice and bread for this curry.

      Go ahead to copy the recipe, this sesame balls is also very addictive. Don't eat too much, wait you forget your hubby name too. :))

      Have a lovely weekend, lots of love and hugs to you.

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    1. HI Lola, thank you for your compliments.

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  28. Oh, all these beautiful spices, Amelia . A true pleasure to look at them and I imagine even better to taste them.
    I'm so going to prepare your fish curry, it's so tempting.
    The little fish jumping from the screen - looking for Nemo ? :)
    A big hug to you my friend and have a great weekend!

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    1. Hi Daniela, thank you for your kind words and compliments. I'm sure you will love this fish curry, it's really delicious and very flavorful.

      Hahaha... guess the little fish looking for his friend, Nemo. :))
      Have a lovely weekend, regards. With lots of love and hugs to you.

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  29. Amelia, wonderful fish recipe. We have similar fish curry often, here in Mumbai. I loved those dinosaur eggs!!

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    1. Hi Purabi, thank you for your kind words and compliments. This fish curry is rich and creamy, very appetizing. the dinosaur eggs is a very addictive snacks.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  30. Hello Amelia, Holy Smoke! I sure love that curry and sesame delights. You the kind of neighbour I would love to have...will bribe you with durians or mangos and hope get a dinner invitation, ha ha ha.
    That curry fish looks simply delicious....and a sure bet of 3 plates of rice doing a David Copperfield disappearance. I can practically get the lovely spicy scent from where I am...what with your always exceptional photography.

    If you owner of a restaurant, with your vast array of recipes, the que will stretch round the block, ha ha ha.
    Once again only one word to describe your this culinary skills, outstanding!
    You keep a song in your heart.
    Lee.

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    1. Hi Lee, thank you for your lovely compliments. You always think so highly of me, I appreciated it very much. :))

      No need bride me with durian, for you no problem anytime you're welcome to my house for makan. I cook all your favorite dishes and desserts too.
      Yes, this curry fish is excellent, very rich and creamy. I didn't waste the gravy too... polished off till the last drop. LOL

      Thank you again for your generous compliments and sweet words. Glad that you enjoyed my postings.
      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  31. Hola Amelia¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡ ya estoy por aqui otra vez perdona por la tardanza, pero he estado un poco liada y no he podido estar mucho en conctato pero ya estoy por aqui para deleitarme con sus platos, y te doy toda la razon que los platos necesita sus especias, yo les envidio porque en su pais tienen muchas pero en el mio ahora empiezan a traer mas y vamos probando de todas gracias por estas recetas tan increible un saludo y que tenga una buena semana

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    1. Hi Conchibs, thank you. That's very sweet of you, I appreciate it very much. It's ok, if you drop by late, I understand your situation. Always glad to see you drop by.

      I's fun with my posting, it's great to know that you enjoyed them.
      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  32. Your coconut curry fish sounds delicious and look absolutely mouth watering...love the sauce and yes, delicious over a bowl of rice. The sesame balls are my husband favorite when we go dim sum...and I yet have to make them, thanks for the recipe Amelia.
    Hope you are having a wonderful week :D

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    1. Hi Juliana, thank you for your kind words and compliments. Yes, this creamy fish curry is very appetizing especially the gravy. Best to polish the gravy with extra rice or bread. I'm sure you'll love it.
      You're welcome, glad to know that you enjoyed them.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  33. I like spicy foods, but unfortunately, I can't really take spice very well :( But I love coconut and fish- this sounds so yummy! And your sesame balls look so perfect! Just like the ones from restaurants!

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    1. Hi Von, thank you. That's very kind of you. Don't worry, this curry is not spicy, very light only. More of rich and creamy kind. The fragrant scent from allspice make this curry smell really wonderful.
      The sesame balls is a very addictive snacks. Thanks again for your lovely compliments.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  34. oh wow ! this is exactly ho i do the fish for my boys...less spicier than the regular indian version and they like it. Guess what, last week i made this , there was lot of fish extra..and i tuk jus thte meat part, mixed with some mashed potatoes and made into fish cutlets ;) . And that pic of the seseme balls, esp with the chickens (y) (y)..yeaah 1..class....

    keep in touch deary...have a good week ahead.

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    1. Hi Sona, how you doing? Glad to see you again, always love to see you drop by with your lively comments. I appreciate it very much.

      Yes, this curry is not spicy, more of rich and creamy. I'd make this 3 times in 2 weeks. LOL One curry dish and rice settle for dinner, no need to cook other dishes. Thanks for your fish cutlets recipe, will do that if got left over. Glad you enjoyed my chicken pic. :))

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  35. Αγαπημένη μου Amelia,
    Υπάρχουν πολλά blogs μαγειρικής, αλλά ΚΑΝΕΝΑ σαν το δικό σου!
    Οι υπέροχες συνταγές σου, το χιούμορ σου, οι εξαιρετικές φωτογραφίες σου, το κάνουν μοναδικό!!!!!!!
    Υπέροχο το ψάρι με το τσίλι! Κάθε μέρα τρώω καυτερή πιπεριά, την λατρεύω!
    Πολλά φιλιά και καλό μήνα!

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    1. Hi my dear Magda, thank you so much for your lovely compliments. You always think so highly of me, I appreciate it very much. Your encouraging words certainly give me more motivation and encouragement. Always glad to see you drop by.
      Since you like spicy food, I'm sure you will love this fish curry. Glad that you enjoyed my postings.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards. Hugs to you.

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  36. I love curries so much! Never had a fish curry before! I sure want to try your recipe!!! It looks too good! Thanks for sharing it with us! :)

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    1. Hi Debbie, thank you. That's so sweet of you. Thanks for dropping by my blog. Glad to know that you enjoyed the curry recipe. Happy cooking.

      Have a great week ahead,regards.

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  37. Don't know why, I'm never a fan of fish. But my hubby will definitely enjoy your fish curry. Well done, Amelia!

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    1. Hi Shirley, thank you for your kind words and compliments. Sorry to read that you don't like fish, not only you.. there are some whom I know don't like fish too cos of the fishy smell.

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  38. Curry is one of my most favorite things, but those sesame sweet potato balls steal the show! They look fantastic!

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    1. Hi Amy, thank you. That's very kind of you, I appreciate it very much. Yes, the sesame balls is a very addictive snack, I'm sure you will like it too.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  39. Oh Amelia, you made such a temptingly delicious fish and sesame ball dinner! Love your creamy... creamy curry sauce and your funny post makes us smile. Have a wonderful week :)

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    1. Hi Judit & Corina, thank you for your kind words and sweet compliments. I'd fun with my posting, it's great to know that both of you enjoyed it. Yes, this fish curry is awesome, this recipe is a keeper.
      Happy cooking.

      Have a lovely week to both of you, regards.

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  40. Hi there my friend....

    Wah so sedaplah red snapper masak kari. But I want the isi part... the ekor tak mau eh. Tak banyak isi. Hehehe...

    After the fiery hot fish curry, makan dessert pulak. And oh... if not much to ask, I nak apple asam boi with ice ye... hihihi... thank you sweet hostess...

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    1. Hi my dear, how you doing? Lama MIA, huh! :))
      Thank you, that's so sweet of you. I appreciate it very much. Aiyah... asam boi with ice, no problem lah. For you semua boleh, hehehe....

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  41. Hi Amelia, your fish dish looks much simpler than Phong Hong's mutton curry….but looks just as good! Drooling over so many curry dishes, I am so tempted to eat some! haha! still not tempted to try yet, cos lazy laa!

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    1. Hi Jeannie, thank you for your kind words and compliments. Yes, this curry is simple to cook and can be ready in less than 30 mins.

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  42. Dearest Pretty Amelia. Thanks for sharing luv the curry flavor . Outstanding great with rice, capati, roti semua bolih. I like the rich creamy flavor of the curry. The dessert pun sedap sekali again you have done an outstanding awesome and top class in your presentation not only that but very tasty resepi. Keep it up, you are my choice for MASTERCHEF of all time. God Bless and stay beautiful regards .... Uncle AL

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    1. Hi Uncle AL, how you doing? So glad to see you drop by again. Thank you for your sweet compliments, I appreciate it very much. Your words always give me more encouragement and inspiration. :))

      Yes, this creamy curry is excellent, can eat with rice or any kind of roti. The gravy is extremely good. Thanks again for thinking so highly of me.

      Have a great week ahead,regards.

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  43. Hi lovely Amelia! Thanks so much for your HUGE compliment! I will be stopping by again, for sure! :)
    Hugs, Debbie

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    1. Hi Debbie, thank you for dropping by again. Really nice to meet you. :))
      Have a lovely day,regards.
      Amelia

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  44. Hello Amelia!!! We like your fish recipe (we love curry too)...
    Your post, lovely as usual :))
    Regards

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    1. Hi Laurel y Menta, thank you for you kind words and lovely compliments. Glad to know that both of you love curry.

      Have a nice day ahead,regards.
      Amelia

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  45. Hello there,

    We would like to add your blog to the Top Food Blog list in www.mytaste.com/ . Your blog is impressively BEAUTIFUL and it deserves to be included on the Top list!! Great recipes!! We will feature your blog and we will make a lot of shout out about your recipes on our fan pages so that people and our 3million users worldwide will be able to check it on our site.

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    Here where you can add your blog to the top list http://www.mytaste.com/add-your-food-blog

    EXPOSE YOUR BLOG!!!The World deserves to know how great a cook you are.

    Kind regards
    -Ricky

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    1. Hi Ricky, thank you for your invitation to my taste. Will drop by to check it out soon.
      Thanks you very much for your kind words and sweet compliments. Really appreciate it very much.

      Have a great day ahead,regards.
      Amelia

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  46. More fish curry recipes? My hubby will enjoy this. Looks really rich & creamy, dear!

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    1. Hi Shirley, thank for dropping by again with your sweet compliments. Will try to share more fish curry in the future. :))

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  47. Yuhuuu...My lovely sis..

    How are you...so sory lama x singgah...you masuk tibi 1st april pun x sempat tengok..uhuk2
    lepas tuka keja..ya ammpunnnzzz so bz la yangg...nak hapdet blog sniri pun susah..apa lagi singgah pondok2 lain..misss you so muchhhh!

    OMG..sesame ball tu my fe-be-ret....but I don't know how to make..thanks for sharing..I dah copy paste in to my list...will try find a time to do. OMG..so many list waiting haisshhh...wish your house nearby my house then I can always bawak mangkok tingkat or order my fe-be-ret food to you...kannn...

    ok dear...take care...luv you sokmo...hug you ketat...kiss you sendat2..muahhh!

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  48. Dear Amelia, Stopping by to say hello and I hope your Mother's Day was beautiful. Blessings, Catherine

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    1. Hi my dear Catherine, happy Mother's day to you. Thank you for your kind wishes. God blessed you and all at home. Hugs.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  49. Olá querida Amelia,
    que coincidência. Estamos falando sobre o mesmo assunto em nosso blog. A pimenta. Estou plantando e amando pimenta. Adorei sua dicas. Esse peixe está maravilhoso e vou fazer o bolinho. Interessante ver que temos os mesmo gostos.
    Bjos tenha uma ótima semana.

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    1. Hi Anaja, thank you for your kind words and sweet compliments. It's great to know that we do share the same kind of food we love. Yes, I love to drop by your blog too, you always share excellent photos and love your garden and interior decoration.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  50. I love how you always present with such a great sense of humour! And great photos!

    I'm afraid that my digestive tract doesn't react well to spicy food (maybe in another life ?) but you've certainly made it look appetizing.

    I hope all is well with you. Have a wonderful week Amelia!

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    1. Hi Rick, thank you. That's very kind of you. I appreciate it very much. I'd fun with my posting, it's great to know that you enjoyed them. Thanks for thinking so highly of me re my photography. I do pick up some skill from you blog too. :))

      Sorry to read that you can't take spicy food. Maybe more chocolate and dessert for you? :))
      Have a great week ahead,regards.

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  51. Very beautiful photos! Best wishes from Brazil: Geraldo

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    1. Hi Geraldo, thank you for dropping by with your kind compliments. Really appreciate it very much.

      Have a great week ahead,regards.

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  52. Hi Amelia, it was nice to see your comment. How are you? This is such a coincidence, I just saw coconut fish curry on my other friend, Amelia's blog, who I visited after a long time. Those sesame balls are gluten free, I will try these.

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    1. Hi Balvinder, thank you for your kind words and compliments. I'm fine, thanks for your concern, it's good to see you again. The sesame balls is a very addictive snacks, I'm sure you'll like it. Happy cooking.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  53. Hi Amelia, Wow! Banyak sedap mann your coconut fish curry! Making me drool & wish I can have some now with frangrant rice as well . I LOVE Jin Deui too . Will make soon with your recipe Thanks for sharing , leng lui! HUGS babe & have a nice day ;)

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    1. Hi kit, thank you. You're always so sweet, I appreciate it very much. Both the recipes is a keeper, I'm sure you'll love it. The Jin Deui is a very addictive snacks, it's great to know that you love it too. Sos me when it's ready, I drop by. LOL

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards. Hugs to you.

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  54. Hi dear Amelia,
    Kit is so sweet to call you Leng Lui!

    That is a fabulous pot of fish curry.
    I can simply have 2 plates of steam rice with your pot of fish curry.
    Jien Dui is also one of my favorite too.
    Thanks for sharing these lovely recipes.

    mui



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    1. Hi Mui Mui, thank you. That's very sweet of you. I appreciate it very much. LOL... Kit is pulling my legs, she is much younger than me and she look gorgeous.

      This curry fish is awesome and not overly spicy, I'm sure you'll love it. Me too, love the sesame balls.
      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  55. Hola Amelia, me encanta su post nos cuenta tantas cosas en ellos que se lo agradecemos mucho, yo no sabia que con el banbu se pudiera hacer tanta cosas gracias a usted ya se mas cosas yo suelo usarlo en las ensaladas, muchas gracias y por todos esos platos que nos pones!!!!! con su permiso me cojo un poco de cada uno porque no se con cual me quedaria se ven delicioso y que decir del curry de coco buaaaaa que bueno tiene que estar, un saludo que tenga una buena semana

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    1. Hi Conchibs, thank you for your kind words and sweet compliments. I appreciate it very much. I'd fun with my posting, it's great to know that you enjoyed my posting and most of the recipes. This curry fish is a keeper, not overly spicy. I'm sure you'll love it.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards. Hugs to you.

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  56. Wow... lovely fish curry i sure try it tomorrow.. and i'll let you know how it is... and also i'll try to send you the photo... have a good day...

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    1. Hi Krishna, thank you for your kind words and compliments. Great to know that you will give this curry a try. Let me know how it turn out or invite me over for lunch. :))

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  57. Hi, My Dear Friend, Amelia! So sorry to almost miss your most beautiful post; but then, all your posts and exotic amazing recipes are so droolworthy delicious! I've been missing for a couple weeks, anyway...so maybe I have caught up with your latest. Just love the bamboo extreme interesting information and I also love those yummy bamboo shoot slices in my stir-fry foods. The prawn recipe with the curry is super delicious, and the moist lemon cake is to 'die for' superb!

    Love all the photos of the bamboo creations, especially that gorgeous bamboo house and furniture!
    Do take care, my dear, and stay in touch! Best regards, and big hugs!

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    1. Hi my dear Elisabeth, thank you for you generous and sweet compliments. Always love to see you drop by, your words certainly give me more encouragement and motivation. I appreciate it very much.

      Both the recipes are keeper. The bamboo shoots cook in curry is really awesome and appetizing, I'm sure you'll love it. Me too, love all the unique bamboo creation.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards. Hugs to you.

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  58. It's true there are so many wonderful things made with bamboo. What a wonderful, fast-growing resource! I loved that movie, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and that beautiful scene on the bamboo!

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    1. Hi Susan, thank you for your kind words and compliments. Wow, it's great to know that you too love the Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon movie. :))

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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