A modern take on Indian-style fish and chips, this one-pot curry is spicy, saucy and every bit as tasty as its namesake. Feel free to throw some green peas into the mix and serve with a green salad for some respite from the heat.
The delicious, rich Cambodian dip called prahok ktis is served with fresh crispy vegetables and makes a great introduction to the use of the Cambodian fermented fish called prahok and the curry paste called kroeung in authentic Khmer cuisine.
This Indonesian fish curry is really delicious. With this recipe be sure to cook out the spice paste well so that all flavours intensify. Don't stir it too much once it is cooked because the fish can really break up.