Quick and simple mild fish curry

I was racing back in a cab from a meeting to pick up the little man from school. By the time we got home it would be 6.30pm. I had bought flat head fish that day with the intention of making my fish fingers but getting all of that organised was going to mean we wouldn’t be eating until 7.30. So, something needed to be done, plus I craved something exotic tasting, plus it had to be mild for the little man.

This is what happened. It may look like lots of ingredients = lots of time, but trust me when I say, it was a really quick whack in situation. If you don’t have ginger or fresh garlic or one of the spices, it honestly won’t matter too much. Just adapt. I hope you enjoy it!

It’s super tasty. It’s mild enough for kids. If they’re super fussy about the flavours, just use the whole can of coconut milk to make it even milder.

Real Food. Happy Bodies.

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Quick and Simple Mild Fish Curry

Cook Time15 mins
Total Time15 mins
Servings: 4



  • Fry your fats on medium heat
  • Add the whiter chopped halves of the spring onions / scallions, the fennel seeds, curry powder, coriander seed and ginger and fry for a minute or two
  • Salt the fish and then add it to the pan with the garlic scattered. Turn it over after 1-2 minutes.
  • Add 1.5 cups of the coconut milk and scatter almost all the green chopped spring onion / scallion in too.
  • Bring to a simmer for 8-9 minutes until fillets are able to be flaked apart (just test with one rather than breaking them all up)
  • You’re done. Yes. This is an ACTUAL 15 minute meal.
  • Then serve over a bed of whatever you like - cauli rice, zoodles, rice noodles, rice and zucchini (I had 2 cups of cooked red rice in the fridge so I grated two medium zucchinis and tossed the grated zucchini through the rice as I warmed it back up in a pot with 1/4 cup of coconut milk to avoid sticking. This is a favourite way of saying "you can have your carbs and I can have my veggies. We all win!") and garnish with fresh spring onion green bits you have left or coriander which I had none of but I'm sure would taste gorgeous.
Quick Mild Fish CurryEnjoy and when you make it I’d love to see – tag #lowtoxlife and @lowtoxlife on instagram or twitter.

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