The Fish Curry always goes down well in Hector’s House.
A Supermarket Coup saw Hector relieve the local Sainsburys of two Trout for a very modest sum. They looked at me coldly: ‘We want to be cooked in your lovely Creamy Curry-Heute.’ is what their eyes imparted.
It takes no time at all to cook a Fish Curry. Tonight I may sneak in some Methi and see if Marg notices. Fresh Parsley too, there is no fresh Coriander in the House. KRK is overdue a visit.
The full twenty minutes was given to the pulping Onion, Grated Ginger and Garlic.
Salmon Fillets have a definite advantage over Trout – nay Bones! The Bones do give themselves up once cooked so not a problem.
Cream and Methi?
This worked a treat. There was subtle bitterness which balanced perfectly the aromatic sweetness from the Black Cardamoms. Marg took her first taste and balked – too Spicy? She had been caught unawares but found it not as overwhelming as she first thought. This is a recipe that one can follow precisely, or play around with it. The Methi and Fresh Parsley may well make another appearance in Hector’s Cooking.