If you have access to fresh limes, use them instead of the rice vinegar! If you don’t like cilantro you can leave it out or replace it with fresh mint. I love Mexican food and this is an easy go to side dish for any Mexican meat or dairy meal!
This is my version of fish n’ chips. I was always disappointed with the lack of flavor of typical fish n’ chips and always felt too heavy after. So here is a lighter more fun version that will leave you full but not heavy!
Ok, before you ignore this recipe listen up! Even if you don’t like coconut or curry or anything in this recipe, make it once and you will shock yourself in how incredibly delicious it is. I have made this dish for the pickiest of clients who say they don’t like any of these ingredients but when it is put together it will shock your palate with flavors you didn’t know existed and you didn’t know you have been missing all these years!
The better quality your steak, the more amazing this dish is! Since you are serving the steak with bread, you can get away with buying less!
Tamarind paste is made from the tamarind fruit. It is mostly used in Asian and Middle Eastern cooking to give a slightly sour flavour to dishes. It lasts for years in your fridge. If you don’t want to buy it just add more lime juice and honey instead! You can use any fresh fish for this recipe!