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Made using our Borough Broth Co Sustainably caught wild fish broth

This curry is inspired by the traditional curry from Goa - characterised by it’s hot and sour taste and smooth coconut base. The spices add warmth to the dish and the addition of a well-made fish bone broth packs it full of flavour.

Made using our Borough Broth Co Sustainably caught wild fish broth

This curry is inspired by the traditional curry from Goa - characterised by it’s hot and sour taste and smooth coconut base. The spices add warmth to the dish and the addition of a well-made fish bone broth packs it full of flavour.

  • Serves: 2
  • Prepare: 30 Minutes
  • Cook: 25 Minutes
  • Difficulty: easy

WHO ARE COOMBE FARM ORGANIC?​

We are an organic farm in Somerset producing award-winning pork, beef, lamb and chicken. Farming organically means that we never use chemicals on our fields and rely instead on natural methods that are kinder to nature. Organic farms are home to 30% more species of wildlife and 50% more pollinators as a result.

WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE FISH?​

Working with carefully chosen suppliers, we have focused on providing fish that we are able to keep in stock throughout the year. As with all of our produce, it’s paramount that it’s sustainably sourced. For the management of our marine ecosystems, in order to respect fish levels and ensure overfishing doesn’t occur. 

Ingredients

  • Borough Broth Co sustainably caught wild fish broth

For The Spice Mix

  • 1 tsp crushed cloves
  • 1 tbsp coriander seeds
  • 1 tsp cumin seeds
  • 1/2 tsp mustard seeds
  • ½ tsp turmeric
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2-3 garlic cloves, peeled and crushed or garlic powder
  • 3cm fresh ginger, peeled and grated
  • 2 medium-sized sweet potato, chopped into large chunks
  • 3 tbsp olive oil or ghee
  • 2 green chillis or our organic chilli 
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1 large tomato, chopped
  • 400ml tin of coconut milk
  • 1 pouch of Borough Broth co. sustainably caught wild fish broth
  • 400g of a firm fish like pollock or haddock (a mix of both works well), cut into 2cm pieces
  • 10 curry leaves
  • parsley, to garnish
  • flaked almonds, to garnish

Method

  1. Add your spices to a dry pan, over a medium-low heat and toast your spices until  they start to darken and become aromatic. This should take a few minutes, be carefully not to burn the spices. Remove from the heat and grind the spices into a powder, either with a food processor or pestle and mortar
  2. Heat 2 tbsp oil in a large pan over a medium-high heat, then add the chopped onion. Fry for 1-2 minutes until soft, then stir in the sweet potato, spice mix, garlic and ginger. Stir to coat the potato and onion in the spices and cook for 5-10 minutes until the potato has softened. Then stir in the chopped tomato and cook until most of the liquid has evaporated
  3. Mix in the coconut milk and fish broth, add the chillies and bring to the boil. Turn down the heat and let simmer for about 5-10 minutes until the sauce has thickened
  4. Add the seafood and cook for about 5 minutes until the fish is cooked through, stirring occasionally and making sure not to break up the fish
  5. Serve with rice and parsley to garnish. We also like to add some flaked almonds for some crunch
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WHO ARE COOMBE FARM ORGANIC?​

We are an organic farm in Somerset producing award-winning pork, beef, lamb and chicken. Farming organically means that we never use chemicals on our fields and rely instead on natural methods that are kinder to nature. Organic farms are home to 30% more species of wildlife and 50% more pollinators as a result.

WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE FISH?​

Working with carefully chosen suppliers, we have focused on providing fish that we are able to keep in stock throughout the year. As with all of our produce, it’s paramount that it’s sustainably sourced. For the management of our marine ecosystems, in order to respect fish levels and ensure overfishing doesn’t occur. 

Frequently asked questions

  • Wild caught fish is not organic as there is no way to control fish movement, diet or exposure to contaminants.

  • We’ve become a little bit set in our ways over the years with our ‘go-to’ fish choices; cod, haddock, tuna, salmon and warm-water prawns, but this has really jeopardised their sustainability. There are many alternative species available for us to try that have been farmed or caught responsibly, hake, corley, rainbow trout, mackerel and rope grown mussels are all great choices of sustainable fish in the UK.

  • We’ve become a little bit set in our ways over the years with our ‘go-to’ fish choices; cod, haddock, tuna, salmon and warm-water prawns, but this has really jeopardised their sustainability. There are many alternative species available for us to try that have been farmed or caught responsibly, hake, corley, rainbow trout, mackerel and rope grown mussels are all great choices of sustainable fish in the UK.