I did not bother looking for fresh cayenne pepper. I used 1/2 tsp. of the brand in the baggies in the Hispanic aisle. I can't afford fish more expensive than tilapia so I used that instead. I have an electrolyte disorder so I ate it with boiled potato instead of rice, but I know this has enough potassium in it that I could eat this over rice without a problem. It was absolutely delicious. I hate lean meats in recipes with little fat in them so the coconut milk made the fish so much more palatable without being heavy, either.
I'd like to try this tonight, but how much is 1.5 PINTS of fish? Isn't that a measurement for liquid?
Rating: 4 stars
Very easy to prepare, fast, tasty and satisfying. Couldn't find cayenne peppers in my local market, so used a teaspoon or so of crushed red pepper flakes. My family and I are working on adding more fish and good fats to our diet. Served it over cauliflower to make it "paleo" or "grain free" by processing raw cauliflower in food processor until it resembled rice. Placed @ 3 cups cauliflower in glass bowl with a sprinkle of salt and cooked in the microwave about 5 minutes.
My husband and I really enjoyed it. It is so delicious. Nice way of cooking fish.
Rating: 5 stars
This stew is too delicious for words. It is so easy to make and incredibly fragrant. It's shot to the top of our weeknight light dining menu. 5 stars from me.
Made this for dinner tonight. I used red snapper and added the grated zest of the limes to the finished dish along with the cilantro. Really yummy. Be careful not to over-stir once the fish is added because the fish will flake and crumble making the sauce look grainy and bumpy. I'll try this recipe using shrimp next time - sure to be delicious!