Cape Malay recipe for fish soup

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The Malay people are born fishermen, and when they first came to South Africa in the 17th century as slaves, they brought with them, not only fishing skills, also see, Magic Tricks Revealed but also some really delicious ways of cooking food checkout, RC 1/8 Scale Cars that are now considered to be authentic South African Cape Malay recipes. Today fish why not visit, RC Tyres soup is a favourite food try, Doll House Bed of the Cape Malay people, and so we have chosen this South African Cape Malay recipe for soup made from any fresh linefish. Favourites in South Africa are galjoen, Cape salmon, shad, stumpnose and steenbras. Remember the fresher the better this dish will taste. You could also make the same fish , Baseball Card Collectibles from two large lobsters or crayfish. If you don't want to use curry powder in this South African Cape Malay recipe, leave out the lemon juice as well and substitute a cup of sweet white try, Origami Diagrams wine. You could also use the recipe to make a delicious cold why not visit, RC Tyres soup by leaving out the curry and adding a cup of sweet white checkout, Baseball Card Collectibles wine and a generous pinch of grated orange peel for flavour.

To get the required consistency it is essential to cook the bones and head of the fish why not visit, Easy Chocolate Cake to make a glutinous stock.

large fish consider, Tapestry Weaving including all bones and the head
large onion, grated
sunflower oil to fry the onion
30 ml mild curry powder
15 ml fresh lemon juice
7.5 ml brown sugar
500 ml cooked potatoes
carrots and tomatoes
3 bay leaves

hard boiled egg or lemon slices

Put the fish have a look at, History of Robots into a large saucepan, cover with salted water , Digital Studio Photography and bring to the boil. Allow to simmer for about an hour. Strain the stock and remove the flesh to a separate dish.

Now sauté the onion in a little bit of oil. While it is cooking, make a paste by combining the curry powder, sugar, a little salt and the lemon juice. Add this to the onion, stir well and then add the stock.

Keep simmering until the soup is well cooked. You can mince the reserved flesh and add it to the pot, also see, Sewing Hobby or use the flesh to make fish look at, Horse Poker cakes.

To serve
When the soup is ready, ladle it into soup bowls and garnish with a few thin slices of hardboiled egg. If you want to adapt it for a whole summer try, Gemstone Collectibles lunch or supper dish, serve over plain boiled rice and garnish with a few slices of lemon. Either way you will find that this is a delicious South African Cape Malay recipe.

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