Tilapia in Coconut Curry

The fish at Swahili Village is very popular because it is always fresh.   We serve whole Tilapia (including the head, so be pre-warned) fried or in a delicious coconut curry sauce.

The Friday lunch special includes fish in coconut curry with two sides and a fountain drink for the very affordable price of $8.99.

Tilapia in coconut curry

We are offering a recipe for those of you who would love to try this at home.

Tilapia in Coconut Curry

4 tilapia fillets
1 tbsp olive oil (fine)
1-2 tbsps curry powder
1 cup water
14 tsp salt
12 tbsp black pepper
14 tsp chili powder
3 garlic cloves (crushed)
1 onion (sliced)
10 ozs coconut milk (12)
red pepper flakes (optional)
1 Season tilapia fillets with salt, chile powder, and black pepper. Set aside.
2 In iron pot, heat olive oil; add curry powder stirring often. Allow curry powder to practically burn. Add a little water whenever paste becomes too sticky.
3 Add most garlic and onions until well coated.
4 Add coconut milk. Stir. After 1 minute, add fish and remaining garlic and onions.
5 Lower heat and cover for about 15 – 20 minutes.
6 Serve over jasmine or coconut rice.

Enjoy your meal and don’t forget to visit us on Facebook and Twitter. We highlight lots of great deals on our website and Foursquare, so don’t forget to check-in each time you visit us, to unlock additional specials.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. londu says:

    ay! salt, pepper and chilli powder a bit much no? ama ni typo? otherwise love, love love swaville, esp this samak! just tell the cooks to stop swiping food off customers orders for themselves…

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