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OK a simple fish curry, nothing too exotic but it's got plenty of ingredients & bloody hot, even the coconut cream didn't temper it very much, but it was nice.

1. Frying off the Ginger, Garlic & Curry Powder.

2. Sautéing the vegetables

3. There you go.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Classic Brewing Co said:

OK a simple fish curry, nothing too exotic but it's got plenty of ingredients & bloody hot, even the coconut cream didn't temper it very much, but it was nice.

1. Frying off the Ginger, Garlic & Curry Powder.

2. Sautéing the vegetables

3. There you go.

 

 

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For a guy that was a cook in the military you're not very good at taking orders, Phil. That bowl clearly states "PASTA" on it 6 times and you've put rice in it. FFS!🤦‍♂️

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2 minutes ago, Malter White said:

For a guy that was a cook in the military you're not very good at taking orders, Phil. That bowl clearly states "PASTA" on it 6 times and you've put rice in it. FFS!🤦‍♂️

Goodness Malter it is just a plate, I will have to be more careful from now on, seriously I wanted to use a big plate as I didn't want Turmeric & Curry stains all over the camp.

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1 hour ago, Classic Brewing Co said:

OK a simple fish curry, nothing too exotic but it's got plenty of ingredients & bloody hot, even the coconut cream didn't temper it very much, but it was nice.

1. Frying off the Ginger, Garlic & Curry Powder.

2. Sautéing the vegetables

3. There you go.

 

 

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Also Phil can you ditch the Samsung adverts? "Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G" subscripts do not add to your photo captures.

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46 minutes ago, kmar92 said:

Also Phil can you ditch the Samsung adverts? "Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G" subscripts do not add to your photo captures.

I didn't put it there, but I notice it disappears when you edit or crop a photo. I haven't bothered to remove it as it suddenly appeared after an update, but I wouldn't have thought it to be a problem.

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18 minutes ago, Classic Brewing Co said:

I didn't put it there, but I notice it disappears when you edit or crop a photo. I haven't bothered to remove it as it suddenly appeared after an update, but I wouldn't have thought it to be a problem.

It is just annoying, maybe just me that gets annoyed. We enjoy the free Community Forum via Coopers and I do not feel that we should have photo's posted with Samsung adverts.

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7 hours ago, stquinto said:

Bambi’s Dad, then a blueberry tart.

Looks nice Stquinta, it's cooked too! I don't know about where you are, but most Restaurants won't serve meat how you eat it in Australia.

Tart looks yumbo.

 

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21 hours ago, Classic Brewing Co said:

 

OK a simple fish curry, nothing too exotic but it's got plenty of ingredients & bloody hot, even the coconut cream didn't temper it very much, but it was nice.

1. Frying off the Ginger, Garlic & Curry Powder.

2. Sautéing the vegetables

3. There you go

 

Beautiful stuff Phil! I reckon tou can go join Mick 😉

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Now this ain't for everyone. And please don't try sun drying your meat or fish without getting the right advice first. 

Went fishing - caught fish (redfin and a cuppla carp) marinaded in Thai herbs and spices with heaps of salt and oil and then dried in the sun on racks.

Smells amazing. Snapped fried a couple and the result is just beautiful - even the ol' carp has come up alright.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Mickep said:

Now this ain't for everyone. And please don't try sun drying your meat or fish without getting the right advice first. 

Went fishing - caught fish (redfin and a cuppla carp) marinaded in Thai herbs and spices with heaps of salt and oil and then dried in the sun on racks.

Smells amazing. Snapped fried a couple and the result is just beautiful - even the ol' carp has come up alright.

Looks really nice Mick, I have dried some in the Food Dehydrator a few times, I covered them with Liquid Smoke & herbs, worked very well, not unlike the real thing.

Nice size Redfin too.

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7 minutes ago, beach_life said:

I cold smoked some coral trout once too - really good, and as @Mickep says, do your research

yeah, the recipe book is good. I played around with liquid smoke & chilli.

  • Clean the fish removing the scales, gills, and intestines.
  • For small and medium-size fish, make a butterfly cut from the head down to the tail and spread it open. Deboning a fish is optional.
  • For big-size fish, either you cut them into butterfly or fillet-size and deboned.
  • Season the fish with a marinade. Your marinade could be 1 ½ to 2 tsp. salt for every pound of fish, your choice of seasonings, and ¼ cup of water. Salt prevents bacteria from growing during the drying process.
  • Marinate the fish for 4 to 8 hours in the refrigerator to allow the flavors to seep in.
  • Drain the marinade well before drying. Lay them on the drying trays without overlapping.
  • Dry the fish in the dehydrator at 160°F for around 10 hours until it is firm, dry, and pliable. If you still see moisture on the fish, continue drying.
  • Be careful not to over-dry the fish. If the fish falls apart after bending it, it’s over-dried.
  • Dried fish can be stored in sealable plastic bags, glass jars, or airtight plastic containers. Store them in dark, dry place at room temperature for not more than two months.
  • Fish jerky is usually cooked before eating. Fry them in a small amount of oil. Or add them in soups and chowders.
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