OH MY GOODNESS, this was amazing!! I took a recipe from here, and a recipe from there and came up with this. I hardly ever cook fish as I never know what to do, until now…
The dukkah recipe is from the Thermomix Everyday Cookbook on page 67.
So here’s what you’ll need for this dish:-
White fish, we used 3 thick pieces.
1 or 2 carrots, sliced
1 red capsicum
(and what ever other vegetables you would like)
Dukkah, a few good tablespoons (enough to coat the fish)
2 x 270mls cans of coconut milk
400g basmati rice
Cashews (2 handfuls)
1 red chili – seeds removed
1 tablespoon of tamari sauce (or soy sauce)
a good handful of parsley
2 garlic cloves
1 tablespoon of vegetable stock
Here’s what you do:-
Put the rice into your thermomix basket and wash it under cold water until the water runs clear. Put the basket into your thermomix bowl.
Push your scales button, and put in your 2 tins of coconut milk. Now add enough water to make the scales reach 800g and put the lid on top.
Put chopped vegetables in the bottom varoma tray, and put this ontop of your thermomix.
Coat your fish in the dukkah on both sides. Put this in the top varoma tray. I coated our daughters piece in Superfoods for Kidz vital vegetable powder as I was worried she wouldn’t eat the dukkah.
Turn on your Thermomix for 18 minutes, varoma temperature, speed 4.
Once this is done, your rice should be cooked. If so tip this into your thermoserver. If your veggies are done, also put this into your thermoserver ontop of your rice. Our fish wasn’t done, so I put a little more water in the bowl, just enough to cover the blades and put the Thermomix back on for 7 minutes, varoma temperature, speed 4.
After this our fish was done. I then put this in the thermoserver to keep warm too.
Using the milky water in the bowl, put in all your sauce ingredients. Cashews, chili, tamari sauce, parsley, garlic and stock. Blitz these on speed 9 for 1 minute.
Serve and enjoy 🙂
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TIPS: The rice and sauce freeze well as this makes a lot of both. You could try and cut these in half but it will effect cooking times and measurements.