Sauce Your Fish

"The art of curry cooking lies not in hot spicing, but in the blending of the flavors," says Kusuma Cooray, author and chef.

May 28, 2015 12:15
Fish stew recipe

Kusuma Cooray's creamy mustard fish stew.. (photo credit: UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PRESS)


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When we prepare fish for company, we like to cook it in sauce. Served this way, the fish looks festive, and the sauce helps keep the fish moist. It’s also a practical way to prepare fish. You just make a tasty sauce, add fish fillets to it and cook them for a few minutes.

We found tempting sauces for fish in a new book, Ocean to Plate – Cooking Fish with Hawaii’s Kusuma Cooray.


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