It was something I came up with one day when the idea of eating potato or rice or pasta simply had no appeal to me. This Curried Cauliflower Fish was a very excellent meal and very filling too.
As always, my quantities are a little vague. I just put into the pan what I think I will eat. That may fail sometimes but it works for me.
Demonstrating the versatility of the pressure cooker with this Curried Cauliflower Fish.
It is a great one to make for those in a hurry because the preparation time is minimal and the cooking time short
- 200g/7oz frozen White Fish Fillet
- 125g/4oz frozen Cauliflower
- Handful sliced mixed Peppers
- Handful sliced Mushroom
- Curry Sauce from a jar
- Throw everything into the pressure cooker then seal it up. Add in a little water to dilute the curry sauce if it is too thick. Set on the heat and get it to pressure.
- Cook for about 15 minutes then allow to cool a little so the pressure cooker is safe to handle.
- Reduce the pressure according to your model. Be very careful as there will be the potential fo much hot steam that can burn.
- Open the pressure cooker and spoon the food out into a bowl.
- Serve with some bread if desired although it can easily be eaten alone.
Its tastes very good just as shown. Add some herbs or spices for a slightly different taste though