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How to cook fish in coconut sauce dominican style

Cook Fish in Coconut Sauce Dominican Style

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The cast

The cast

Slice the  fillet in two or three pieces

Slice the fillet in two or three pieces

Season the fish with Sason Goya

Season the fish with Sason Goya

The other side as well

The other side as well

Add the oregano.

Add the oregano.

Season the both sides as well

Season the both sides as well

The sour orange.

The sour orange.

Add the adobo.  When finished set aside for 30 minutes.

Add the adobo. When finished set aside for 30 minutes.

Lets make a little sofrito, Take a few sprigs of cilantro.

Lets make a little sofrito, Take a few sprigs of cilantro.

Rinse them

Rinse them

Take a half of a small onion

Take a half of a small onion

Chop it up.

Chop it up.

Put the chopped onion in a blender or food processor.

Put the chopped onion in a blender or food processor.

Add the cilantro.

Add the cilantro.

These are called  Ajices dulces in Spanish. If you can not find them you can use small sweet peppers. Take the peppers and slice them in half.

These are called Ajices dulces in Spanish. If you can not find them you can use small sweet peppers. Take the peppers and slice them in half.

Remove the seeds

Remove the seeds

Give it a quick rinse

Give it a quick rinse

Add that to the blender.

Add that to the blender.

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Add a tablespoon or two of water just to get it   going

Add a tablespoon or two of water just to get it going

Now let's slice some red peppers.

Now let's slice some red peppers.

Add the oil to a pan that is set over medium high heat.

Add the oil to a pan that is set over medium high heat.

Add the peppers

Add the peppers

The onions as well. Saut\u00e9 for a few minutes.

The onions as well. Sauté for a few minutes.

Add the coconut milk

Add the coconut milk

Add the sofrito, the sofrito should be about 1/4 cup.

Add the sofrito, the sofrito should be about 1/4 cup.

Fill the can with water

Fill the can with water

I am adding 1/2 can of water to the pan.

I am adding 1/2 can of water to the pan.

Time to add some coloring and flavor.

Time to add some coloring and flavor.

Add the tablespoon of tomato paste

Add the tablespoon of tomato paste

Add the 1/4 can of Tomato sauce.

Add the 1/4 can of Tomato sauce.

Add the oregano powder

Add the oregano powder

Add half packet  of sazon

Add half packet of sazon

When cooked down to half, we will add the fish

When cooked down to half, we will add the fish

Add the fish

Add the fish

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The liquid too😉

Add some cilantro

Add some cilantro

Yum, I just love cilantro

Yum, I just love cilantro

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I love to add heat to my coconut totally NOT optional add them in!!!😁😁

These are the ones I use, you can use the red ones or any pepper that will add some bite.

These are the ones I use, you can use the red ones or any pepper that will add some bite.

Enjoy this spicy dish from my beautiful country la quisqueya.

You can use any fish that is firm. Think haddock,snapper..tilapia. You decide.

  • 1.0lb Basa fillet
  • 1/2tsp Ground oregano
  • 1 packet of sazon Goya
  • 1/2tsp Adobo
  • 1.0Tbsp Sour orange juice
  • 1/2tsp Adobo
  • FOR SOFRITO ABOUT 1/4 cup
  • 1/4 Small Onion,chopped
  • Cilantro , 4-5 sprigs
  • 3-4 Ajices dulces, sweet peppers
  • THE SAUCE
  • 1.0 13oz can of coconut milk
  • 1/2 Can of water
  • 1 packet of sazon w/. Culantro and achiote
  • 1/2 Red pepper sliced
  • A few slices of onions
  • 2.0Tbsp Oil
  • 1.0Tbsp Tomato paste
  • 1/4 Can of tomato sauce
  • 1/4tsp Oregano powder
  • 1/2 pack of Sason Goya