“ Take a trip to India without leaving your kitchen with this recipe for spice-rubbed barramundi fillets which are quickly broiled then topped with a fragrant, bright sauce of tomatoes and ginger. Vijay, Recipe Hunter ”
- Curry Powder
- Fire Roasted Tomatoes
- Green Chili
- Olive Oil
- Red Chili
- Unsalted Butter
Pack your passport away because the flavors of this recipe will transport you to India in just about 15 minutes. Fillets of meaty, hearty, omega-3 rich barramundi are coated with curry powder and baked until flaky and tender. While the fish cooks, Lauren prepares a sauce out of ginger, shallots, and fire-roasted tomatoes to compliment the smoky spices on the fish. Topped with fresh chiles and cilantro, serve this alongside a bed of basmati rise or a few pieces of naan for dipping into the sauce. Either way, you’ll be on a tantalizing tastebud-rousing tour in no time.
“ Climbing Grier Mountain is all about embracing curiosity. I think of my kitchen as a playground full of endless opportunities to make dishes that reflect life’s experiences and shenanigans. My recipes are fresh, flavorful, and adventurous just like Colorado. ”
Lauren is the food and lifestyle blogger behind Climbing Grier Mountain, where she shares her recipes, travel experiences, and local recommendations from her home in Denver. Her style is all about “embracing curiosity” and allowing her kitchen to be a playground where she can use her travels and experiences to inspire delicious, fresh recipes. And, we love that Lauren writes about more than just recipes! Her blog is a reflection of the adventurous surroundings of Colorado, filled with restaurant recommendations, travel memories, and more.
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