Moqueca is a Brazilian dish that typically contains salt water fish, coconut milk, tomatoes, onions, garlic, cilantro, palm oil, and other ingredients. There are as many different variations as there are cooks. It is most often cooked in a terra cotta casserole dish, but these days it can be made in a variety of different types of pots.
This version is rich and delicious, with a sweetness that comes from the coconut milk, and a tart acidity from tomatoes and lemon juice. It’s got an unbeatable flavor harmony.