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Ikan Panggang Kuali

This dish is quite similar to Kelantan’s ikan percik. The fish can either be grilled or baked then sprinkled or smothered with the gravy that has been cooked separately.

You can now learn this authentic traditional recipe from the expert herself, Datin Hamidah Abdul Hamid. Thanks to Johor Corporation for making this video possible.

This recipe is taken from the Johor Palate: Tanjung Puteri Recipes book written by Datin Kalsom Taib & Datin Hamidah. The book won “Best in the World” in the Culinary Heritage Category at the World Cookbook Fair – Gourmand International – Gourmand Awards 2015

Get the copy of the book here: http://bit.ly/JohorPalate

Ingredients

1 (500g) pomfret
4 tbsp cooking oil

Grind to a fine paste

7 shallots, chopped
3 cloves garlic, chopped
3 slices galangal
2 cm ginger, chopped
1.5 cm turmeric, chopped
3 candlenuts pulps, chopped
1.5 cm shrimp paste

4 tbsp chilli puree
1 stalk lemongrass, crushed
2 cups coconut milk
½ cup water
1 tbsp tamarind paste
2 tbsp sugar
Salt to taste

Method:
1. Clean the fish and make diagonal cuts on each side. Rub with turmeric powder and salt mixed with water. Smother with 2 tsp cooking oil and bake in the oven until cooked.
2. Heat the remaining oil in a kuali and sauté the spice paste, chilli puree and lemongrass. Fry until the oil separates and the aroma is released.
3. Add the coconut milk and remaining ingredients. Slowly boil on medium to low heat. When the gravy thickens, remove from the heat and add the fish.
4. Smother both sides of the fish with some gravy and bake for another 5-10 minutes. Turn the fish over once during baking.
5. Further cook the excess gravy until it turns cuddly and pour over the fish before serving.

Written by iCookAsia

iCookAsia, originally known as "TryMasak' is the first recipe video channel in Malaysia. Since its creation in 2008, TryMasak has grown and evolveed from online recipe sharing website into online media platform for chefs to showcase their talent and for brands to promote their products and services. Currently we have more than 2,000 recipes in video format from Malaysia and other Asian countries.

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