Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Dory Fish Sambal


I'm back today with another recipe for dory, remember the dory fish I spoke about previously at Dory Fish In Spicy Butter Sauce? That's right people. I'm glad you can still remember. Now, for this dory fish sambal, oh-god, I know. I'm still struggling with picturing (more at Vegetarian Mee Hoon), I suppose my learning curve has not curved up yet. Its still at its infant stage, I guess the right thing right now is moving on to the recipe. Reasonably priced and odorless, dory fish is really soft, so, you have to handle it with care. No over-stirring, remember, not like how we stir fry Chinese style dishes, I dusted some cornflour on dory to prevent it from breaking up easily. Thereafter, gently combined the fried pieces in a green sambal alongside some coriander leaves. That's it for the day folks. Hope you will try this dory fish sambal recipe, until then, take care.    

Ingredients
For the fish
500g of dory fish
1-2 tsp cornflour
Salt for taste

Cut the fish into 4-5 portions, rub some cornflour and salt  and pan fry on a non-stick pan. 

For the Sambal/Sauce:
5 green chillies
2-3 birds eye chillies (optional)
1 medium size onion
1 inch ginger
5 garlic

Blend all these ingredients for a thick paste.
Other ingredients:
4 tbsp canola oil
1/2 tbsp lemon juice
Some coriander leaves

Heat oil and when heated, fry the sambal till aromatic and till oil splits. Season with a tiny bit of salt. 
Add fish and coriander leaves and gently stir.
Then dish out. 
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