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Masak Lemak Ikan Masin Nenas

Ikan Masin. Salted Fish. Oh my goodness! My all time, anytime favourite. In fact, I won't mind every day and for every meal. Then again, too much of saltiness ( Dried Shrimp Sambal , Sambal Tumis Ikan Bilis Petai  &  Ikan Bilis Fried Rice ) has been said as not good for our health ( Kangkung Belacan )? I know. Yet, I can't resist salted fish and if you really give it a good soak and rinse, I think salted fish should be okay right? I think so. Masak Lemak on the other hand is the typical Malay style dish  ( Ikan Assam Pedas , Ayam Goreng Berempah   &  Petai Prawn Sambal ), or can be said as the non-vegetarian version of our Indian  sodhi . Both basically showcasing coconut milk as the core or one of the primary ingredients ( Nasi Lemak Prawn Sambal   &  Coconut Grapefruit Jelly ). Alright, let's now get down to the business of cooking Masak Lemak Ikan Masin Nenas ( Salted Fish Pick le , Pada Salt Fish Pickle  &  Salted Fish Mango Sambal ). Salted fish/ik