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Thai Crispy Fish with Tamarind Sauce ปลาราดพริก - Episode 43

Fish tends to be one of those ingredients that people either really like or really hate. I believe that is partly due to a lack of GREAT fish recipes. Off of the top of my head, I can think of about 3 or 4 fish recipes that represent fish as an ingredient. While I love Fish & Chips, Steamed Trout, Smoked Salmon, and other common fish recipes, I believe that there hasn't been culinary creativity with fish in a long time. Looking to Southeast Asian countries you can find fish recipes that are completely different than what we might be used to eating in the West. Thai Crispy Fish with Tamarind Sauce is one such dish. The fish is salted, and fried so the outside is crispy but the inside is still meaty. The fish is then smothered with a thick tamarind sauce that gives this fish recipe a layer of depth rarely found in the West. I urge you to try this dish and see just how easy it is to make fish a delicious and popular dish that everyone will want more of. ========== ♥ Serving Info Prep. Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 25 minutes Total Time: 35 minutes Servings: 2 people ♥ Ingredients 1 medium sized fish of your choice 6 cloves garlic 6 red jalapeno peppers 1/4 yellow bell pepper 1 handful fresh cilantro 4 ounces tamarind 1 cup water 2 tablespoons fish sauce 2 tablespoons cooking oil 3 ounces palm sugar Oil for frying your fish ♥ Cooking Notes The one thing that is most commonly substituted in this recipe is the type of fish being used. I used a striped bass this time, but have often used red snapper or even tilapia. Also, I added red jalapenos to this recipe for a little Thai style heat, but if you don't do spicy, then substitute the red jalapenos for red bell peppers. Lastly, if you can't find palm sugar, then you can always use brown sugar or standard white sugar. ========== Watch new episodes every MON • WED • FRI on these social networks. YouTube: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Pinterest: Tumblr: Google+: SFH Website:


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Easy Yummy Recipe: Cod Fish in Hong Kong Sauce 港式油浸鳕鱼

When I was younger, I loved my mom's steam cod fish You know moms. Once you tell her you like one of her dishes, she will make it all the time because she loves us 😂😂😂 so much so that I got scared of cod fish. I only started to eat cod fish again when Roland cooked it in this style. Imagine crispy cod fish skin, smooth cod fish flesh and yummy gravy. This dish is awesome. Hope you can recreate this yummy dish in the comfort of your home. Thanks for dropping by our channel. Please subscribe to stay tuned to our home cooking videos. Follow us on: Youtube: Facebook Instagram @spicenpans Blog: To contact us: Thanks for watching! See you soon. xoxo Jamie on behalf of Spice N' Pans Ingredients Serves 8 3 big pieces of cod fish 2 tablespoons dark soya sauce 2 tablespoons Shaoxing cooking wine 2 cups water 3.5 tablespoons oyster sauce 1 teaspoon of sugar (wrongly introduced as salt in the beginning of the video) 1 tablespoon sesame seed oil 1 - 2 cloves of garlic 1 thumb size ginger 0.5 teaspoon of salt

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How to Eat Thai Nam Prik (Thai Chili Sauce นำ้พริก)

Nam prik (or nam phrik, น้ำพริก), Thai chili sauces, are a component of one of the most typical, everyday Thai meals. Check out some of the most common Thai nam prik here: I think Thai nam prik (น้ำพริก) is one of the most under recognized dishes, or meals of Thai cuisine. There are many different types of chili sauces that you’ll come across in Thailand, some ranging from spicy and hot, other are fish tasting, and others are sweet and sour. Some are more sauce like, others are almost spreadable, and others are more sticky or liquidity. Nam prik (น้ำพริก) is the common name used to refer to all sorts of different chili sauces. The way you eat nam prik (น้ำพริก) is along with a pile of boiled vegetables, which can included everything from long beans to eggplant, to morning glory. The chili sauces are also eaten with things like fried crispy fish or omelets. Also, a plate of rice is usually included in a full meal of nam prik (น้ำพริก) eating in Thailand. You can either choose to take some vegetables or fish, and dip it straight into the bowl or bag of nam prik, or you can choose to take some fish or vegetables onto your plate and spoon on some Thai chili sauce to get a full range bite of everything including rice. Either way works well, and both methods of eating are equally as popular. Most of the time, Thai nam prik (น้ำพริก) is seen as one of the most basic and everyday foods in Thailand and it’s available in nearly every market. Most Thais would just drop by their market, order whatever nam prik they’d like, and then vendor will bag it up, along with whatever boiled vegetables and fish they chose, and then the person will head home to eat it. There’s usually never seating. You’ll also find nam prik (น้ำพริก) at nicer restaurants in Thailand where they might serve nam prik as a sort of an hordeavure dish. However, you rarely find a street food stall that serves Thai chili sauces (น้ำพริก) on the street, that also has tables and chairs for you to eat it right there. I was pretty thrilled to find this Bangkok street food stall that dishes up delicious chili sauces (น้ำพริก) for lunch, and also has chairs for you to sit it. The first thing you do when you arrive is walk up to the front and choose all the vegetables and fish or other items that you’d like and put them on a plate. One of the most popular Thai nam prik (น้ำพริก) is nam prik kapi (น้ำพริกกะปิ), chili sauce made with fermented shrimp paste - it’s such a delicious combination of fishy, salty, sour, and spicy. Along with boiled vegetables and the crispy fish, it was marvelous. I also ordered nam prik da daeng (น้ำพริกตาแดง), translated from Thai as red eye chili sauce. It was less spicy than it looked (it looks on fire), but it had a nice chili flavor, plus a hint of sweetness to balance it out. Finally, for my third Thai chili sauce, I ordered nam prik pla ra (น้ำพริกปลาร้า), chili sauce made with fermented fish sauce. This was also delicious, a little fishy, but with so much depth of flavor. Along with the vegetables and chili sauces, I also ordered a pla too tod (which is a fried mackerel ปลาทูทอด), a couple pieces of pla tod krob (crispy fish ปลาทอดกรอบ), and last but not least cha om kai (an omelet filled with climbing wattle shoots ชะอมไข่). Again, I think Thai nam prik (น้ำพริก) is one of my favorite parts of Thai cuisine, I love the compound flavors, and of course, the general spice and strong flavors that normally accompany each version. I also really like the vegetables and fried fish that goes with it. So if you’re interested in having a real local Thai meal, you should sample a variety of different Thai nam prik chili sauces. You’ll find nam prik everywhere in Thailand, but usually for takeaway. If you’re in Bangkok and want to try this place here are the details: Open hours: 11:30 am - about 3 pm (usually Tuesday - Saturday, but just so you know, this is street food, so sometimes they are closed without warning) Prices: Our full meal here, everything we ate cost 130 THB (about $4) How to get there: The stall is located right at the base of Sukhumvit Soi 101 in Bangkok, just a 20 second walk from Punnawithi BTS station exit #1. Music in this video is courtesy of: Produced by Mark Wiens and Ying Wiens: & Thai Food Guide: Subscribe:

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