It’s no secret that Singaporeans love spicy food. This Sambal Fish (Stingray) is a popular fish dish that we usually have for dinner at hawker centres of coffeeshop. Now you can enjoy this at the comfort of your own home without making a mess. You can also prepare this in advance for your BBQ parties. We’re very sure that your guests will love this. Remember to squeeze some calamansi juice over the fish for the extra punch.
Watch our step-by-step video here and see the ingredient list below for your easy reference.
We would like to give special thanks to Shogun by La Gourmet for letting us try out their high quality non-stick pan in the video respectively. If you like to buy them, you can go to any of the major departmental stores in Singapore such as Isetan, Robinsons, Takashimaya, BHG, OG, Metro or Tangs. These two brands are also available in most major departmental stores in Malaysia.
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Serves 4 pax
50g of dried shrimps (soaked in 1 cup of water)
200g of shallots
30g of garlic
20g of ginger
1/4 cup of cooking oil
25g of dried chilli – hydrated & deseeded
150g of fresh red chilli – deseeded
4 stalks of lemongrass (use only white part)
50g of dried toasted belacan
1 cup of dried shrimp soaking liquid
0.5 cup of cooking oil
2 teaspoons of sugar
Other ingredients / stuff needed
440g of stingray
1 piece of banana leaf
1 piece of baking paper
1 piece of aluminium foil
Bake for 20 mins at 200C or until fish is cooked.
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