Pepes Ikan Patin bad this one uses yellow seasoning ingredients, Resep Ikan Patin but do not use coconut milk in order to feel dry when eaten, but nevertheless it's still good and tasty. .
Taste spicy chili basil plus increased the appetite and it feels like being a hallmark of Sundanese cuisine (West Java), Resep Ikan Gurame but catfish itself is a typical fish in the waters of Borneo.
Pepes Patin basil SPICE YELLOW FISH FUEL
1 tail catfish, cut into 5-6 parts
1 tsp salt
2 tablespoons lime juice
10 pcs red chili sauce
2 bunches of basil leaves, picking daunya
6 pcs shallots
3 cloves of garlic
5 pcs red chilli
2 cm turmeric
2 cm ginger
4 btr hazelnut
2 tsp salt
3 thinly sliced lemongrass stalk
3 bay leaves, cut into 2 parts
2 pcs red chilli, sliced thin oblique
3 pcs green peppers, sliced thin oblique
4 cm galangal, sliced thin
How to Make Basil Seasoning Pepes Ikan Patin Yellow Fuel:
Sprinkle fish with salt and lemon juice, let stand for 15 minutes.
Mix the fish with spices, stirring gently until blended. Add seasoning slices, chili and basil, stir again until blended.
Take 1-2 pieces (to taste) banana leaf, put 3 pieces of catfish, add the remaining seasoning, Resep Ikan Bakar wrap rice cake shape, tied with banana leaf fiber or pinned with a skewer.
Steam the fish for 30 minutes, or until fish soak into the seasoning.
Spiced grilled catfish are still wrapped in banana leaves on a fire to dry leaves.
Serve while warm.