Friday, January 25, 2008

Talapia Sweet Sour with Mango

Am kind of lazy all the time, especially when the head of the house not around. That's why I always cook 'out of recipe protocol'. Whatever cross my head, experiment it. If ok, it might be next time. If not, just forget it. This time, the kids said "macam 3 rasa la mama..." So, I will try on chicken for Mat Rock to taste... :-D


Talapia Sweet Sour with Mango

1 whole talapia - deep fried and put in a suitable dish plate
young mango - grated coarsely
daun kesum (malay basil) - finely chopped
kaffir leaves
5 pcs bird chilli (put more for hotter taste)
3 cloves garlic - crushed
1 onion - diced or wedged (i prefer wedges cut)
1 inch ginger - thinly lengthwise cut
1 red chilli - sliced
2 small scoops oyster sauce
3 small scoops chilli sauce
3 small scoops tomato ketchup
1 tbsp honey
1 tbsp vinegar (can be substitued with lime/lemon juice)
water
Cooking oil

Heat cooking oil on medium heat. Stir fry garlic till golden then add in onion, ginger and chilli till fragrant. Add in all sauces, honey, vinegar and water. Bring to boil and thicker. Add in grated mango, daun kesum, kaffir leaves and bird chilli. Let it simmer for few minutes more.
Pour on ready-fried talapia. Serve.

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