~Elra's Cooking~: Broiled Red Snapper Serve With Balinese Spicy Lime and Shallots Sambal

~Elra's Cooking~: Broiled Red Snapper Serve With Balinese Spicy Lime and Shallots Sambal

IKAN BAKAR LEMAK PANDAN (Translating to "burned fish," ikan bakar is the catch-all term for small grilled swimmers. You'll often see it wrapped in a banana leaf before it goes on the grill, so that the leaf gets direct heat contact, rather than the fish itself; it's generally marinated in a blend of turmeric, chilis, belacan, galangal, and those other now-familiar ingredients, and served with sambal.)

IKAN BAKAR LEMAK PANDAN (Translating to "burned fish," ikan bakar is the catch-all term for small grilled swimmers. You'll often see it wrapped in a banana leaf before it goes on the grill, so that the leaf gets direct heat contact, rather than the fish itself; it's generally marinated in a blend of turmeric, chilis, belacan, galangal, and those other now-familiar ingredients, and served with sambal.)

Ikan Baronang Bakar Bumbu Rica-Rica & Sambal Dabu-Dabu (Grilled Rabbit Fish with Spicy Rica-Rica & Dabu-Dabu Salsa)

Ikan Baronang Bakar Bumbu Rica-Rica & Sambal Dabu-Dabu (Grilled Rabbit Fish with Spicy Rica-Rica & Dabu-Dabu Salsa)

Ikan Bakar (Barbecue Fish) | MyRecipes.com

Ikan Bakar (Barbecue Fish) | MyRecipes.com

~Elra's Cooking~: Fish/Sea Food

~Elra's Cooking~: Fish/Sea Food

Dapur-Dapuran: Sambal Matah Khas Bali

Dapur-Dapuran: Sambal Matah Khas Bali

air asam dan ikan pisang bakar berlada

air asam dan ikan pisang bakar berlada

Ikan bakar. Grilled fish, plain and simple. But in a country with more than 17,000 islands, fish is bound to feature prominently. While squid and prawns have a place in Indonesian cuisine, ikan bakar gets a far better showing for a fleshy texture that is great for dipping. It is usually marinated in the typical trove of spices and served with a soy and chili-based sauce.

Ikan bakar. Grilled fish, plain and simple. But in a country with more than 17,000 islands, fish is bound to feature prominently. While squid and prawns have a place in Indonesian cuisine, ikan bakar gets a far better showing for a fleshy texture that is great for dipping. It is usually marinated in the typical trove of spices and served with a soy and chili-based sauce.

Coba-Coba Yuk.....: AYAM BAKAR KECAP SAMBEL MATAH

Coba-Coba Yuk.....: AYAM BAKAR KECAP SAMBEL MATAH

Sambal Matah (Balinese Shallot Lemon Grass Relish) | HeyTheresia | Indonesian Food and Travel Blog

Sambal Matah (Balinese Shallot Lemon Grass Relish) | HeyTheresia | Indonesian Food and Travel Blog

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