Thursday, June 25, 2009

Chili Dried Salted Sting Ray with Cauliflower and Long Beans Recipe (Resipi Sambal Ikan Pari Kering Dengan Bunga Kobis and Kacang Panjang)

Dried and salted Sting Ray.........(pic 2) Sambal Ikan Pari dengan Bunga Kobis and Kacang Panjang My neighbour gave me a packet of dried salted Sting Ray that he bought from Kuantan. Dried sting ray can be eaten with sambal belachan and it is very tasty. Since I have some long beans and cauliflower left in my fridge, I decided to try out a new recipe by frying with the salted sting rays. First I fried the sting ray until crispy and then pound finely. Then I make the sambal goreng without belachan (prawn paste), because I felt that the salted stingray can replace the belachan. Then I fried the cauliflower and long beans with the sambal. The dish turned out quite tasty. Another spicy and yummy dish for my dinner! Ingredients Dried Salted Sting Ray, 1 piece, deep fried and pounded until fine Onions, 2 pcs, chopped finely Chilli paste, 1 table spoon (add cili padi (bird eye chili) if you want the dish to be more spicy) Long Beans, 5 pcs, cut into 1 inch length Cauliflower, ¼ of whole Salt to taste Sugar to taste Tamarind Juice from 1 teaspoon of tamarind Put hot oil in wok and then sautéed the onions until fragrant. Add chilli. Fry for a short while. Add salt, sugar and tamarind juice. Put in the cauliflower and long beans. Fry until the vegetables cooked. Then add in the dried sting ray. Serve with white rice! PS: I think by adding some prawns, the taste of this dish would be enhanced further. Related post on Sting Rays 1) http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2009/01/fried-stingray-recipe.html 2) http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2008/10/curry-stingray-yong-tau-foo-chap-sheet.html 3) http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2009/07/bbq-sting-ray-recipe-ikan-pari-tuka.html

5 comments:

Mei Teng said...

I have never tasted sambal ikan pari before. But I love ikan pari bakar...yum!

suituapui said...

Looks yummy! I love sambal and I love salted fish... One version I've tried - they fry the salted fish till crispy and pound...and fry mixed with dried prawn sambal. Very nice!

Pete said...

Mei Teng : Ikan pari bakar, I love it too! Dip in the sauce....wow heaven!

STP : I think dried prawn would add an extra twist to the dish! Thks for the tips!

cleffairy said...

Wah! i dunno ikan pari oso can be made dry! First time see!

Bali Tour said...

Great Article :)
Thank you for the recipe
I will try to cook

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