Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Baked Jacket Fish (Ikan Barat, Unicorn Fish, Scientific name Monacanthidae) with Pineapple Recipe

Fish with 'jacket' on but the flesh is white and sweet!
This is a simple and quick recipe but I guess only jacket fish is suitable to be used in this recipe. The meaty texture and sweet jacket fish flesh blends well with the simple spices used. It took me a jiffy to prepare this dish; marinade the fish, wrap it up with aluminium foil and pop it in the oven for 25 minutes! I threw in a few pieces of pineapples as well to give it some fruitiness flavours.

Ingredients
Jacket fish, 1 pc (I used half cut from a large fish for this recipe)
Turmeric, 1 teaspoon
Chilli powder, ½ teaspoon
Lemon juice, 1 table spoon
Salt to taste
A little vegetable oil
Pineapples, 7 to 8 pcs
Onions, 1 pc, cut into 4

Marinade the fish with all the ingredients and set it aside for 15 minutes. Spread out an aluminium foil and put the fish on it. Pour all the excess gravy into the foil. Wrap it up and bake in preheated oven at 200 Deg C for 25 minutes. Serve with white rice.

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18 comments:

Mei Teng said...

I like sweet sour and chilli combo sauce on fish.

suituapui said...

Looks good...like assam fish minus the assam, add the lemon and pineapple - sour sour? Yum! Yum!

ladyviral said...

Looks kind of watery... wouldn't it be nicer if it was slightly more thick in the sauce? But of course I won't know until I get to try... so when you letting me try a bite? :P

smallkucing said...

Hubi also always eat Ikan Jacket.

thenomadGourmand said...

U'r right! Simple flavours with minimal prep! I like! No need to go Broga ( like i did)

levian said...

wow, with pineapple it sounds appetizing! i am back. a happy chinese new year to you! :)

tuti said...

wear jacket because cold ah, the fish? kekeke. :P

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

This look yummy.

wenn said...

i need to try baking fish.

Christine said...

looks delicious and healthy

cleffairy said...

Fish? No thank you. LOL... give me a sodomized chic or papaya anytime. *grinZ* or maybe deformed carrots... or quickie pasta or...wakakakakaka!

manglish said...

strange looking fish hahaha but how did it taste?

Cheryl said...

Yummy. I have never heard of that fish. I wonder if it would work well with haddock, which is what we usually have.

umihoney said...

Marvelously done Pete.Thank you for sharing

Merryn said...

looks delicious!!! yummy.. can try this leh.. must try this leh.. :)

Ayie said...

i don't like how the fish looks =(

xin said...

is this fish also known as the drumstick fish or something?

Pete said...

Mei Teng : Agree, really brings out the appetite

STP : Sour Sour, nice!

Ladyviral At first I thought of making the sauce thicker but I wanted to try something light and different....maybe next round I make thicker.

Smallkucing : Nice fish

thenomadgourmand : Wah, go all the way to Broga

Levian : Welcome back, Happy New Year to you too

Tuti : Running nose fish! ha ha ha

Sonia : Nice light dish!

Wenn : Baking real easy, cleaner kitchen too!

Christine : Agree, nice and healthy

Cleff : This fish you will like, no fishy smell and very large bones!

Manglish : A bit like crab meat


Cheryl : I think haddock would be good also!

Umi : Very simple dish


Merryn : It is nice and simple

Ayie : But the flesh is very nice!

Xin : ha ha ha, drumstick fish....got meh?

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