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Grilled fish

CategoryIndonesia

 1 Fresh fish (red sniper or other fish is also possible)
 5 Cloves of garlic
 3 Spoons of Ketjap manis
 2 Teaspoons Masako*
 8 spoons oil (tip: don’t use olive oil, use for example the cheap sunflower oil)

* Masako is salt with chicken spices, you can buy this in asian toko’s.

The measurements are depending on the size of the fish. Don’t follow the exact measurements as described above. Just like the Indonesian locals you need to taste and use what feels good according yourself.

1

Clean the fish or ask the salesman to clean it for you when you buy the fish

2

Cut a couple stripes in the fish. You can see how we did it on the final picture. Later on you can put the marinade in these holes for a perfect taste.

3

Now you can make the marinade and let the fish warm up to room temperature.

4

Cut the garlic cloves in small pieces

5

Put the oil, the ketjap manis, masako and the small pieces of garlic in a bowl and mix them together with a spoon.

6

Now you are ready to grill the fish. We love to do this on a campfire or bbq, but you can also grill it on the stove with a special grill pan.

7

In between you need to continue putting the marinade on the fish (especially in the holes you made). This is a long and slowly process. Take your time, do not heat up the fire too much!

8

Your fish is ready to eat when the eyes of the fish become white.

Ingredients

 1 Fresh fish (red sniper or other fish is also possible)
 5 Cloves of garlic
 3 Spoons of Ketjap manis
 2 Teaspoons Masako*
 8 spoons oil (tip: don’t use olive oil, use for example the cheap sunflower oil)

Directions

1

Clean the fish or ask the salesman to clean it for you when you buy the fish

2

Cut a couple stripes in the fish. You can see how we did it on the final picture. Later on you can put the marinade in these holes for a perfect taste.

3

Now you can make the marinade and let the fish warm up to room temperature.

4

Cut the garlic cloves in small pieces

5

Put the oil, the ketjap manis, masako and the small pieces of garlic in a bowl and mix them together with a spoon.

6

Now you are ready to grill the fish. We love to do this on a campfire or bbq, but you can also grill it on the stove with a special grill pan.

7

In between you need to continue putting the marinade on the fish (especially in the holes you made). This is a long and slowly process. Take your time, do not heat up the fire too much!

8

Your fish is ready to eat when the eyes of the fish become white.

Grilled fish

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