Preparation : 10 Minutes
Cooking : 5-8 Minutes
Serves : 4 Servings
Episode : 31 (Video recipe is available here)
Author : Christina Hann Trefzger
It’s still very cold in Munich, and I have been craving this delicious Indonesian Bouillabaisse! I call it “Indonesian Bouillabaisse” because it is very similar to the French one, but it has more unique exotic flavor in it. If you don’t know what it is, google “Ikan Asam Pedas” you’ll know what it is hehe.
I modified a little bit here, no fresh pineapple but a lot of crushed tomatoes and some lemon juice.
700 gr or 1.5 lbs of Fresh Salmon, cut into small pieces
2 French Shallots
3 Cloves of Garlic
2 Bird-Eye Chilies, very spicy!
2 Lemongrass Stalks
4 Coriander or Cilantro Roots, optional
4-5 Keffir Lime Leaves
Juice of half a Lemon
500 ml or 2 Cups of Crushed Tomatoes
1 Tbsp of Turmeric Powder
1 Tsp of Ginger Powder
1 Tsp of Galangal Powder
2 Tsp of Salt
2-3 Tsp of Sugar
500 ml or 2 Cups of Water
Some Olive Oil
Sweet Basil for garnishing, optional
1. Put shallots, garlic, chillies and some water into a blender, blend until smooth.
2. Turn your stove to medium low heat, put some oil into your cooking pot.
3. Add in cilantro roots, keffir lime leaves and wait for a minute or two then add in the ingredients from the blender along with the turmeric, ginger and galangal powder.
4. Add in the crushed tomatoes. Stir and add in the water, salt and sugar. Cook until it simmers and add in the salmon chunks.
5. It takes about 5-7 mins to cook, depending on the thickness of your fish.
6. Turn off your stove and add some lemon juice.
7. Serve with some warm rice and nice white wine. Enjoy ❤️
Preparation : 20 Minutes
Cooking : 30 Minutes
Serves : 3-4 Portions
Episode : 33 (video recipe is availble here)
Author : Christina Hann Trefzger
Long time no new posts! So I tried to spare my free time to recreate my mum’s best caremelized onion teriyaki salmon recipe. As I was a kid, I never knew the named of this this until I was in Japan. My mum also never knows that she cooks something delicious and it’s called teriyaki 😂😂😂.
I cook this many times and my kids love it. As I always mention, we don’t cook with a lot of salt or sugar.
For this recipe, you’ll need:
600 gr of Salmon
1/2 Onion, thinly sliced
2 Tbsp of Soy sauce
3 Tbsp of Sweet soy sauce
Some lemon juice (I used 1/2 of a lemon)
1/2 Cup of water
1-2 Tsp of Tapioka/Corn starch
Some salt and white ground pepper
Sesame Seeds, optional
2-3 Tbsp of Cooking Oil
1. Turn on your stove to medium heat. In your non-stick skillet add some cooking oil.
2. Add in the salmon, fry each sides 3-4 minutes depending on the thickness of your salmon.
3. Take it out and put it in a plate. In the same skillet if there’s still oil left, just use it. If not, add a little more oil, stir fry the onion slices until translucent and add in some ground white pepper.
4. Add in the soy sauce, sweet soy sauce, a little bit of salt, lemon juice and the water starch mixture.
5. Stir until it thickens. Try the taste. You can of course add more salt or sweet soy sauce depending on how your stomach desires it.
6. Pour in the sauce on the salmon. Garnish with some toasted sesame seeds and chopped coriander.
7. Serve with some cherry tomatoes and Romano salad.
Enjoy 😊 xoxo Chris