Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Sambal Tumis Stingray Fish With Stink Beans

Mmmmmm...looking at this dish makes me salivate away...hahaha stink beans is my all time favorite food. I used stink bean in my fried rice, in my sambal tumis prawns or dried shrimps....and today I want to share with you stink beans in my Sambal Tumis Stingray (Ikan Pari)  Of late , I noticed that my taste in cooking has changed. I prefer my sambal tumis to be thicker and drier .  I blamed in on menopause syndrome LOL! Anyway not to digress further, lets head on to see the recipe for this dish :)

Sambal Tumis Stingray With Stink Beans - WB Kitchen


2 pieces of Stingray
200 gms of stink beans ( halved)
2 tbsp of tamarind paste mix with 1/4 cup of water
a tsp of sugar *optional
a pinch of sea salt to taste
1 tbsp of vegetable oil

ground ingredients

8 dried chillies - cut into halves, removed seeds and soak in warm water
1" fresh turmeric
10 shallots
2 cloves of garlic
1" belacan ( shrimp paste)
1 stalk of serai- sliced

Pound all the ground ingredients into a  fine paste


Heat up 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil till hot, add in the ground ingredients and stir fry till fragrant and the oil surfaced . Add in the stink beans and continue to stir fry till it is cooked. Add in the fish and the tamarind water. Cover wok with lid and let it simmer till the gravy thickens. Add salt and sugar to taste. Dish up and serve hot with rice.


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  1. Sounds like a healthy and tasty meal. Catherine

  2. Petai is my all time favourite. Can I come for dinner?


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