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Baked Sambal Fish

Baked Sambal Fish created by JoyfulCook

A great way to serve up fish, its so full of flavour and the Asian marinade is tasty and quite hot and baked in a loose foil package. Serve either with salads or new potatoes, and vegetables of your choice. Totally delicious either way

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  • Combine the spring onions, lemon juice, lemon zest, sambal oelek, the oils, garlic and ginger in a medium bowl. Add the fish and coat all over, leave for an hour in the fridge to marinade.
  • Heat the oven to 200c or 400f.
  • Place each fillet of fish in a piece of foil, piling the rest of the marinade and onions on the top, seal loosely.
  • Bake for 15-20 minutes and serve the fish either with salads and fried up pre cooked baby potatoes cooked in garlic olive oil or on fluffy white rice, using the juice from the fish as a gravy. Delicious.
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"A great way to serve up fish, its so full of flavour and the Asian marinade is tasty and quite hot and baked in a loose foil package. Serve either with salads or new potatoes, and vegetables of your choice. Totally delicious either way"
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  1. smegly2
    Why do you not have a PRINT button, thanks . Recipe is one of the best that I have cooked, I use this sauce on everything except dessert. Smile
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    Baked Sambal Fish Created by JoyfulCook
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  3. mama smurf
    This was delicious and soooo easy! I followed the directions as given only adding a little more onion. Definately going to make this again! Thank you for posting. Made for Healthy Choices Tag Game 2012.
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  4. Mia in Germany
    This was excellent! We loved every bite of it. I did make a change, though, in that I used harissa paste in place of half of the sambal - I found that there was only one teaspoon sambal left in the jar, so I came up with adding some harissa for the other 3 spoons. I'll definitely make this again using all sambal, but even this way it was fabulous. Thanks for sharing!<br/>Made for Make My Recipe Reunion Tag Game for the AUS/NZ Forum.
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