These Japanese Beef Croquettes are crispy on the outside with creamy and soft interior. They are made with combination of mashed potatoes, beef, and onion, then formed into patties, coated with breadcrumbs, and deep fried until golden brown. You can choose to serve them as…
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I made this Crispy Dory Fillets with Sambal Matah using the Sambal Matah recipe I previously posted. The dish is actually very easy and one of the most popular ways to serve with the condiment.
Originally from Bali, sambal matah can be translated as “raw sambal” or “raw chili sauce.” It is made from chilies, shallots, lemongrass, garlic, kaffir lime leaves, lime juice, and shrimp paste. After the ingredients are chopped, hot oil is added to fuse the whole flavor and aroma of the ingredients. Just like other sambal, sambal matah is spicy with umami flavor notes. The difference is sambal matah tastes lighter and refreshing.
When it comes to cooking, the best method to preserve the soft texture and light flavor of john dory is by keeping everything simple. For that reason, I decided to deep-fried the john dory fillets in crispy batter to keep it as light as possible. The crispy fried john dory is then topped with spicy and tangy sambal matah. Nevertheless, it has me wanting to spoon the dish over and over again. Continue reading Crispy Dory Fillets with Sambal Matah