A simple, tasty meat and salted fish dish that goes well with rice or porridge. I cooked this dish with home-made salted fish fillet. It's a surprisingly good dish where the meat pieces absorb the salty, sweet flavour the salted fish. I keep telling my hubby that the meat and salted fish are so tasty. The pork tenderloin can be replaced by meaty chicken thighs.
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Recipe Source - Yum Yum Magazine No. 80 - Chicken and Salted Fish
300 gm pork tenderlion - sliced thinly [can replace by 2 chicken thighs]
1 small piece of salted fish fillet - rinsed and cut
1 spring onions - cut 1 inch length
1 big onion - cut wedges [optional]
1 tbsp oil
some chopped garlic
a few slices of ginger
8 dried chillies - soaked and cut
1 tbsp each of oyster sauce and light soy sauce
1 tsp each of dark soy sauce and sugar
1/2 tsp salt
150-200 ml water
- Heat wok with some oil, pan fry salted fish pieces until golden. Dish up and set aside.
- Leave 1 tbsp oil in wok, saute ginger and garlic until aromatic. Add in dried chillies. Fry until fragrant.
- Add in the meat, stir fry to mix well and add in seasoning. Add water and bring to boil.
- Lower heat to simmer until meat is tender, return fried salted fish and fry until well mixed and gravy reduced.
- Add in onions [if using] and spring onions. Mix well and dish up to serve.
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