Assalamualaikum.. we meet again.. As mentioned above.. I just want to share a very simple and easy recipe because you can served this in 1 hour only.. It's very suitable for people who don't have much time to prepare iftar for their family.. but at the same time can reduce your calories.. uhuuu... it sounds full of healthy right? Yes... of course.. I guess I can say it looks like a fish soup but the colour is not like an ordinary soup .. the colour is yellow and still transparent.. Who cares...sometime english soups also have colour and not transparent like tomato soup..hurmm.. Other than that.. me myself also loves this kind of recipe because it has sour tastes which is very suitable for people who do not feeling well and can not accept the heavy dishes. Heavy dishes here mean dishes served using coconut milk. For information, woman usually sometimes do not have appetite to eat something oily and milky for a certain time. Hurmm... I can guarantee women out there know why..^_^ .. But I am not very sure about men either they know or not..hihihi..
Okay...here we go for the recipe..
A few slices of jenahak fish
*2 small of red onion
*10 small chilles
*2 cloves of garlic
*3 x 2 cm ginger
2 x 1 cm galangal
Plain water - choices
a piece of tamarind (asam keping)
1. For the fish, mixed with some turmeric powder and salt. Fried until the fish turned into golden yellow
2. For the ingredients marked with *, cut into small slices. Punch the galangal and lemongrass roughly until the juice is appeared
3. Heat the oil and add onion, chilies and garlic. Fried until fragrant and lastly add garlic.
4. Add the fried jenahak and stir well. Add a few bottle of plain water and stir slowly
5. Put the lemongrass, tamarind and galangal and let the soup boil until the bubbles come pop out.
6. Put some salt if need and stir slowly. Turned off the fire and ready to be served.