Thursday, 19 September 2013

Simple Pan Fried Norwegian Blue Mackerel with Pandan Leaves (Screwpines)

Hubby bought 2 packets of Norwegian Blue Mackerel and of course I was grinning from ear to ear as my children love this fish very much.  It's very yummy just with simple pan fried and this time I pan fried it with pandan leaves.  
Ingredients :
- 3 pcs of mackerel fillet or any fish depending on your preference (washed, slit and marinated with salt for 30 minutes)
- 3 pandan leaves
- Japanese Black Sesame Sauce
- 1 tbsp oil
Method :
1)  Wrap pandan leaves around the marinated fish.  
2)  Heat a tbsp oil in a pan and arrange the fish.  Pan fry over medium low heat.
3)  Pan fry until both sides are slightly brown or cooked.  
4)  Turn off the heat.  Add Japanese black sesame sauce over the fish and quickly pan fry both sides with the heat off.  Remember not to overheat the fish or else the sauce will get burn pretty fast.
5)  Dish up and serve.
Very easy to prepare and yummy too
Hope you like this and do try to cook this for your family



I am submitting this Post to Little Thumbs Up September - Pandan hosted by Joceline @ Butter, Flour & Me, organized by Z OE @ Bake For Happy Kids and Little Mui Mui @ My Favourites DIY .


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26 comments:

  1. I hope i can have it for my lunch now!

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  2. amboi amboiii amboiii...pandan lagi?
    ini macam boleh pupus pandan dalam ini dunia! arhaahaha joke joke jer ni...

    wow, sure wangi ikan bakar ni, kan ivy dear?
    tapi tak sure la sos bijan hitam tu akak boleh makan ker tak? hmmm..kena fikir benda lain yg sesuai untuk menggantikannya mungkin?

    thanks for sharing ya ivy dear...kalau makan tu ingat2lah kat orang di sini hihihi...

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    1. Kak Q, memang, daun pandan I dah BOTAK! hahaha... Eh.... yang sos bijan hitam tu, Kak Q boleh gantikan dengan sos epal. Hari itu, I masak dengan sos epal dan rasanya memang enaklah. Ok ok ok.... I masak yang lebih sedap untuk Kak Q, ok? Then, kita makan di tepi sungai sehingga menjilat jari...... Slurrpppp....

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  3. Another must try recipe, pandan and fish are very popular in my house. Love the fragrant of the leaves wrapped and pan fried to a marvelous level.

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  4. Another must try recipe. Pandan and fish are very popular as part of the ingredients I use. Love the wrap and the scent of pandan over the fish.

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  5. This recipe looks fabulous , love that you used the pandan leaves to cook it .
    A very delicious and healthy way to prepare fish!

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    1. Thanks Daniela for visiting my humble blog and your sweet words. Best regards :)

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  6. Hi Ivy, that's a very delightful comfort dish. With the pandan leaves, I'm sure it smell and taste heavenly. I need extra rice for this fish. :))

    Have a lovely day and happy mid autumn festival.

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    1. Thank Amelia dear :) You too, do enjoy your mid-autumn festival with your family :)

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  7. Hi Ivy , what an awesome recipe and it's a must try trcipe this weekend thanks for sharing :).

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  8. Looks so good! Can you pass that plate over? Thank you! :)
    Hope you have a wonderful delicious weekend!

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  9. Wow, pan fried fish with pandan leaves looks very tempting, yummy....

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  10. Hi Ivy,

    Like your idea of cooking your fishes with pandan leaves. They must be very fragrant :D

    Zoe

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  11. You create the best fish meals Ivy! And healthy too!!! Thanks for sharing...

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    1. Thanks Louise and have a wonderful day ahead :)

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  12. Yummy and I love the use of pandan in my grill dishes...

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