Ikan bakar literally translated means “burned fish”. It is traditionally a Malaysian dish of charcoal-grilled fish or a type of seafood dish if you put it in general terms. The grilled seafood is especially popular within the vicinity of peninsular Malaysia. It is quite popular among the Malays as it is traditionally a Malay dish. The fish is usually marinated with a mixture of spices pastes and belacan or sweet soy sauce depending on the restaurant. It is then grilled on a sheet of banana leaf placed in between the seafood and charcoal. Below is a list of Ikan Bakar restaurants that’ll be surely the better ones around nonetheless suiting to your taste.
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You could say that this would be a traditional culinary piece that’s whipped up or more like char-grilled mackerel up to perfection. Its texture and colour is on point giving a lightly crisp sides for a crunchy feel. Rested on a bed of sauteed vegetables and mashed yam for a sweet juicy touch. Topped with lemon slices and a stem of thyme leaves for a finishing touch to give that freshly hint of zest. Accompanied with sambal and mango chutney as the side sauce to your meal. Indeed, a simple and hearty meal that’s enough to fill up your protein intake for the day.More info
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