{featured recipe} Perut Ikan recipe on Nyonya Food

12 May
2010

 

Madam Kwong’s Perut Ikan (Nyonya Stewed Fish Stomach with Vegetables) is featured on Nyonya Food.  This  recipe was written a while ago on my blog.  I gladly share it with Bee of Rasa Malaysia and Nyonya Food.  So hop over there or check this recipe on this blog.

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forex robot

May 13th, 2010 at 3:26 pm

found your site on del.icio.us today and really liked it.. i bookmarked it and will be back to check it out some more later

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May

May 18th, 2010 at 12:04 am

Dear Madam Kwong,

Where can I find daun kadok and pickled fish stomach in Melbourne please?

Many thanks,
May

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madamkwong

May 18th, 2010 at 7:29 am

Hi May, you can get daun kadok from a Vietnamese grocer in Richmond called Fresh Fruit (I think). The shop next to RetraVision. If it is not displayed, ask for it from the counter. There’s always stock available. You can’t really buy the pickled fish stomach as I did the preserving myself. If you can get fish stomach from the fishmonger, clean the the stomach thoroughly. Coat the stomach with seasalt/coarse salt. You can use it immediately but preferably you need to preserve it for a month. Good luck~

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May

May 18th, 2010 at 5:42 pm

Thanks Madam Kwong for your quick reply. I shall try out the Vietnamese Grocer then. Do I mention daun Kadok or is there another name that these leaves are known to the Vietnamese? Also with the fish stomach, do you go to an Asian fish monger or any fish monger will do? And do I simply mention fish stomach and they will know what to do? Any particular fish that I need to mention to them? Sorry for the many questions… I’ve been wanting to make perut ikan for many years and finally courtesy of your generosity, I get to give it a go. I am super excited.

May

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May

May 18th, 2010 at 5:44 pm

And one last question, do I have to keep the preserved fish stomach in the fridge?

Thanks again,
May

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madamkwong

May 18th, 2010 at 6:01 pm

Hi May, ask the lady at the counter (the owner is at the counter most of the time, if you’ve found the right grocer) for betel leaves. You’ll able to spot it where all the herbs are. I got the fish stomach from an Asian fishmonger. You will need to clean the stomach yourself. I doubt they will clean it for you. I’ve used Hapuka or any kind of fish is fine. Once you’ve cleaned and coated the fish stomach, preserved it in a clean bottle. Refrigerate the stomach. It will last for a long time.

Good luck! Perut Ikan is best eaten the next day and next, and the next day lol.

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May

May 19th, 2010 at 1:34 pm

Thanks a million for your help, really appreciate them!

May

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