2008-11-07

Recipe for Marinated Raw Fish

I love Raw Fish. It's been a while since I have made any. Here's the recipe - believe me once you try it you won't be able to get enough of it!!!!

Marinated Raw Fish


Ingredients



  • 500 g white fish fillets

  • 1 teaspoon salt

  • 1/2 cup lemon juice

  • 1/2 lemon , sliced

  • 2 tomatoes, diced

  • 1 medium onion, finely chopped

  • 400 ml Coconut Cream (You can get it a tin at
    the supermarket)


Directions



  1. Cut fish into cubed pieces.

  2. Sprinkle with salt then lemon juice.

  3. Cover and chill for 2 hours or overnight or
    until fish whitens, stirring occasionally.

  4. Put in onion, coconut cream, tomatoes and
    cucumber, and garnish with 1/2 lemon slices.

  5. Serve chilled.

10 comments:

  1. mmm yummy! We could have raw fish pot luck dinner, I love it!

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  2. Yum....that sounds like a really good idea. I'll have to get my surfcaster out and get down to Batley to catch some Kahawai

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  3. Is that fish with the bones taken out? I ask because while the adult me likes fish a lot, usually cooked but raw can be yummy-as, the kiddie-me still remembers horror-story fish fingers where you're happily munching away one minute, and pulling out bits of bone from between the teeth (or worse) the next.

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  4. Yes Ice take the bones out definitely - otherwise not a good scene. Cube it up without mr bones to get in the way there. Heck now I think I won't be eating anymore fish fingers!!!!LOL

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  5. I haven't had any problems with fish-fingers since, but then again I rarely buy fish fingers. Probably hard-wired not to.

    Picked up a bone once from a piece of terakihi at LJS a few weeks ago -- I almost felt betrayed! That was a oncer, though.

    When I was little, fish to me seemed tasteless. It wasn't my favourite dish. Then, I discovered sauces, like tartare. Now I can eat fish with or without a little taste help, it's nice stuff.

    I think I've had raw fish before now. Can't remember who with (I don't trust myself in preparing anything like that that would be edible, food preparation and me just don't gel, you know that) but I enjoyed it. At least that's what the note in my mental file says.

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  6. As I recall that was a certain trip down to Thames several years back? And it was gorgeous she did a wonderful job of it. You know who I am meaning. fish fingers still taste - like nothing but tartare sauce and thousand island dressing is jus yum.

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  7. Bliss is some terakihi and potato fritters from the takeaway around the corner, and an open jar of tartare for dipping.

    Might treat myself tomorrow when I get back, before the election craziness takes hold.

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  8. Yum.....that sounds nice. Oh yes the election. I have actually talked my mother into voting this time!!!!

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  9. Thanks for the recipe will try it out soon, cheers Bridget

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  10. Hi Bridget. Glad I could help and at least the comment page is working. Have a great weekend.

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