Thursday, April 19, 2012

White onion sauce dori fish

Hmm.. I could only eat dori fish this time because I can't smell any fishy fish >_<. Well, this recipe might be a bit Indonesian and Italian because the white-ish color for the sauce. I got this recipe firstly from, then I modified it jusstt a bit. I buy the frozen dori fish for a pack (usually consists 4 fillets) about 60-80 thousand in IDR. It has no smell and cooking it is so easy, but be careful it's kinda fragile and sticky to even teflon coated pan. The tenderness is what I like beside the non-smelled fish.


2 dori fish fillet
1 tbsp lemon juice
1/2 tsp white pepper powder
2 tsp salt

1 tbsp butter
half onion (small) or more if you like
1 tbsp chopped garlic
1 tbsp all purpose flour
200 mL skim milk (any liquid milk)
1/2 tsp white pepper powder
1 tsp salt
1 tsp parsley leaf (Indonesian: peterseli)

Garnish (option) :
any vegetables you like
lemon for dressing
How to make:
1. Coat the fish with salt and pepper, lemon juice, and garlic evenly. Marinate for a few minutes.
2. Heat the non-coating pan and melt the butter then fried the marinated fish until it cooked (no transparent meat inside the fish). Set aside
3. For the sauce: stir the onion and garlic until withered (Indonesian: layu) then pour the flour, stir. Pour the milk and cook until thick.
Butter-fried dori-sauce
4. Set the plate with the cooked fillet and vegetables, pour the sauce and garnish with lemon. Enjoy!

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