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Banana Leaf Grilled Fish
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Step by step
For 2 servings
Place a fish fillet on 2 overlapping pieces of banana leaves, each cut into large rectangles capable of wrapping around the fillet. Rub half of the Homiah Singaporean Laksa paste all over the fish.
Wrap the banana leaves tightly around the fish (similar to how you would wrap a burrito), securing it with toothpicks to prevent the banana leaf from unfolding. Repeat steps 1-2 for the other fillet.
Place a griddle or cast iron pan over high heat and brush with the oil. When the pan just starts to smoke, place the two parceled fish on the pan and turn the heat down to medium. Let the fish cook for 3 minutes, then flip it over and cook for another 5 minutes. The banana leaf may begin to blacken and tear open, which is expected.
To serve, tease open the banana leaf to reveal the fish inside, and serve with a side of rice. Enjoy!
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