Ikan Bakar

Ikan Bakar is a Malaysian  and most of the South East Asian countries dish of fish or other forms of seafood  grilled using charcoal. The word literally means "burnt fish" in Malay. Usually, the meat is marinated  (with spices and sometimes sambal belacan) and then grilled; sometimes with a banana leaf between the seafood and hotplate. Some of the popular forms of seafood besides fish include squid (locally known as sotong) and stingray.

Ikan Bakar is a Malaysian dish of fish or other forms of seafood grilled using charcoal. The word literally means "grill fish" in Malay. Usually the meat is marinated (with spices and sometimes sambal belacan) and then grilled, sometimes with a banana leaf between the seafood and hotplate. Some of the popular forms of seafood besides fish include squid (sotong) and stingray. And Always Eat with grounded chili paste or squeeze lime over it!

The smell of burnt banana leaves imparts the fish with a smoky flavor and the spice paste infuses the fish fillet with layers upon layers of spicy taste. It is always very spicy but taste very nice.

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