Pla nung horapa
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Pla nung horapa
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:18:17 AM. Recipe ID 49060. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Pla nung horapa
 Categories: Main dish, Seafood, Thai, Asian
      Yield: 6 Servings
           -Gail Shimizu BWHT68A
      2 lb Whole red snapper or
           -white fish
      1 ts Galanga; finely chopped
    1/2 tb Lemon grass; *
      6    Medium fresh red chilies
      2 tb Red onions; chopped
      1 tb Preserved soy beans,
           -(Tao Geo Kao)
      1 tb Fish sauce (Nam Pla)
      1 ts Kaffir lime leaves;
           -thinly sliced
    1/2 c  Basil leaves,
           -(Thai basils preferred)
  (Thai Steamed Fish with Basil)
   * Sliced thinly-crosswise (use the base only, about 2 or 3 inches
  from the root)
  DIRECTIONS: Chop coarsely--the Galanga, lemon grass, onions, chilies
  and soy beans in a blender or food processor (add a tbsp of water if
  necessary). Wash, clean and pat dry the fish well. Cut 3-4 deep slits
  crosswise on both sides and cover with the spice mixture pushing the
  mixture into the slits. Place the dressed fish in a platter deep
  enough to accommodate extra liquid when the fish is cooked.
   Place the platter in the steamer. Sprinkle basils and Kaffir lime
  leaves. Place 2 pieces of paper towels over the top but not on the
  fish to catch any excess moisture while steaming. Cover and steam
  over high heat for 20 minutes or until fish is fully cooked. Serve
  immediately with cooked rice.
   NOTE: All the listed ingredients can be found in any Thai grocery

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Recipe ID 49060 (Apr 03, 2005)

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