Prep 40 minutes
Total 4 hours
Serves
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Nicki Tong's Balinese Coconut Fish
Inspired by a visit to a yoga retreat - tastes delicious and looks stunning on the plate!





Our thanks to Nicki Tong for providing this recipe.

Ingredients
  • 300 g Tuna
  • 1 tbsp Grated creamed coconut
  • 1 tsp Cumin
  • 1 tsp Turmeric
  • Pinch of Cayenne Pepper
  • ½ tsp Salt
  • 1 dsp Sesame Oil or Coconut Oil
  • 1 dsp Honey or Sweet Chili Sauce
  • Fresh Coriander to garnish
  1. Cut up the tuna in to small cubes approximately 0.5 cm x 0.5 cm
  2. Mix all of the other ingredients together & mix with the tuna.
  3. Lay out 2 rectangular sheets of either tin foil or banana leaves & form a thick compact “sausage” shape with the tuna mixture on each sheet. Roll the sheets up tightly & twist the ends closed.
  4. Place the rolls in a refrigerator for a few hours or overnight to allow the flavours to blend & the rolls to bind together.
  5. Remove from the fridge about an hour before cooking, then place the foil/banana leaf rolls in an ovenproof dish & place in the oven at 170 degrees (fan) for about 20 minutes (take care not to overcook the tuna or it will dry out).
  6. Remove from the oven & stand for 5 minutes before serving, still in the cooking foil/leaf.
  7. Serve with rice and a mango or tomato salsa, plus some plain yoghurt. Garnish with fresh coriander.
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