You will not believe how quick you can pull this ridiculously summery and fancy dish together. You can prep everything the night before and just leave the grilling to ten minutes before you eat.
Fish sauce and palm sugar can be found at any Asian market, they have such mouthwatering flavors that you don’t have to worry about not using them again and again!
This is my version of sweet and sour chicken. You won’t feel heavy or gross after and you will love the light flavors. This reheats remarkably well because you are cooking the chicken until it is just done, not overcooking. If it is quicker for you, you can put all the ingredients in a food processor or blender instead of chopping it all! If you don’t like cilantro or peanuts you can use cashews, almonds and fresh mint or basil or just eat as is!
This is a fun side dish, with surprising flavors! The mint and apple add a refreshing component to this simple and quick yet unique dish.
In Israel red mullet is called bori fish. It is a white buttery fish if not over cooked. The trick to fish tasting buttery and not fishy is a fresh fish and not overcooked!