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ingredients: (makes 1 plate)

500 g (or one portion) snakehead fish
100 g bean sprouts
25 g tamarind or sau (dracontomelum fruit)
20 g tomato
2 stalks each Asian basil, saw-leaf herbs, rice paddy herbs,and green onion
5 g sugar
1 bulb shallot, diced
1 chili
30 ml cooking oil
10 g salt
Fish sauce, salt, and pepper to taste

Preparation:

1. Dress fish, rub with salt to remove grease, de-bone, and cut into chunks measuring 2x4x5 cm. Marinate with fish sauce, salt, pepper and diced shallot for 10 minutes.
2. Remove peel of tamarind or sau and boil in 200 ml of water. Crush and filter to make a sour broth.
3. Cut tomato lengthwise into six parts and remove seeds.
4. Rinse and drain bean sprouts.
5. Dice Asian basil, saw-leaf herbs, rice paddy herbs and green onion.
6. Slice chili, remove seeds, put half into a dish of fish sauce to make a dipping sauce, and put the other half aside.

Cooking:

1. In a pan, bring 1.2 liter of water together with the sour broth to a boil. Add fish sauce, salt, and sugar to taste; add fish and chopped tomato and cook together.
2. After 5 minutes when the fish is cooked through, add bean sprouts, Asian basil, saw-leaf herbs, rice paddy herbs and green onion and wait until water returns to a boil. Add cooking oil and the remaining chili.
3. Ladle into two large bowls, sprinkle with pepper. Serve hot. Dip fish into chili and fish sauce mixture.




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