Grilled Fish Soy Sauce Recipe, Simple Spicy Sweet and Spicy with Teflon

This Grilled Fish Soy Sauce Recipe is a step-by-step recipe for grilling fish with soy sauce over a Teflon pan instead of burning coals. It’s incredibly simple to cook and doesn’t require a lot of seasoning.
The Simple Teflon Grilled Fish Recipe is spicy, sweet, and delicious because it contains sweet soy sauce, chili powder, and ground pepper. Are you interested in the delicious soy sauce grilled fish recipe? Check out the whole details below!

How to Choose Fresh Mackerel Fish

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Mackerel

The primary ingredient in this recipe for Grilled Fish with Soy Sauce is mackerel. Here are some things to keep in mind when selecting mackerel:

  1. Clean Eyes

First, pay great attention to the mackerel’s eye. Fresh mackerel has clean corneas and black pupils. Also, ensure that the mackerel has convex eyes, is dazzling white in color, and does not bleed. If the eyes of a mackerel are already dull, the fish is no longer fresh.

  1. The body’s surface is slimy and thin.

By squeezing the body section of the mackerel, you can determine its texture. If the mackerel’s surface has thin mucus, it is glossy and brilliant, as well as transparent. This indicates that the mackerel is still quite fresh. Meanwhile, if the mackerel’s body surface smells fishy, the mucus is not sticky and smells awful. This indicates that the fish is no longer fresh or will decompose.

  1. Elastic with a Textured Surface

Make careful to select mackerel with an elastic texture. Try pushing the fish’s body to see if the texture of the fish flesh is firm or not. Because the texture of the thick mackerel meat shows the state of the fish,

  1. The meat remains attached to the bone

Make sure the flesh is securely linked to the ribs when chopping mackerel for processing. Because this shows that the mackerel you are purchasing is still fresh.

How to Get Rid of the Fishy Smell

First thing you must wash and eliminate the fishy scent from the fish. In order for the fish fragrance to taste better. Here are five things you may do to get rid of the fishy odor on the fish’s body:

  1. Use Cold Water to Wash

Fish that begin to smell fishy should be rinsed right away in hot water. Bacteria that have adhered to the fish’s body can be removed using this method. After cleaning the fish, pat it dry with kitchen paper. Then you may prepare it to your preference.

  1. Make use of sour-flavored ingredients.

Lemon or lime juice can be used to remove the fishy odor from seafood. To get rid of the fishy smell, marinade the fish in lemon or lime juice first. If you don’t have any of these items, you may substitute lime leaves or starfruit. It may be used in the same way that lemon and lime are.

  1. Pour in Vinegar or Vinegar

In fact, vinegar can help to neutralize the odor of fish. Vinegar, like limes and lemons, has an acidic taste that might help to neutralize the fishy stench that clings to the fish’s body. The application process is the same, namely applying vinegar to the body of the fish.

  1. Soak in Milk Liquid

You may soak the fish in milk for about 20 minutes before cooking it. Despite the fact that they both smell pleasant, the chemicals in milk can help to cut down the fishy smell of fish. Fish that has been soaked in watery milk emits a pleasant fragrance. With vibrant hues, the taste of the fish will seem fresher.

  1. Season with a variety of spices and salt.

Salt, in addition to imparting a delicious flavor to fish, has the ability to reduce the fishy odor of fish. Especially when fragrant and delectable spices are added. To neutralize the fishy aroma, add aromatic ginger, finger roots, ginger, or tamarind. If you want to make it even more wonderful, process the ground spices and marinate the fish.

Grilled Fish with Soy Sauce Recipe

Grilled Fish Soy Sauce Recipe, Simple Spicy Sweet and Spicy with Teflon

4 from 192 votes
Recipe by Sharing Masak Memasak Course: Indonesian CulinaryCuisine: IndonesiaDifficulty: Easy
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Servings

7

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Prep time

20

minutes
Cooking time

40

minutes
Calories

212

kcal

Grilled Fish Soy Sauce Recipe, Simple Spicy Sweet and Spicy with Teflon

Ingredients

  • 1/2 kg mackerel

  • 1 segment of turmeric

  • 1 piece ginger

  • 10 pieces curly red chili

  • 6 pieces cayenne pepper

  • 4 cloves red onion

  • 3 cloves garlic

  • 6 tbsp sweet soy sauce

  • 1 tsp pepper powder

  • 3 grains of candlenuts

  • 2 tbsp cooking oil

Directions

  • Using a food processor, puree the onion, garlic, cayenne pepper, curly red chile, turmeric, ginger, and candlenut. Add a few drops of frying oil.step-resep-ikan-bakar-kecap-01
  • Season with pepper, salt, chicken stock powder, and sweet soy sauce to taste. Stir in the spices until fully combined.step-resep-ikan-bakar-kecap-02
  • Rub the ground spices all over the fish’s surface. Allow it to sit for 30 minutes.step-resep-ikan-bakar-kecap-03
  • Bake the fish on a low heat in a Teflon pan. Flip it over when one side is finished. Brush with spices once more to bring out the flavors.step-resep-ikan-bakar-kecap-04
  • When it’s done, take it out and serve it.step-resep-ikan-bakar-kecap-05

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Nutrition Facts

7 servings per container

Serving Size7 servings


  • Amount Per ServingCalories212
  • % Daily Value *
  • Total Fat 13.6g 21%
    • Saturated Fat 3.1g 16%
  • Cholesterol 54mg 18%
  • Sodium 834mg 35%
  • Potassium 372mg 11%
  • Total Carbohydrate 3.5g 2%
    • Dietary Fiber 0.8g 4%
    • Sugars 0.7g
  • Protein 18.4g 37%

  • Calcium 2%
  • Iron 9%

* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.