In cold days like today, one hot steamed rice bowl with Braised Indian Mackerel Fish with Bamboo is so great. Came from many delish Vietnamese Fish Recipes, today I would like to introduce this dish to all you guys.

Braised Indian Mackerel Fish with Bamboo Shoots (Cá Bạc Má Kho Măng)
Frying fish before braising with bamboo is the good way to reduce its fishy smell. Let us start cooking one of amazing Vietnamese Fish Recipes right now.


3 Indian mackerel fishes
400g baby bamboo shoots
1 bunch of spring onion (use ONLY white parts)
Fish sauce, chili, pepper, sugar, salt.


Step 1: Clean fishes with salt and wash again with water. Slice some lines on their bodies, apply a little salt on their bodies and wait in 15 minutes. Peel off the harsh part of bamboo shoots. Boil in hot water to reduce all poition from it. Wash many times with water and wait to get dry.

Braised Indian Mackerel Fish with Bamboo Shoots (Cá Bạc Má Kho Măng)

Step 2: Fry quickly in 5 – 7 minutes fish (both sides). Put on plate added paper napkin to absorb oil. Use that pan again, fry purple onion until it is fragrant. Continue add bamboo shoots and fry gently. Here is also the first step to create one of stunning Vietnamese Fish Recipes.
Braised Indian Mackerel Fish with Bamboo Shoots (Cá Bạc Má Kho Măng)

Step 3: Next, arrange fried fish on top of bamboo shoots. Season with 2 tablespoons fish sauce, 1 teaspoon Maggie Seasoning Powder (or half salt + half sugar), ½ tablespoon chili powder, smashed white part of spring onion, some hot chilies, 1 teaspoon sugar syrup and 1 bowl of water. Cook with small heat in 15 minutes, season again to suit your flavour, continue braise in 15 minutes and finish.
Braised Indian Mackerel Fish with Bamboo Shoots (Cá Bạc Má Kho Măng)

Finally, you already can serve this dish for your family meal. Eating in rainy days is a best choice. Who agree with me? Do not miss our next Vietnamese Fish Recipes soon. Have a good appetite and Good luck for your cooking.
Braised Indian Mackerel Fish with Bamboo Shoots (Cá Bạc Má Kho Măng)

From Vietnamese Food Team.

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