• National Papaya Month - 1

    From Dave Drum@1:2320/105 to All on Wed Jun 7 15:25:00 2023
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    Title: Paper Wrapped Scallops w/Papaya Salad
    Categories: Asian, Seafood, Fruits, Chilies
    Yield: 4 Servings

    1 bn Coriander roots
    1 (5cm) piece lemongrass
    1 1/2 cl Garlic
    1 Red chile; chopped
    1 Green chile; chopped
    1 (1") piece ginger
    1/4 c Coconut cream
    10 Prawns
    5 Scallops
    1/2 tb Lime juice
    1 1/2 tb Fish sauce
    1 1/2 ts Sugar
    3 Lime leaves
    8 Shallots; chopped
    1 pk Rice paper
    1 Papaya
    4 tb Lime juice
    3 tb Fish sauce
    4 tb Soft brown sugar

    Fill a coffee grinder with the coriander roots and blitz,
    then add the lemongrass, garlic and chillies and blitz
    again. Scoop out this mixture and place in a frying pan
    with the coconut milk. You want to reduce the liquid a
    little, so move the milk around and let it bubble away for
    5 minutes. Add the lime juice, fish sauce and sugar and
    keep the pan moving.

    Cut the scallops and prawns into 1/2 inch pieces and
    remove the muscle from the scallops. Add these to the
    sauce and keep moving. Let the seafood cook for 1 minute.
    Once cooked remove the pan from the heat and transfer
    everything to a bowl. Place the bowl over another bowl
    filled with iced water. Fold 8 shallots into the sauce.

    To soften the rice paper, place the sheets into medium to
    hot water for a few minutes.

    To make up the rolls, take one piece of rice paper and
    spoon some of the filling into the middle of the paper.
    Place a piece of coriander and basil at either end of the
    paper so that when the paper is rolled up, the leaves
    stick out. Roll up the paper carefully.

    Peel and cut julienne a papaya and place in a bowl. Add to
    it the lime juice, fish sauce and brown sugar and mix to
    combine. Serve on a plate on the side of the paper rolls
    and with some coriander sprigs.

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  • From Dave Drum@1:2320/105 to All on Wed Sep 27 11:12:00 2023
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    Title: Mahi Mahi w/Spicy Papaya Salsa
    Categories: Oriental, Seafood, Salsas, Fruits, Citrus
    Yield: 2 Servings

    2 Mahi Mahi (or other firm
    - fleshed fish) steaks
    Salt & white pepper

    2 ts Plum sauce
    1 ts Soy sauce
    1/4 c Asian pear; diced
    1 ts Cilantro
    1 ts Jalapeno
    1 ts Serrano
    1 tb Red onion
    1 tb Lemon juice
    1 ts Honey
    1 ts Sugar
    1 tb Red bell pepper; diced

    Papaya, sliced in a fan
    - shape for garnish
    Kiwi; peeled, sliced in
    - coins for a garnish

    Mahi Mahi: Season the fish with a little salt and white
    pepper. Grill quickly on a non-stick surface. The fish is
    done when it turns opaque throughout and flakes to a fork.

    Salsa: Mix all of the ingredients together and adjust the
    flavor with honey, or brown sugar.

    Arrange the fan of papaya and the kiwi coins on a plate.
    Add a piece of the grilled fish, then spoon a serving of
    the salsa next to the fish. Enjoy!

    Source: "Yan Can Cook," Martin Yan : PBS Series, 11/8/94

    From: http://www.recipesource.com

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