Cambodian cooking (including catfish) is very similar to Thai cooking, which shares the influence of Vietnam, China and Indonesia.
This Malaysian seafood dish features serranos, but piquins may be substituted if you would like to experience a little more heat.
The Mekong Catfish above is a good example of why some catfish and groupers are called “the pigs of the sea.” Freshness is the key to Asian seafood.
There are a great number of variations on this favorite Bajan specialty. Flying fish is sometimes found frozen in Florida markets; if it’s not available, substitute any mild white fish, such as flounder.
Jeff Corydon collected this spicy flounder recipe in Indonesia. He found the area endowed with coastal waters, lakes and rivers. “Acar” refers to the pungent sweet and sour vegetables or relish typical of the region. 1 (2-pound) whole flounder 1 teaspoon coarse kosher salt 1 teaspoon ground cayenne 4 dried […]