Resep Pampis Ikan Cakalang Fufu Khas Manado (Menadonese Spicy Shredded Smoked Skipjack Tuna)

Resep Pampis Ikan Cakalang Fufu Khas Manado ikan tongkol asap pedas cabe rica ricaPampis Ikan Cakalang Fufu khas Manado, Pampis is a  stir fry shredded fish in a spicy chili seasoning, while ikan means fish and cakalang is a local name of skipjack tuna. Cakalang Fufu is a Menadonese word for ikan asap or smoked fish. Ikan cakalang fufu made of fresh skipjack tuna, slightly different from my Homemade Smoked Salmon recipe, cakalang fufu is hot smoked without priorly being cured. This made the cakalang fufu texture is as hard as a fucking rock, similiar to Japanese katsuobushi fish. Cakalang fufu it’s uncommon to consume directly unless it’s cooked before, pampis is one of the populer dish made of it. Pampis ikan cakalang fufu is a similiar dish with  Indian fish puttu, a drier version  of pampis is called abon ikan or fish floss, it’s also called fish rousong in China or serunding ikan in Malaysia.

recipe spicy shredded fish stir fry chilli pampis ikan fish rousong serunding ikanResep Pampis Ikan Cakalang Fufu is a very popular and hearthy menu from North Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. Pampis is  another popular halal dish from Menadonese Cuisine, beside Iga Bakar Rica-Ric(Barbequed Short Ribs), Ikan Baronang Bakar Rica-Rica(Grilled Fish) and also Garo Rica Bunga Pepaya(Stir Fry Papaya Blossoms with Chilli and Smoked Skipjack). Pampis ikan cakalang fufu usually eaten as a side dish of Tinutuan or Bubur Manado (Manadonese Vegetable Porridge), as a stuffing for panada bread, similiar stuffed deep fried bread like empanada. But for me, i actually lovin it with bread sandwich or steaming hot rice, quicky kicking dish for breakfast supper.

resep pampis ikan pedas khas Manado cakalang fufu tongkol asap tumis pedas

resep pampis pedas ikan cakalang asap masakan menado spicy shredded fish rousong

It’s too obvious that Indonesin food taste mostly hot and spicy. Generous ammount of bird eye chilli is a commonly used in masakan Manado or Manadonese cuisine, that’s why most of Manadonese recipe above named after rica or chilli.  Pampis ikan cakalang contains variant of fragrance leaves; pandan leaves, kaffir lime leaves, scallion, turmeric leaves,  and daun kemangi (lemon basil). Pandan leaves is a potent fragrance leaves thats very common add to Manadonese cuisine like iga sapi bakar bumbu rica-rica or grilled ribs with hot chilli sauce. Instead of thinly sliced, you can tide up the pandan and turmeric leaves before using it if you din’t much appreciate the flavour. Pandan leaves got a very potent aromas, you need only a little of that because it can easily overpowering the savoury dish. Other fragrance ingredient that usually used in Manadonese cuisines is  and lemongrass, diffrent from Padangnese cuisines like  Indonesian Beef Rendang, Kalio Sapi (Wet Rendang) or Beef Gulai, the kaffir lime leaves and the lemongrass in Manadonese dish is not discarded after cooking, instead it’s thinly sliced. Thats why you use  only the soft  white part of the lemongrass  into it.

resep pampis khas manado ikan cakalang fufu asap pedas tumis shredded spicy fish

cakalang fufu ikan tongkol asap smoked skipjack tuna fish resep pampis pedas

Authentic pampis recipe using ikan cakalang fufu or smoked skipjack tuna, i’m lucky enough to find the vaccum packed cakalang fufu fron Careffour Supermarket. Many of pampis recipes across the internet using fresh skipjack tuna or other white fleshes fish. The whole fresh fish or fish fillets steamed and then shredded before stir fried with the spices. This version is good enought, but you’ll missed the distinct smokey flavour, so i guess the fresh fish fillets is better be grilled irahter than steamed before shredded. The fish fillet is slowly grilled over medium high heat wood charcoal to made the smoke penetrated better into the fish flesh and made the fish fillets firmer and drier. The grilled fish give a savoury flavour and smokey aromas to the dish. Any hot smoked fish will suitable for making pampis, even the rock hard smoked fish like katsuobushi (Japanese smoked skipjack tuna), you can steamed it first to soften it a little bit and made it’s easier to shredded.

pampis ikan cakalang asap manado resep tongkol tumis pedas rica rica sulawesi utara

Resep Pampis Cakalang Fufu Pedas Khas Manado:

Stir Fry Shredded Fish in Manadonese Spicy and Hot Style

Ingredients :

  • 500 gr ikan cakalang fufu, you can replace with smoked or grilled whole ell, halibut, dori, salmon or other white fleshes fish, sheddered
  • 6 cloves garlic (Bawang Putih), thinly sliced
  • 12 shalots (Bawang Merah), thinly sliced
  • 50 gr or more bird eye chillies (Cabe Rawit Hijau dan Merah), roughly chopped
  • 2 scallions (Daun Bawang), thinly sliced
  • 1/2 cup lemon basil leaves (Daun Kemangi), finely chopped
  • 5 cm pandan leaves (Daun Pandan), thinly sliced
  • 3 cm ginger (Jahe), finely chopped
  • 2 kaffir lime leaves (Daun Jeruk Purut), deveined and thinly sliced
  • 2 lemongrass (Sereh), peeled and use the soft while part only, crosswisely sliced
  • 1 medium size turmeric leaves (Daun Kunyit), deveined and thinly sliced
  • 1 tsp turmeric powder (Bubuk Kunyit)
  • 1 medium size carrot (Wortel), jullienned*optional
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2 tbsp oil for stir frying

Instruction:

  1. Heat up oil in a wok pan, saute garlic, sliced scallions, ginger and shallots until slightly browned
  2. Add the pandan leaves,turmeric leaves, kaffir lime leaves, lemongrass and chili, saute another 2 minutes
  3. Add the shredded smoked fish or grilled fresh fish and the carrot
  4. Pour 1/2 cup of water, bring to boil and season with salt, turmeric powder and pepper evenly
  5. Nearly done, add the daun kemangi or lemon basil leaves, turn off the heat and serve immediately with steaming hot rice or Manadonese Vegetables Rice Porridge/Congee
  6. You can continue to cook the pampis to made a fish floss (if only without carrot additio ), keep stir fry it in a low heat until all the ingredients completely dry and it could last longer without refrigeration.

You May Also Like (Click!)

resep tinutuan bubur manado vegetable rice porridgeresep garo bunga pepaya tumis cakalang fufu menado pedasbalinese style baby back ribs barbeque pork ribs sweet soy sauce resep babi panggang bali bumbu kecap manis

resep woku ikan belanga goropa kerapu spicy fish soupbeef rendang recipe resep rendang padangresep palumara ulu juku palu kepala ikan kakap kuah kuning

resep iga bakar rica rica 1resep ikan baronang bakar rica rica sambal dabu dabu enakresep nasi bakar beras merah puregreen

resep gulai ikan coconut curry fishpaella valenciana recipe chicken rabbit snails spanish riceresep gulai kepiting kari saus cabe hijau ijo green chilli curry crab

abalone porridge recipe korea rice porridge  abalonesteamed glutinous rice dimsum wrap lotus leaves lo mai gai recipe chinese dimsumrecipe crab thai green curry hot spicy

biryani lamb rice recipe resep nasi biryani arab enakindonesian rendang recipe beef rendang from indonesia authentic kaliomilanese risotto saffron recipe

pumpkin risotto recipe making squash risottoporcini mushrooms risotto brown rice risotto italian rice recipearroz negre italian squid ink rice paella risotto

Dried Scallop Rice Porridge or Chinese Conpoy Congee Recipefilet mignon recipe tenderloin wagyu bacon wrappedradicchio risotto cheese recipe grilled mantis shrimp

grill fish in banana leaf recipe sanma japanese pike mackarel fishThai style steamed fish mouse grouper steamed with chilli tamarind mushrooms black bean humpback grouper recipetinola chicken recipe soup philliphine ginger green papaya chili leaves

resep pepes tempoyak ikan pedas brengkes durian palembangchicken wrap betel leaves wrapped vietnamese recipe grilled lolot peppersteam crab lotus leaf recipe spicy black bean paste chili garlic sauce

34 thoughts on “Resep Pampis Ikan Cakalang Fufu Khas Manado (Menadonese Spicy Shredded Smoked Skipjack Tuna)

  1. This looks and sounds amazing Dedy. I like really hot but my husband doesn’t enjoy it, he likes a little hot. Skipjack tuna in North America is reserved for canned tuna and it’s the really cheap stuff. Personally I don’t like it but I’ve not tried fresh or smoked before. You’re very fortunate that you have such variety at your fingertips. The dish sounds great and I would love a taste for sure.

  2. Never heard about the fish but that isn’t stopping me from loving the Asian flavors. Nice addition of lemongrass and pandan leaves. Its so tempting and perhaps I will try with any of our local catch.

  3. I love hot and spicy, so this totally works for me! Such a fun recipe — the flavors in this looks incredible. Plus it’s a pretty dish! Thanks.

  4. You always have interesting and exotic dishes…and I al always learning reading your post…looks delicious…and indeed very flavorful!
    Hope you are having a great week Dedy😀

  5. Another amazing, exotic dish! If I ever go to Indonesia I must taste it (I won’t find the “hard as rock” skipjack tuna here, alas…) because it looks absolutely luscious.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s