Steamed Curried Fish - Haw Moak ห่อหมก

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Traditionally, haw mok comes in a banana leaf folded into the shape of a bowl.  You can find frozen banana leaves at many Asian stores.  When the banana leaves are not available, I use small dishes instead.

 

2 Servings, Prep Time: 20 Minutes, Total Time: 30 Minutes

Tips and Techniques

  • The most popular haw mok are made with fish or crab but you’ll also find other meats as well. Fish like trout, tilapia, salmon or haddock tastes wonderful in this dish.
  • Another favorite of the lining vegetable is bitters leaves from a tree that is widely grown in Thailand. If you get a chance to have ‘haw moak’ in Thailand, ask for ‘bai yaw’.
  • Red Curry Paste can be substituted for basic Red Curry Paste.
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