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Pontianak's Fish Porridge

My home town dish, Pontianak fish porridge, is basically like rice soup instead of creamy like porridge. It's one of my favorite dish that I will find whenever I'm home to my home hometown :P

Pontianak's Fish Porridge

Ingredients:
Fish (Here I normally use Tilapia fish)
1 small bowl Rice
1 bowl of water
1 small sliced ginger
2 tbs fish sauce
1 tsp salt
1 tsp fish stock (chicken is fine too)
Romaine cabbage (optional)
Egg (optional)
Whitepepper

toppings:
tung choi (preserved vegetable)
fried garlic

How to prepare:
Boil water then add ginger, fish sauce, salt and fish/chicken stock (you may add more salt and fish stock to adjust the taste). When the water boiled, add fish, rice, cabbage, egg cook until the fish done. Serve on bowl and sprinkle preserved vegetable and fried garlic.

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