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Grilled fish

Keep your kitchen ideas fresh, fast and inspired, with the help of the Panasonic Mixer Grinder MX-AC400TSK.

When you’re looking for a machine to help you achieve that coveted balance in life – of good, wholesome home cooking that won’t see you spending hours and hours exerting yourself in the kitchen – you really have to choose wisely.

What you need in a machine is effectiveness, durability and power, as well as the versatility that will stretch your ringgit and your recipe book further.

When it comes to preparing the building blocks of your cuisine – the spice pastes and powders, the ground meats and chopped vegetables – you need look no further than the stylish bronze Panasonic Mixer Grinder MX-AC400TSK.

The multi-purpose mixer grinder can chop vegetables, mince meat, grind spices down to a fine powder. And even beat eggs, quickly and conveniently!

Here’s a look at some of its most interesting features:


In addition to the aforementioned chopping, mincing and grinding, this is also the machine for you when you want freshly-ground coffee beans for your morning espresso, a glass of fresh fruit juice, just-squeezed coconut milk or even crushed ice! This is a machine of many possibilities, especially with its powerful, 1000W motor.

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Easy peasy

Designed with the busy home user in mind, the Panasonic Mixer Grinder MX-AC400TSK is exceptionally easy to use – just select from one of three speeds, which are easy to control because of the piano key-like buttons, which respond to the slightest touch. Plus, the lids and base interlock into place easily, so you won’t have to struggle.

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Staying Safe

The Panasonic Mixer Grinder MX-AC400TSK has several built-in safety features to ensure that users are protected at all times. The machine can’t be accidentally switched on – the jar must be properly locked into the base, and the lid tightly closed, before it will work.

The Panasonic Mixer Grinder MX-AC400TSK retails at RM489. For more information, go to panasonic.com.my

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Grilled fish in banana leaves

Martin Yan provides a quick and easy way to make a classic dish – in the microwave! Cooking the fish in banana leaves makes it very fragrant, and helps seal in moisture, while the rich spice paste results in a flavourful dish.

Spice Paste

1 stalk lemongrass, bottom 10cm only, thinly sliced

3 walnut-sized shallots

4 cloves garlic

6 fresh red jalapeno chilies, seeds removed

60ml water

1/2 tsp belacan (dried shrimp paste)

1/2 tsp sugar

1/2 tsp salt

1/4 tsp ground white pepper

500g whole fish (sea bass or red snapper), cleaned and scaled

salt, to taste

pepper, to taste

1 or 2 pieces banana leaf, large enough to wrap around fish

1/2 lime, sliced thinly for garnish

To make spice paste: Place all the spice paste ingredients in the Panasonic’s chutney jar and process until smooth.

If you need to add more flavour, add more salt and white pepper.

To grill fish: To prepare the fish, cut 3 diagonal slits, each about 1.3cm deep, across each side of the fish. Season the fish inside and out with salt and pepper.

Steam the banana leaves in the microwave at 180°C for 3 minutes to soften them, then wipe dry. Lay the pieces of banana leaf with the shiny side down and overlapping.

Fill the cavity and slits of the fish with about 1/3 of the spice paste.

Spread another 1/3 of the spice paste directly on one side of the banana leaf and lay the fish on top of the paste.

Cover the rest of the fish with the remaining paste. Fold the leaf over the fish, wrapping it completely.

Place the wrapped fish in the microwave to grill until the fish turns opaque, about 30 minutes.

Serve the fish in the banana leaf, unwrapping at the table. Garnish with the lime slices.

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