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  • - From now onwards there's a beautiful rhythm

  • of getting jobs done to bring a beautiful feast together.

  • Rice.

  • - Oh, oh, no packet rice.

  • He learning from past mistake.

  • (upbeat music)

  • Hello niece and nephew,

  • it's uncle Roger.

  • Quick announcement.

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  • Today Jamie Oliver,

  • back with another Asian dish.

  • This time he make Malaysian-style whole fish.

  • Uncle Roger,

  • Malaysian people,

  • and I love roasting Jamie Oliver.

  • So you put Malaysia and Jamie Oliver in same sentence,

  • of course uncle Roger gonna review.

  • If you follow uncle Roger a while now,

  • you know last time I reviewed Jamie Oliver,

  • he give me so much trauma.

  • - You can hear it sizzling.

  • - You hear sizzling,

  • I hear my ancestors crying.

  • Putting jam in rice.

  • So niece and nephew,

  • smack like button now ,

  • to give uncle Roger the courage

  • to finish watching this video,

  • smack like button,

  • like how you smack chili jam out of Jamie Oliver Hand.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - (Jaime Oliver)Down at my heart,

  • at the other end of the pier,

  • I've got a belter of a dish,

  • that even Amir's mum would approve of.

  • - Why is he cooking in shed this time?

  • Shed is where married man got to escape from their wife.

  • Not for cooking fish.

  • - (Jaime Oliver) I've got a belter of a dish

  • that even Amir's mum would have-

  • - And look at that.

  • So many chair,

  • but nobody sitting in them.

  • Just like Jamie Oliver restaurant.

  • (horn honking)

  • - Lovely people,

  • I've got the most incredible recipe to share with you.

  • It's Friday night,

  • which means it's fish night.

  • What we wanna do is start not with the fish,

  • but actually with the paste.

  • So lemongrass.

  • - We use that.

  • Yes.

  • - Give it an old spanking.

  • - Spanking lemongrass.

  • Every time someone used the word spank,

  • uncle Roger always has dirty thought in my head.

  • Don't spank vegetable.

  • So dirty this Jamie.

  • - Chili is very,

  • very important.

  • - Yes we use chili for the paste.

  • - We're going to use shallots-

  • - Shallot.

  • Correct.

  • We use that also.

  • Ginger.

  • - And then the kaffir lime leaves.

  • - We use that also.

  • Okay.

  • Ingredients good so far.

  • - We're gonna use a pestle and mortar,

  • and what I will do for some basic seasoning-

  • - Jamie Oliver,

  • using pestle and mortar.

  • Okay. Okay.

  • One point to him.

  • In uncle Roger last week show,

  • I mentioned how pestle and mortar,

  • is good Asian cooking utensil,

  • pestle and mortar require hard work to smash your spices.

  • That's why many white people don't use them.

  • Jamie Oliver strike me as a food processor guy,

  • cause last time he make egg fried rice,

  • he used packet rice.

  • So lazy.

  • Many niece and nephew say,

  • "Uncle Roger,

  • you don't like food processor

  • because you press a button and the spice ready.

  • But then why you like rice cooker?

  • Because rice cooker,

  • same concept.

  • You press a button.

  • And then the rice ready."

  • Uncle Roger say,

  • food processor and rice cooker,

  • different thing.

  • Rice cooker,

  • It make perfect rice,

  • is the same as using perfect technique.

  • But food processor,

  • the spice come out different texture from pestle and mortar.

  • So lifeless.

  • And also food processor,

  • sometimes the blade spinning around too fast generate heat,

  • and the heat ruin the flavor of the spices.

  • That why food processor and rice cooker different.

  • Don't try to attack uncle Roger with your logic.

  • Uncle Roger thought everything through before.

  • - So we're going to get a bit more pasty now.

  • I'm going to take some peanuts,

  • just a little bit.

  • - Wait, wait, wait.

  • What?

  • - Now I'm gonna take some peanuts,

  • just a little handful-

  • - No, no, no Jaime.

  • You have to use roasted peanut.

  • Raw peanut,

  • no flavor.

  • Niece and nephew.

  • When have you ever eaten raw peanut?

  • Never.

  • Because it taste like nothing.

  • - And fish sauce-

  • - Fish sauce correct.

  • We use that too.

  • - Two tablespoons of the fish sauce.

  • And then I'm gonna use a little bit-

  • (dramatic sound)

  • - No, no, no.

  • I see Jamie Oliver using red paste.

  • Uncle Roger nervous.

  • Please, please,

  • Don't be chili jam.

  • If there is a God up there,

  • please answer uncle Roger prayer.

  • Please don't tell me it chili jam.

  • - Tomato puree, which gives-

  • - Okay tomato puree.

  • It's still wrong ingredient,

  • but at least it's not chili jam.

  • Usually for Malaysian fish,

  • we don't use tomato puree.

  • We use sambal belacan.

  • Sambal is Malaysian shrimp paste.

  • So much flavor.

  • Uncle Roger lives in UK so many years now,

  • and I realized,

  • many white people scare the smell of sambal belacan.

  • They scare fish tastes.

  • Where your courage?

  • Where your courage white people?

  • So if you live

  • in white people country and you hate your neighbor,

  • just microwave sambal belacan,

  • let the smell waft over to their house,

  • and they will move out tomorrow.

  • - Lime is the one.

  • So give it a roll.

  • - Okay. We use lime.

  • - Needs a little fine grater.

  • So that is the paste done.

  • - No, no, no Jaime.

  • The paste not done.

  • You need to stir fry it,

  • to bring out the flavor and the fragrance.

  • This is chili paste.

  • Not salad dressing.

  • You need to cook it.

  • You need to cook it.

  • - Woo. Yay.

  • Yeah.

  • That's what it does.

  • Oh my Lord.

  • - Uhm

  • Woo. Yay.