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17.6.10

Steam fish fillet with ginger sauce



This is hubz favorite lately,  for this week, I cooked this twice for him. Again I am sharing another easy recipe.
To make this very easy dish, you will need the following;

200 gram fish fillet (I used cream dory)
2 inches ginger cut into thin strips
3 tsbp olive oil
1 tsbs sesame oil
3 tbsp soy sauce, mix with a tbsp of brown sugar and and 1/4 tsp of sesame oil
Onion leeks cut into 2 inches
salt
fresh cracked pepper

When everything is ready...you will then...
Pat the fillet dry with paper towel. Season with little salt and fresh cracked pepper. Place the fish on a foil and  put few pieces of ginger on the fillet then wrap it up. Place into a steamer, set over several inches of gently boiling water, and cover. Gently steam for 10 to 12 minutes. When is ready, remove from the aluminum foil and place on a serving plate.

Then prepare the sauce.

Heat up a pan over high heat and add 3 tablespoons of olive oil, swirl around until it’s hot. Thrown in the remaining ginger. Stir it for a minute. Pour the hot oil with ginger over the steamed fish. Put the pan back onto the stove, add the soy sauce mixture and stir well. As soon as the sauce bubbles up and boils, pour the soy sauce over the fish. Topped with onion leeks. Serve the steamed fish immediately with white rice.


5 comments:

maiylah said...

am sure we will love this, too! usually when we steam the fish we put 'everything' into the foil and then steam it. hahaha. tamad kasi, kaya 'all-in-one' ang ginagawa. :)

thanks, Jeanny
enjoy the rest of the week!

kayni said...

can i use any type of fish? or do you have a recommendation for a fish that would go well with this recipe? thank you.

Iska said...

Hmmm with the sesame oil and ginger... I could already smell the yummy goodness ;-)

sheng said...

masubukan nga ito, madaming cream dory dito eh, mura lang din!

Fine Life Folk said...

darn. adobong manok kami today pero nakita ko 'to tsk-tsk. steamed fish yum! at ginger sauce ang supporting role? yum-yum!