Saturday, December 14, 2013

Soy Sauce with Fried fish

This morning bought 2 slices of very fresh Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel from the wet market.

See the lines of the fish are so clear and the flesh is so nice and juicy.
I decided to fry and prepare a simple and nice soy sauce over it.
The ingredients are,
500 grams fish,
enough oil for frying,
2 tbsp. soy sauce,
2 tbsp. chopped garlics,
1 tsp. sugar,
1tbsp. vinegar,
3 tbsp. water,
dash of pepper and 1/2 tsp. salt (season the fish)
dash of corn flour.
chopped spring onions for garnishing.
Wash and pat dry the fish.  Season with salt and pepper for 20 to 30  minutes.  Heat up the oil in a wok,  dash some corn flour on both side of the fish ,then  put the fish in the hot oil to fry until golden brown.  Remove from the wok and place on a serving plate.

Scoop out the oil from the wok and leave about 1 tbsp. for frying the chopped garlics.  Saute  the garlics until fragrant, add in the soy sauce, water, vinegar and sugar.  Stirring the mixture until boil, scoop up and place on top of the fish.  Garnish with chopped spring onions. Serve hot.
The fish is very fresh and sweet of it own taste and the soy and vinegar just match perfect with it.

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