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Fish Fillet with Tomato Slices

Saturday, October 31, 2009

 

 

 

A light and simple dish that’s a delight to enjoy. Like most Chinese home-cooked meal, it’s a dish that requires minimal effort and time to prepare. Personally, i think Chinese cooking is quite easy and flexible as it allow a wide variety of ingredients to come together and create a delicious dish.

In all my cooking practice, i like to mix and match many ingredients just for the fun of it. Sometimes, the reason may just because their colour look good together. Hahaha! And of course the result may differ, certain foods does goes well with others while some others tasted funny.

Well, one will never know until she try it, doesn’t she? I just have to sacrifice my family to be guinea pig. Hehe!

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Fish Fillet with Tomato Slices

 

Ingredients:

200 g                    fish fillet, cut into slices

50 g                       sugar beans, remove ends and cut diagonally

50g                        preserved salted vegetable, cut into strips

1                              tomato, cut into slices

1 tbsp                    cooking oil

1 tsp                       garlic oil

1/2 tsp                  salt

2 tsp                      sugar

150 ml                 water

1 tbsp                   rice vinegar

2 tsp cornstarch + 1 tsp water, for thickening

 

Method:

1.    Heat cooking oil and garlic oil in wok, add in sugar beans and salted vegetables and

        saute 1 minute. Add sugar and stir to mix.

2.    Add in water and fish fillet and give a gentle stir to separate fish. Careful not to break

        up fish fillet. Cook until fish change colour.

3.    Add in salt and rice vinegar, stir to mix. Add in cornstarch mixture to thicken gravy.

4.    Off heat. Dish up and serve.

 

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