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Saturday, 14 May 2011

Soya Sauce Fish

When I was preparing and cooking this dish, I wasn't prepared to post this dish up but after dishing up on a plate, I have always feel quite satisfied with this Soya Sauce Fish.  Why?  Because I loves the sweet and sour taste of it.  So I quickly get my camera and take a nice shot of it.  Luckily it turn out well as it was already late evening and I thought the quality shot would not be cleared.

I loves any dish with tomatoes in it.  I remember when I was staying in NZ few years back, I was so craving to have tomatoes, looking everywhere in the supermarkets and the Chinese grocery stores for it.  And as it was not in season at that time so when I found some selling it, it was $7.00 per kilo!!  My oh my.........

The ingredients goes for this dish are ........

1 medium size black pomfret  (marinated with some salt & pepper)
2 medium size onions (sliced in ring)
2 tomatoes (cut in wedges)
1 red chillies (sliced thinly)
1 green chillies
some oil for pan frying

125ml water
1 tbsp dark soya sauce
1/2 tbsp sugar
1/2 tsp ground black pepper
juice from 2 kalamansi/lime juice
salt to taste
Spring onions & coriander leaves for garnishing

1.  Heat oil, pan fry fish turning over once.
2.  Remove fish from frying pan, leaving about 2 tbsp oil in the pan, saute the sliced onions for 30 seconds,
     add in tomatoes, red and green chillies stirring for about 1 minute.
3.  Add in the sauce ingredients and the fish.  Simmer until the fish is thoroughly cooked.
4.  Add in salt to taste.
5.  Dish up and garnish with spring onions and coriander leaves.