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Fish & Shells

Snow Cod Pot (鳕鱼煲)

“Amazingly simple to cook Cod fish & vegetables dish, for your busy and lazy nights.”

Just as I said, this all-in-one fish dish was amazingly simple to assemble. Quick, easy and healthy.

It’s most suitable for young children as well as adults, in fact, all ages, to enjoy. Super healthy and delicious fish, plus vegetables of different colors, what else could we ask for? :)

Serves 4
Ingredients
1 large red onion, thickly sliced into rings
1 large Russet potato, thinly sliced
6-8 pcs of cherry tomato, thickly sliced
1 thick slice of Snow Cod fillet (about 250g)

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Grilled Mixed Herbs Salmon & Tomatoes (Air-Fried)

Crisped and browned on the surface, but tender and moist inside. That’s how my grilled Salmon was. I usually cooked this way when I wanted to have pasta or noodles in sauce, or rice with other saucy dishes.

I wouldn’t serve as it is as a main course, if I did not make a sauce to go along, even though it wasn’t dried at all. I just thought it would be a bit plain.. unless to make some wet sides eg baked beans, gravies baby corns, mashed potato with sauce, etc. Salsa or cheesy spinach might be good, too. Those would do.. Alright, I should do the Western main course style the next time. :)

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Grilled Curry Cheese Prawns (Air-Fried)

“Curry with Cheese? Yes. One of the less-usual but the best combinations for a seafood dish.”

Actually this cheesy curry prawn dish could be cooked in various ways (of course), on a grill, in a frying pan, in air-fryer (with its non-stick grill pan), or even in a wok! This time, I chose air-frying. Yes, it was easy, no doubt. Its grill pan made the cooking even easier as it’s non stick. It was easier than having it cooked on the mesh basket. Get one and it would make all your grilling (fish, chicken, meat, etc) much easier.

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Steamed Pomfret In Soy Sauce Recipe ‘囍宴港蒸鯧鱼’ (Festive-dish)

“Restaurant standard, without MSG.”

This is the same steamed fish you always get to taste when attending wedding Chinese banquet dinner. Some called it Hong Kong Style, whilst others called this steamed in light soy sauce… There were even more names in Chinese menus.. Whatever name to be called as desired, I knew this would be so well liked by anyone, both the adults and children. :)

Why steamed fish for festival?
Sure thing, this is a festive dish. That must be the reason why this was seen so often in the Chinese festive occasions. Of course, you wouldn’t omit those auspicious garnishing and sides in the plate, too.. Let me explain.

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Sweet Spicy Dipping Sauce for Grilled Fish

Instead of the usual dipping sauce of chili Padi in light soy sauce, I think this special mixed sauce goes even better with the grilled or pan fried fish.

Less salty with a tinge of sweetness, it gives the barely seasoned fish meat a full flavor by just dipping it into this refreshing sweet spicy sauce. Yes, you do not need to add extra seasoning to marinate the fish to make your grilled fish meal a delicious hit. With the dipping sauce.

Sweet Spicy Dipping Sauce for Grilled Fish

Sweet Spicy Dipping Sauce for Grilled Fish

Dipping sauce specially made for grilled or pan fried fish dish. At home or for your barbecue party

Ingredients

    Ingredients (A)

  • 3-4 chili Padi (Bird Eyes Chili), cut
  • 
2 cloves of garlic, minced

  • 2 tablespoons of Thai fish sauce

  • 1 teaspoon f lime juice (freshly squeezed from 1 small lime)

  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
Pinch of Italian herbs
  • Ingredients (B)
  • 3-4 whole small fishes (Kampong fish or Yellowtail Scad)
  • Pinch of salt
  • 2 tablespoons of oil

Instructions

  1. Make 2-3 slits on both sides of the fish.
  2. Sprinkle salt.
  3. Heat frying pan with oil over medium-low Fire.
  4. Grill fish until both sides are browned.
  5. Mix all ingredients (A) in a saucer/ small bowl.
  6. Stir and grin sugar until dissolve.
  7. Serve with grilled fish.

Notes

Tips: Adjust amount of sugar for more or less, as desired taste. * It's ok if you do not have Italian herbs at home, add chopped parsley instead. I preferred Italian herbs as it dedicates a more comprehensive flavour to my sauce. :)

http://www.mywoklife.com/2015/11/sweet-spicy-dipping-sauce-for-grilled-fish.html

“Dong Quai” Prawn

“Prawns in simple & quick cooking tonic Dong Quai soup, cook this during rainy or cold night, hearty and healthy.”

Dong Quai (“Dang Gui“, in Mandarin), or its Medical name, Angelica Sinensis, has a unique pleasant sweet taste. This Chinese herb is also known as female ginseng. However, it could be taking by the whole family, including my little boy. :)

Serves 4-5
Ingredients
500g of medium sized whole prawns, trimmed
5-6 thin slices of Dong Quai (当归片)
1 tablespoon of Hua Diao rice wine
1 teaspoon of wolfberries
1 thick slice of ginger, peeled
Pinch of garlic salt
Pinch of brown sugar

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