Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet
CRISPY FISH FILLET WITH SWEET AND SOUR SAUCEand watch what to wear in new orleans in october birthday poem for my wife
Is there anything better than the texture combination of crispy fried stuff coated in thick sweet and sour sauce? There are fewer steps, and it makes for a nice presentation, though less surface area for that fried batter! The decision is yours…. However you choose to prepare it, I am certain you will thoroughly enjoy this dish. So head for the kitchen and make this Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet a reality!
Nov 15, Main Course , Recipes 0 comments. Since tilapia is common and popular to our place, tilapia is one of my favorite fish fillet. This dish is very easy to cook and usually served as main dish over steamed rice. Wash and clean the fish, remove the skin and separate the flesh from the fish bones and cut the fillet into 1 inch crosswise. Add in green bell pepper, garlic, onion, tomato optional , cucumber optional , pineapple juice, soy sauce, vinegar and butter.
Serve the sweet and sour fish with soba noodles, which are made out of buckwheat and a healthier alternative to egg noodles or pasta. Partnered with. Sweet and sour fish.
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As everyone else has said, the batter is the best! I added a bit of soy-sauce instead of salt. The instructions on how to gently fry it were very helpful, thankyou! I didn't happen to have any pineapple or juice even though I live in a land full of pineapples , so had to substitute a bit for the sauce, and also found that sweet chilli sauce was a useful in this regard. Also as other reviewers have said a variety of Asian stir-fried vegetables is our preference, and works well with the sauce, so we used onion, garlic, fresh ginger, carrots, broccoli, a variety of colourful sweet peppers. I would use fresh chillies as well if I had them.
Sweet and Sour Fish
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Sweet and sour fish
Chinese recipes , prepare authentic Chinese food now! A fellow Malaysian—from my hometown Penang— Piggy cooks, bakes, and writes about Asian food and other good eats. Please welcome her as a guest writer on Rasa Malaysia with the following serving of sweet and sour fish. Contrary to what these friends may think, I usually do not spend long tedious hours in the kitchen. But no matter how unwilling I am to cook, I still need to eat, especially after eating similar dishes for several days. Over time, I have gathered quite a long list of recipes that I would take out from time to time when I want to have a yummy home cooked meal in the shortest time. The sweet and sour fish only took me less than 45 minutes, from wok to tummy, including cleaning up the dishes and oh, that also included the several minutes of photo taking at leisurely pace.