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An easy and versatile technique for steaming fish, both whole and filets.
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Easy international cooking or I will show you how to go around the world without even leaving your kitchen.
Today’s destination is China. I am going to show you a basic technique for steam fish that is healthful and delicious. The ingredients you all need for sizzling steam fish are one pound whole fish or fish fillets, some Chinese cabbage, ginger, garlic, scallions, a sweet pepper, soy sauce, sesame oil and grape seed or peanut oil.
The pieces of equipment you all need are a large wok with a lid, a glass fry pan, a rack, a large spatula, a ladle and a couple of sharp knives.
First, I am going to slice some scallions into slippers. Now, we are going to slice the pepper into slippers. Now, I am going to clean some ginger. Now, I am going to smash a couple of cloves of garlic.
This is a great technique for steaming fish. I am going to take a glass pie plate and put some Chinese or enough of cabbage leaves to make a bed and then I am going to take some aromatics like ginger and garlic. We are going to flavor the fish.
I have two fillets of lasting cod. You could Flounder, you could use Sea Best, you could use whole fish which could be nice and season it a little bit of soy sauce and a little bit of pepper, margarine and salt because obviously I used plenty of soy sauce and this is going to go into our steamer.
So, I have my large wok and I poured in a ¾ cups of water, cranked it up really high and the water is boiling. There is a place to rack in there and that is going to hold my glass pie plate. I put the cover with the lid and let it steam for 10 minutes.
Our fish steam for about 10 minutes, lift the lid. Try to see if we have done this. And that looks done.
To finish the steam fish, we take some scallions and some pepper, use an orange pepper because it looks so great and so great and I have a mixture of sesame oil and grape seed oil and you can use peanut oil that are not heated and just go to finish if I take some of this oil. Be very careful with it. That sizzles, that sounds great. Let us make the fish a little crispy on top and cooked the vegetables just a little bit that is why we call it sizzling steam fish.