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Old 08-16-2019, 12:22 PM   #21
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New ways to cook trout fillets?

https://thewoksoflife.com/cantonese-steamed-fish/

This link has pictures and details. Saves me some typing. Be sure you pour off the steamed water that gathers under the filets in the plate after steaming and before you pour the hot cooked sauce mixture over the top. The overall taste will be much better. I use a pie pan instead of a plate as it’s easier to lift out of the streamer pan.

I add several cloves of chopped garlic with the ginger when cooking in the oil. Crunchy garlic bits and the garlic infused oil taste rocks your socks off. Ditch the spoon and just pour the hot infused oil from the pan over the top of the filets. I use way more than 2 tablespoons of oil too (4-5 tablespoons) and little bit more soy. Otherwise the ginger and garlic soak it all up. I don’t add sugar or water.

Serve with rice and a leafy veggie.

Tender and moist. Takes only a few minutes to prep and cook and I can almost guarantee that all of the fish will be devoured in less time than it takes to prepare it and cook it. Impress your family with something different, tasty, and healthy.

Crappie, trout and flounder are my favs when cooked this way. White and black bass is also delicious like this. Actually all fish tastes great like this.





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