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Fried fish with ginger and garlic sauce



After having so much food for the past week, I fried this piece of Threadfin block and had it with plain white porridge  ........ light and refreshing.





Just pan fry the fish block  ..... top it up with some fried garlic and ginger slices, garnish with chopped spring onions, drizzle in light soya sauce.... simple and easy!






Recipe for Fried fish with ginger and garlic sauce


Ingredients
  • 180 gm Threadfin (Mai yau) block
  • 10 gm young ginger - julienned
  • 4 pips garlic - chopped
  • 2 Tbsp oil for frying
  • Light soya sauce
  • Some sea salt
  • Spring onions - chopped, for garnishing
  • A dash of pepper
Preparation
  1. Wash, pat dry and marinate the fish block with some sea salt, set aside.
  2. Heat up a non-stick pan with the oil and when pan is hot, put in the fish block and fry till slightly brown.  Flip over and fry the other side of the fish block.  Dish out.
  3. With the balance oil in the pan, add in the ginger strips and chopped garlic, stir-fry till light brown.
  4. Scoop this over the fish block, drizzle in some light soya sauce, garnish with the chopped spring onions.
  5. Serve with plain white porridge or rice.

Comments

  1. Ginger and garlic sauce....yum. My family is a great lover of ginger and garlic. I know they will like this dish. Great with rice.

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  2. Awesome dish, Cheah! Simple & delicious. Have a wonderful weekend. Cheers.

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  3. I love the ingredients on this fish the smell must be wonderful, an awesome marinade....I buy alot of cod, not sure what Threadfin is like.... thanks for sharing sounds great!

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  4. Ginger and garlic sauce sounds wonderful!

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  5. Hi
    3 hungry tummies
    Yes,lovely with porridge

    Mary
    Delicious with rice, dish up a vegetable and that's a simple meal.

    My Little Space
    Thanks, Kristy. You too have a great weekend, baking!

    pegasuslegend
    You can try this recipe with cod as well.

    5 Star Foodie
    Yes, it is.

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  6. that looks delicious. I like it grilled with sambal too! so yumm!

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  7. Hi penny
    Yup, grilled with sambal will be great too!

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  8. Hi, I'm new to visiting your blog. It is such a nice idea, I love the no-frills theme. This one looks fantastic!

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  9. Hi Lyndsey
    So nice of you to drop by. My recipes are very simple, easy to follow, that's why I named my blog. 'No-frills'.

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  10. This does sound delightful and nice and light. Yum!

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  11. Hi
    Tasty Eats At Home
    Yes, it's sinmple and not heavy.

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  12. Mmm, this sounds delicious. My mom makes a similar recipe to this at home. Yummy.

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  13. Hi
    JL
    Thanks. This is an all time favourite!

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