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Delicious Fish Porridge




Cooked this delicious 'One-Pot' meal for lunch today, quick, easy and nutritious too.
 
Recipe for Delicious Fish Porridge

Ingredients :
  • 300 gm Garoupa fish fillet  - Cut into thin slices
  • 1/2 cup Rice
  • 3.1/2 cups Water
  • 2 Tablespoons Quaker instant Oats + 1/4 cup hot water
  • Salt & Pepper to taste.
  • Spring Onions for garnishing
Seasoning :
  • 10 gm young Ginger - cut into strips
  • 1/8 Teasp. Sugar
  • 1 Teasp. Salt
  • 2 Teasps. light Soya Sauce
  • 1/8 Teasp. Pepper
  • 1 Teasp. Sesame Oil
Method :
  1. Marinate the fish fillet with the above seasoning.  Set aside.
  2. Add the  1/4 cup hot water into the instant oats, mix and set aside.
  3. Cook the rice with the 3.1/2 cups of water in a rice cooker, on 'Porridge' mode.
  4. Once the rice grains open up, add in the oats that have been soaked in hot water.
  5. Mix well and continue to cook till the porridge is soft and gluey.
  6. Stir in the seasoned fish fillet, cook for a while and switch off the heat.
  7. Add salt to taste, garnish with a sprinkling of spring onions, add a dash of pepper and it's ready to serve.
Note :
I added instant oats to the porridge as I used Basmati rice which is not starchy.

Comments

  1. Hi,

    You have a great blog! And I love this fish porridge especially on a Sunday morning.A comfort food indeed.

    A toast to your new blog!!

    Cheers,
    Elin

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thanks, Elin
    Try it out then, especially when you are too lazy to dish out something more time consuming on a relaxing Sunday.

    ReplyDelete

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