[RECIPE PERFECT FOR 2]
I'm one that goes for discounts and offers in the supermarkets and every time I go Giant, I will look into the freezers for such deals. Frozen fish fillets always have great offers so how not to grab them home? Nowadays, seafood and fish are quite expensive (so are poultry) at wet markets so the cheaper option will be frozen ones (okay not all are cheap but keep your eyes open and you will find the best deal). And can be kept longer in the freezer if you don't cook often like us (we are weekend homecook). Whether it is meant for deep fry, bake or steam, the ingredients that we get for ourselves will always serve us in their very best way.
3 slices of fish fillet, slice into half
Preferred amount of salt, pepper and sesame oil
(for seasoning, leave the seasoned fillet in the fridge for at least an hour or more before steaming)
Spring onions, chopped
Preferred amount of: soya bean paste, minced garlic, sugar, oyster sauce, chilli paste, chicken broth and mix well together. Do a taste test before adding more, if needed.
1. Turn on the heat and boil a suitable amount of water in the pot. Once the water is boiled, put in the seasoned fillets and steam for 10 mins.
2. After 10 mins, bring out the plate and pour away the excess water from the steaming. Do not turn off the heat. Pour the sauce over the fillets and bring to steam for another 2-3 mins.
3. Turn off the heat and garnish with spring onions.