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Hong Kong Style Steamed Cod Fish

We did speak about steaming previously? Yes, we did (Steamed White Pompret). So, what else potentially should I say? I guess pretty much nothing much. Shall we then get down to the matter of this Hong Kong Style Steamed Cod Fish (Tuna Cutlets)? Fish is, of course  healthy and steaming is another extra doze of healthiness. This Hong Kong Style Steamed Fish is down to its basic (Fish Sambar, Grilled Fish, Assam Fish Curry & Chilli Soy Fish). Minimal ingredients yet will trend delightfully into your mouth. Oh, forget not, can you get ready a plate of rice?   

Ingredients
1 medium piece (about 350g) cod fish
1 inch ginger - sliced
4 pips garlic - sliced
A good dash of sesame oil
1/2 tbsp light soya sauce
Salt for taste
Spring onion for garnishing
Method:
Place fish on a steaming tray.
Add ginger and garlic on top.
Season with salt.
Steam till fish is soft and tender.
Into steamed fish, drizzle soya sauce and sesame oil.
Garnish with spring onion.


Comments

  1. I love Cod fish! It's very expensive here in S'pore, especially in restaurants. I like the silky texture of this fish. Yum!

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  2. Steam fish is my favorite,sound YUM,,i will add Thai basil on mine :)

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  3. I loved the simplicity of the recipe and the gorgeousness of this cod preparation! Absolutely loved it, Nava. Yes, I can say that our tastes truly match!

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  4. Easy and delicious fish dish. I can dig :) Buzzed

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  5. I love cod and I love that this is steamed! Thank you for sharing!

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  6. thank you everyone for the wonderful comments, my hubby simply loved it so much, except for paying for the pricey cod fish, it was one of the easiest recipes for me.

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  7. The flavors must be divine!! I'd love this dish for dinner...lovely~

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  8. Love the way you cooked the cod! Very simple yet so tasty!

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  9. This looks delicious as always, Nava! Beautiful pictures as well! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. One of my favourite fish! Cod, though I am allergic to it I love eating them

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