I wish I could eat more fish but sometimes it gets really boring and tasteless. I really want to explore more ways to cook it so I can eat it more often and lessen my red meat intake. Here is one recipe I tried out last time which turned out pretty good! I didn't follow any particular recipe online, I just basically looked up ways to cook an Asian inspired fish dish plus I also cooked something similar during a 4 weekend cooking class i took a year ago, so i got inspired and made several variations to this dish and just improvised. Read on to see how I made it!
|Ingredients: pepper, salt, sesame oil, soy sauce, toasted sesame seeds, black beans, calamansi (or lemon), ginger, red onions, garlic, tomatoes|
|Ingredients: Green spring onions, white fish fillet|
|Spread calamansi or lemon juice all over fish (this will help the fish smell, not so fishy), season with salt and pepper|
|Wrap the fish in foil and make it like a packet. Put some slanted holes on top so the steam can escape while it's cooking|
|Broil the fish for about twenty minutes.|
|Chop up the tomatoes, onion and garlic. Grate up some ginger and cook all four together.|
|Add the black beans and cook for a few more minutes. Turn off the heat and sprinkle in the green onions.|
|Once fish is done cooking, remove from broiler. Pour the sauce all over. Put in some sesame oil on the fish as well for added flavor.|
|Close the foil packet again and let all the flavors infuse for a few minutes.|
|After a few minutes, toss the toasted sesame seeds on top. Serve and Enjoy!|
What do you guys think? Have any of you cooked any interesting fish dishes lately?
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