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Discover this classic dish of steamed Cantonese fish in Chinese cuisine.
Cantonese Steamed Fish
Prep
10 min
Cooking time
10 min
Total
20 min
Persons
2
Fairley
Gepubliceerd 17 December 2023

Steamed fish with ginger and spring onion is a personal favorite and we eat it almost every week.

Our first memory of this dish is when we, as children, ate at Grandpa and Grandma's house every Sunday. The Toko was closed on Sunday and the whole family, including uncles, aunts and nephews and nieces, came home to Grandpa Tjin to eat together. In an apartment in Amsterdam Slotermeer there were more than 15 of us, one group eating at the round dining table and the rest in the living room with Studio Sport in the background.

On the round dining table, he had a “Lazy Susan”, the classic rotating top that you often find in Chinese restaurants. The table was full of dishes and the steamed fish with rice was one of his specialties.

You can also find steamed fish in Chinese restaurants. Restaurants often serve turbot or sea bass, but in principle you can use any type of fish. Also filleted fish! We recommend going for a whitefish for the best flavor. We use Griet for this recipe. This dish looks impressive on the table, and it is very easy to make within 20 minutes.

We will share many more personal recipes with you in the future, but for now you can try this tasty steamed fish.

 

Ingredients and supplies

Ingredients:
Sauce:

Or you can use Lee Kum Kee Soy Sauce for Seafood.

Toppings:
Supplies:
  • Steamer
  • Dish

Benodigdheden

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Overige ingrediënten:

Pure Cane Granulated Sugar, 500g
Pure Cane Granulated Sugar
6g
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Pepper White Ground, 250g
Pepper White Ground
3g
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Lee Kum Kee Seasoned Soy Sauce For Seafood, 410ml
Lee Kum Kee Seasoned Soy Sauce For Seafood
410ml
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Premium Light Soy Sauce, 500ml
Premium Light Soy Sauce
40ml
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Premium Dark Soy Sauce, 500ml
Premium Dark Soy Sauce
15ml
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Peanut Oil, 1L
Peanut Oil
30ml
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Bamboe Stomer, 30cm
Bamboe Stomer
30cm
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fish
1
Spring onion
1
ginger
1
Cilantro
1

Stappen

  1. Mix all the ingredients for the sauce in a bowl. Adjust the ratio of sugar and light soy sauce to taste.

  2. Don't feel like making the sauce yourself? Then use this ready-made sauce.
  3. Cut the ginger and spring onion stem into thin strips.
  4. Clean the fish. Remove any residue from that gill and rinse. Pat the fish dry and put some ginger in the gill. This helps to give the fish a better taste.
  5. When using a different type fish like sea bass, make sure to slit across the back of the fish and add some ginger and spring onion.
  6. Place some ginger and spring onion on the plate and place the fish on it. Use a knife to make a few diagonal cuts in the fish.
  7. Heat the steamer and steam the fish until done. Depending on the size of the fish, this can take anywhere from 8-15 minutes. In the video below we have a Dorade weighing approximately 500 grams and it was cooked within 8 minutes.
  8. Remove the fish from the steamer and garnish the remaining ginger and spring onion over the fish.
  9. Heat the oil in a frying pan until the oil starts to smoke and pour it over the fish.
  10. Pour the prepared sauce over the fish and garnish with coriander.

    Serve the fish with white rice.

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