Steam Cod Fish in Bean Paste

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Thanks, Sonia for sharing this great dish. Am so glad to be able to try a different version of steaming cod fish - Its a very good combination with bean paste. My usual way of steaming cod fish is just rub a little salt and sugar. For receipe, please refer here

Ingredients:

500g Cod fish
2tbsp Japanese Miso paste (I replaced this with the chinese bean paste)
2tbsp water
6 red dates, halved
½” ginger, shredded
A dash of Pepper
A few drops of sesame oil
Spring onions, shredded (soak in water, to get nice curl)

1. Place cod fish, red dates and shredded ginger in a steaming plate, mix miso with water, add pepper and sesame oil.

2. Steam over high heat for about 10mins (start to steam it when water is boiled).

3. Garnish with spring onions, serve hot with steam rice.






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8 comments:

  1. next time try with Japanese miso paste and add a drop of mirin, the taste even better.

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  2. Ellerinize, emeğinize sağlık. Çok muhteşem bir görüntüsü var. Çok leziz ve iştah açıcı.

    Saygılar.

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  3. This looks very delicious. Would be great with rice.

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  4. Sonia - thanks. The next round I will try with miso paste and mirin.

    Fuat Gencal - I don't understand your message but I still want to thank you for dropping by.

    MaryMoh - Yes, this is very nice with rice.

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  5. I cook my cod fish this way too, kids like it with bean paste.

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  6. Blessed Homemaker, yes, adults love it too.

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  7. I love that your two recent posts are on steamed fish. I looooove steamed fish, especially when the fish is fresh before cooking! I'd love to share this post to our readers in Foodista . I hope you don't mind. Just add the foodista widget for cod at the end of this post, and that should do it! Thanks, looking forward to your next posts! xx

    Cheers from Australia,
    Amy @ Foodista

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  8. Hi Smoochkins, thanks for dropping by and your compliments.

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