Braised Fish with Bean Curd Puff and Bean Paste

Yummy Bakes | 1:16 PM | |
This is another simple and nice dish to go with extra helping of white rice ...
And with bean curd puff added - I thought it was interesting.
Cheah, thanks for sharing this is very delicious ...

This is the second time I cook this and I added more bean curd puffs .... a very satisfying dinner



This was my first attempt at this dish






Cheah, why mine look so dark color?



Recipe reference is from No-frills recipes

Ingredients
220 gm Red Snapper block
150 gm Bean Curd Puff - cut into half
3 Tsp Black Bean
2 Tsp Bean Paste ( Tau Cheong)
10 gm young ginger - chopped
10 gm garlic - chopped
1 Tsp Oyster sauce
1/2 Tsp Dark soya sauce
1 Tsp Light soya sauce
1 Tsp Salt
1 Tsp Sugar
1.1/2 cups water
1.1/2 Tsp Cornflour mixed with 3 Tbsp water
1.1/2 Tbsp oil for frying
Garnishing - Sliced red chilly and chopped spring onions

Preparation
(1) Marinate the fish block with some salt, set aside

(2) Heat up the pan with oil and when it's hot pat dry the fish and lightly fry on both sides, dish out

(3) Saute the chopped garlic, ginger, black beans and bean paste till fragrant

(4) Add in the 1.1/2 cups of water together with the oyster sauce, salt, sugar and light soya sauce

(5) Bring to the boil and add in the cut bean curd puffs.

(6) Add in the prefried fish block and let it simmer for a while (the bean curd puffs are very absorbent)

(7) Thicken the gravy with the cornflour mixture, add salt to taste, dish out

(8) Garnish with sliced chillies and chopped spring onions

Serve



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9 comments:

  1. Looks delicious! A great dish to serve with rice:)

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  2. my family love bean curd puffs, your dish remind me of the chicken cook with bean curd puff. Next time i must cook with fish instead. YUM YUM!

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  3. yum! with rice and porridge just as good!!

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  4. WOw, look at the gravy, my kids sure ask me to cook,it's their favourite..

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  5. Another lovely dish, Seeing you cooking many delicious meals,I must start to cook more now.

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  6. Hey, thanks for the link! My favourite ... beancurd puffs. I don't know what brand of dark soya sauce you're using, if you don't like it so dark, you can add less. It's more for colour rather than for flavour. The black beans also contribute to the colour of the dish.

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  7. That looks delicious.we ate something like this at a restaurant before and it was really good although a bit salty.Thanks for sharing the recipe,I'd love to try it.

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  8. Jeannie - thanks, very nice to go with rice or even with porridge.

    Sonia - this is the first time I braised fish with bean curd puffs and really enjoyed it.

    lean - ya, agree.

    yummylittlecooks - agree kids would love to have the gravy over their rice.

    Anncoo - thanks. Quick, quick go and whip up nice simple dishes for me to 'copy'... haha

    Cheah - thanks for sharing. Ya, the soy sauce that I used is quite dark.

    Alisa - thanks for dropping by. Give it a try if you have time.

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  9. A dish to go well with Teo Chew porridge or plain white rice. This one dish is good enough to make a satisfying meal for me.

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