Sole is a mild fish with a delicate texture and flavor, so this simple preparation is ideal for it. The exact measurements are included in the recipe card below. Scroll down to the recipe card for the detailed instructions.
This delicious fish dish is excellent with steamed rice or soba noodles. There are about cals and 5 g total fat per serving. Post a link to another recipe or group by pasting the url into the box where you want it to show up.
You have probably seen a whole lemon sole fish at your local fishmonger and wondered how to cook this quirky, flat looking creature. Make sure to ask you fishmonger to clean the scales as well, unless you know how to do it. Number of servings yield : 1.
Our ginger lemon sole with Chinese greens is a quick and easy Chinese recipe. For the Chinese, fish celebrates prosperity and greens symbolise longevity. Put the lemon sole on a baking tray.
This hot and sweet Japanese lemon sole recipe can be whipped up in minutes if you ask your fishmonger to do the hard work for you. Shopping list. For the fish, scale, clean and fillet the sole or you can get your fishmonger to do this for you.
Chinese New Year meals will not be complete without a fish as one of the main courses! Traditional, Chinese people eat fish as a wholewith its head and tail. Whole fish signifies wholeness, which is a lucky symbol.
The fish fillet is oven-baked in parchment paper with fragrant sesame oil and fresh ginger, then the sauce is drizzled on to the fish at the last minute just before serving. The scallions and cilantro on the top add freshness and fantastic flavor. Delicious, easy and healthy!
Pan-fried fish with soy sauce is one of the most classic Chinese recipe to enjoy white fish. Chinese restaurants love to serve their fish whole, and only sometimes thinly sliced, or in fillet form. Most Chinese fish recipes call for whole fish, and some of the more popular fish we use when cooking Chinese dishes include:. And in almost every store that I have visited in the US, most will happily clean and cut the fish for you if you ask, so you can save some prepping time.
It is an especially great way to cook fish. If you don't have a wok, don't fret; you can steam the fish on a rack in a deep pan that has a lid or in a lidded steamer basket. This steaming technique can be applied to whole fishnot just to fillets as done here.
Plus, this is a really authentic Chinese dish made with simple ingredients that can probably already be found in your own pantry or refrigerator. Just make sure that you buy your tilapia from a good fishmonger or better yet, what I do here in Beijing is I buy imported flash-frozen filets. It may seem counter-intuitive that frozen fish could be fresh, but it actually is. For those of you lucky people living near convenient fishing, this is a great recipe for a delicate fresh-caught fish like fluke or flounder.