Sweet and Sour Fish. Sweet and Sour Fish is a very popular dish in China, and it's almost always served as a whole fish. The dish tends to be quite expensive, as it's usually straight out of a live fish tank and served with a pretty fancy presentation. While I'm working on the recipe for the banquet-style whole sweet and.
It's a perfect dish to serve. Sweet and Sour Fish – Simple and yet it left me satisfied. Please welcome her as a guest writer on Rasa Malaysia with the following serving of sweet and sour fish. You can cook Sweet and Sour Fish using 15 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Sweet and Sour Fish
- You need 1 of whole fish about (400g).
- You need 1 of small can pineapple chunks.
- It’s 2 tbsp of vinegar.
- You need 1 1/2 tbsp of brown sugar.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of oyster sauce.
- Prepare 4 tbsp of tomato sauce.
- You need 1 tsp of salt.
- You need 1 tsp of ground pepper.
- Prepare 3 tbsp of oil.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of ginger, minced.
- Prepare 3 cloves of garlic, minced.
- You need 1 of medium onion, chopped.
- Prepare 1 of carrot, sliced.
- It’s 1 of capsicum (yellow/red/orange).
- You need 200 ml of hot water.
Most of my friends do not cook as they find that cooking is a chore rather than an activity they'd enjoy. Sweet and sour fish happens to be my hubby's favourite, so naturally, I often cook this dish. And it helped a lot that hubby has such a discerning taste for sweet and sour anything! He knew exactly what was lacking or that could be improved.
Sweet and Sour Fish instructions
- Marinate fish with salt and pepper for 15 minutes. Fry the fish on both sides until golden brown. Set aside..
- For the sauce, sauté minced garlic, onion and ginger in a wok until fragrant. Add capsicums and carrots followed by pineapple chunks..
- Add water along with tomato sauce, oyster sauce, sugar and vinegar. Allow vegetables to cook to desired softness. Pour the sauce onto fried fish and serve with steamed white rice..
Sometimes, the fish I used wasn't quite right and didn't go well. Who doesn't love fish, fried and tossed in sauce. Come with me…I will give you a piggyback to flavor town. I adapted this recipe from Martin Yan's cooking I was looking for a recipe of sweet and sour sauce without use of pineapples I will try your recipe and share how it will turn out thanks for the same. Filipino sweet and sour traditionally uses whole fried fish and is much like the escabecheng lapu-lapu we have in the archive.