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1. 2 lbs Fish filets, bite size (we caught them in Tampa Bay. Bones slightly fried n cooked with 3 cups water and gingers for stock)
2. Chicken stock or water 8 cups
3. 1 bulb garlic, diced
4. 1 onion, diced
5. 1 tsp cooking oil
6. 4 cups cooked brown/red rice
8. Soya sauce
10. Ginger powder
A. Brown #3-5
B. Boil stock or water with cooked rice, add A. Cook for 1/2 – an hour in medium heat. Stir frequently.
C. Marinade #1 with #7-10 for 15 mins
D. Add C to B.
E. add #7-10
We caught many pig fish. That is why.
1. 4 pcs 8-12 oz fish
2. 2 Tbs minced garlic
3. 2 Tbs minced fresh ginger
4. 2 stalks green onion, minced
5. 2 Tbs soya sauce
6. 2 Tbs sesame oil
7. 2 Tbs cooking wine
8. 1/4 cup of lime juice
A. Marinade with # 2-7 for 1/2 hour
B. Preheat oven on Broil.
C. Place fish on rack in a aluminum lined pan
D. Broil for 5-6 min till slightly brown
C. Take out and Turn carefully, and broil for another 4-6 mins till desired brown
D. Take out of the oven and pour the lime juice over fish
1. 16 pcs fish, about 1 lb each, fillet them and marinade with 1 Tbs cooking wine, salt, 1 Tbs minced gingers. Fish bones cook for soup stock
2. 3 gloves garlic, minced
3. 4 stalks lemon grass, sliced
4. 1 small fresh Turmeric
5. 4 limes, skins for zest, juice sets aside, remained throw into the soup
6. 8 Tbs rice vinegar or 8 pcs of dried tamarind
7. 4 Tbs Tom Yum paste
8. 1 Tbs red chili paste or 1 tsp red pepper power
9. 1 tsp Galangal power or 1 pc of fresh Galangal
10. 1 can of straw mushroom
11. 1 bowl of rice noodle (optional)
12. Salt and pepper
13. 1 tsp of cooking oil
A. Brown fish bones lightly with oil and gingers. (Put them into a soup cotton bag, if desire.) Put the bones in the 6 cup boiled water pot and cook for 20 mins. Take out the bones.
B. Brown lightly # 2-4 and add to soup
C. Add # 5-10, 12 to soup
D. Heat up skillet, add 1 tsp cooking oil and cook fish till done.
Serve with # 11
We caught so many fish, so I cooked them as such. You can cook them with any soup stock and fillet fish.
Crocker? fish from the bay
We do have lemon grass in our backyard. Lucky me.