Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Pan Fried Fish With Carrot & Asparagus

Having been absent from cooking for a few days and feeling so guilty for feeding my family with hawker food, today I cooked a healthy meal that tastes yum!
Positive response from DH and the kids - so glad! :)

Adapted from My Kitchen, one of food blogs I silently follow - and adjusted to my family taste preference

What you need:

5 cloves of garlic - thinly sliced
2 packs (approx. 600g) toman fillet - deboned (original recipe is using cod fillet - not sure why but I couldn't find it in nearby supermarket today (grrr...) - never mind, perhaps next time *sigh*)
1 big carrot - thinly cut
1 pack asparagus - cut into 2parts
olive oil, garlic oil, oyster sauce, light soya sauce, sugar, a pinch of salt and sugar

Heat olive oil and stir fry garlic til light brown - set aside
Using the same pan, pan fry fish til golden brown
In a bowl, mix oyster sauce and light soya sauce (2:1) and sugar (original recipe doesn't use sugar but I find it too salty)
When the pan is still hot, pour over the sauce over the fish, off the heat
In a pot, boil water, sprinkle a pinch of salt and sugar, put carrot and asparagus in the boiled water for approx 2mins, drain
In a large plate, spread the veggies and put the fish on top
Sprinkle with the garlic and oil
Add some garlic oil if desired

Eat with rice

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