Thursday, March 1, 2012

Simple & Nice Stir Fried Sang Yee Fish Fillet with Ginger and Spring Onions Recipe

I chanced upon a fishmonger selling sang yee (snakehead, haruan) fish fillet at the wet market and quickly bought a plate. It has been quite some time ago since my family ate Sang Yee fish. I love the smooth and sweet texture of this fish and the addition of a little corn flour to this recipe make it even smoother.
You can eat this dish with either steamed rice or porridge.

Sang Yee or any type of fish you fancy, fillet, 500 gms
Ginger, 5 slices
Spring Onions, 2 stalks, cut into 1 " length
Shao Shing Chiew, 1 teaspoon
Corn flour and water mixture
Sesame Oil, a few drops
Salt to taste
Garlic, 3 cloves, chopped finely
Onions, 1 pc, cut into four

Heat up wok and pour in around 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil. Saute ginger, garlic and onions until fragrant. Put in the fish fillet. Stir fry for a short while or until the fillet is cooked. Add sesame oil, shao shing chiew and salt to taste. Pour in a little corn flour and water mixture. Throw in the spring onions.
Serve  Stir Fried Sang Yee Fish Fillet with Ginger & Spring onion while still hot!


yummylittlecooks said...

Wah, you can get sang yee fish FILLET, lucky you :)
Nice dish :)

wenn said...

I love this kind of dish.

[SK] said...

wow, i like this!! ginger and spring onion is a perfect match.. can go with anything fish, pork, chicken, beef~~

Christine said...

nice and simple and delish!

suituapui said...

Yummmm....dunno what sang yee is, but as long as it's not Dory. Yucks!!!

Yee Ling said...

I seldom fry fish lor....steam is the easiest..LOL!! no mess.

WendyinKK @ Table for 2..... or more said...

We ate almost the same dish tonight.
but I used Dory (LOL, I know it's yucks!)

Eh, come to KK next time, lots of sangyue around.

Merryn said...

This recipe i must keep in case I'll need it for confinement somewhere in the future!

fufu said...

sang yee :) i like!


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