Wok-Cooked Monkfish with Sesame Soy Sauce

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  • on May 06, 2013

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    Not only is the picture incorrect, the ingredients listed, and description are a culmination of the first fish recipe and the one this is supposed to be.... Please correct.

    6 pieces of monkfish
    capful of shao xing rice wine
    5 or 6 glugs of light soy sauce
    finely chopped chili, garlic and ginger
    rough chopped spring onion, coriander and chives


    The actual dish shows 6 pieces of monkfish, placed in a wok with 2 tbs corn oil. Add the capful of shao xing rice wine, add several glugs of the light soy sauce, and while this is cooking, (approx 5 minutes per side add some of the ginger, garlic, chili mix. Turn over at the 5 minute mark. When the fish is opaque, approx 10 minutes, turn off the wok, add the rough chopped cilantro, spring onions and chives, and allow to wilt in the heat. Serve with pre-cooked broccoli and asparagus. Also Thai Fragrant rice which she added a light drizzle of sesame oil, chives and spring onions.... yum!

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  • on December 10, 2012

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    This is the wrong photo for the monkfish dish. This was a steamed whole sea bass cooked first in a steamer and finished in the wok. It was the first dish cooked for the show. The recipe for this dish is not given - only the photo.

    Jim in So Calif

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