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Steamed Miso Ginger Onion Fish
Posted by HAKEN
Sunday, July 27, 2008 11:09 AM


Living in Hawaii, fish and a good majority of seafood are readily available. I usually like my fish in sashimi or poke form, but every now and then I crave steamed fish, epecially when the resulting sauce from the steaming is poured over a bowl of hot rice.



Steamed fish is easy to make and doesn't require much work or preparation. Simply get some oily white fish that's steamable. What you don't want to get is a fish that'll dry out when it's over cooked or should be eaten a bit undercooked like salmon.



Mix in some miso, which adds a bit of miso taste and a bit body to the resulting sauce.



Add some shitake mushrooms, green onions, ginger, a bit of garlic, a tsp or so of soy sauce, and a tsp of cooking oil.



Put the entire bowl into a steamer.



Steam until the resulting sauce are about the height of the topping.



Scoop the fish out along with the sauce and pour it over a bowl of steamed rice. A simple and quick meal.



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