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Baked Fish Fillet Chinese Style
Rinse fish, rub with vegetable oil, salt (optional) and pepper (red pepper is okay use sparingly). Place 1/2 the ginger pieces and 1/2 the scallions in the bottom of a baking dish that will tightly hold the fish in one layer.
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Butterfish with Ginger Sauce
Saute the vegetables in a small amount of oil. Season with salt and pepper. Set aside. Cut the butter fish into 4 pieces, one for each person. Season fish with salt and pepper; dip into a little flour and shake lightly. Put the butter in a baking pan, add the fish, and bake in a 350F oven for about 10 minutes. Set aside and keep warm.
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Catfish with Garlic Sauce
Wash and drain the fish, cut into 3 cm pieces. Cut the white part of the garlic leek into diagonal slices, and shred the green leaves. Heat the wok, add 3 Tablespoons oil. Heat to hot and stir fry minced garlic to fragrant.
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Deep Fried Fish
If you enjoy eating fresh fish chances are you have probably deep fried them at least once. Although not the healthiest choice, deep frying fish gives them great flavor and that wonderful crispiness.
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Deep Fried Fish in Sweet Sour Sauce
Clean, dry and slice the fish into fish into thin pieces. Mix the marinade thoroughly and immerse the fish in the solution for 1 hour, turning every 15 minutes.
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Deep-fried Mandarin Fish Pieces
Wash the mandarin fish fillet clean, absorb water away with clean cloth and cut it into pieces like gills 5cm long, 4 cm wide and cm thick.
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Deep-Fried Spiced Fish
Score the fish by making diagonal slashes on each side. Place the ginger, scallion, 1 tsp of the salt and the sherry in a dish and add the fish. Leave to marinate for 30 minutes.
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Fish Chips with Tomato Sauce
Clean fish meat and drain well. Slice. Add in salt and cornflour to marinate for 10 minutes, set aside. Heat up oil, deep fry fish until golden brown. Dish up and drain. Set aside.
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Fish Fingers with Thai Dipping Sauce
Skin the fish fillets if necessary and, if there are any fine bones, remove with tweezers. Cut fish into long, thin strips. Season with a little salt then toss in plain flour then beaten egg, then crumbs, tossing lightly to coat evenly.
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Fried Cod Fillet
Pan-fry fish in 1-2 tbsp oil until golden yellow and done. Add Lee Kum Kee Sauce For Cod Fillet and heat through. Stir well lightly.
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