Wednesday, May 02, 2007

FRIED BREADED DORY WITH VEGETABLES



This is a relatively simple to make fish dish. Your accompaniment is up to your desire; you can have it with chips, and it'll be your old favorite: Fish & Chips with vinegar and salt. Actually, this is a sorry excuse for a 'lazy' meal.

Pat dry the fish with kitchen towel, and have it soak in marinade for ½ hour before use.

INGREDIENTS


4 pcs. Dory

MARINADE

4 tbsp. Rice vinegar Wine

3 tbsp. Japanese Soy Sauce

1 tsp. Sugar

½ tsp. Black Pepper



METHOD


In 3 separate plates, prepare the cornflour, 1 beaten egg and breadcrumbs for the fish coating.



Coat the marinated fish with cornflour.



Then the egg dip.



Finally, drench into the breadcrumbs.



Heat up the wok on medium heat, and pour in ½ a cup of sunflower oil. Slide in the coated fish. Shallow-fry for about 3 minutes on each side.



Meanwhile, boil the carrots for about 10 minutes in a sauce pan. Then the snow peas for another 2 minutes. Drain, then put in a spoonful of butter to coat, and slightly salt.
**Some assembly is required

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