Recipe: Opening Wuchang fish

Home Cooking Recipe: Opening Wuchang fish

Notes:

Beautiful shape, delicate texture, fresh and spicy, Hubei cuisine

Ingredients:

Steps:

  1. Home Cooking Recipe: 1 piece of Wuchang fish is cleaned

    1 piece of Wuchang fish is cleaned

  2. Home Cooking Recipe: Cut into 1 cm thick sections

    Cut into 1 cm thick sections

  3. Home Cooking Recipe: Add ginger

    Add ginger

  4. Home Cooking Recipe: Marinated for 15 minutes

    Marinated for 15 minutes

  5. Home Cooking Recipe: The loading code is round and arranged neatly

    The loading code is round and arranged neatly

  6. Home Cooking Recipe: Put the water in the steamer and boil for 8-10 minutes.

    Put the water in the steamer and boil for 8-10 minutes.

  7. Home Cooking Recipe: Chopped shallots and red pepper

    Chopped shallots and red pepper

  8. Home Cooking Recipe: Steamed fish is taken out and the steamed water is poured out

    Steamed fish is taken out and the steamed water is poured out

  9. Home Cooking Recipe: Heat the oil in a wok and boil it on the steamed fish. Sprinkle with chopped green onion and red pepper. Sprinkle with sesame oil and steamed fish oil.

    Heat the oil in a wok and boil it on the steamed fish. Sprinkle with chopped green onion and red pepper. Sprinkle with sesame oil and steamed fish oil.

Tips:

1, steamed fish must use fresh fish within 500 grams, can not use frozen fish. 2, steamed fish time can not exceed 10 minutes. 3. The water evaporated from the steamed fish plate must be drained. 4, steamed fish without salt to pickle, marinated and steamed to affect the taste. There is no need to put salt throughout the production process, and the salt in the steamed fish oil is enough to taste.


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