Sunday, 31 May 2009

Mitch's Fish Part 2


I cooked Mitch's fish Asian style. I stuffed it with lemongrass, ginger, garlic, lemon slices, lime slices, chili and coriander. I topped it with lemon slices, lime slices, chili, coriander leaves, garlic, salt flakes, fresh ground pepper. Drizzled it with sesame oil and light soy.

Then I wrapped it in a double layer of foil and baked it for an hour on 180 degrees.



When it was unveiled in all it's marvelous glory the smell roamed through the house. It was amazing.



I served it with bokchoy that I lightly stir fried with ecshallots, sesame oil, soy sauce and oyster sauce. Heaven.


I served it on a bed of fragrant jasmine rice that I cooked in the rice cooker with a cup of shredded coconut. I topped the sweetlip with chopped chili, eschallots sliced fine and a little light soy. It was so moist and so delicious and just so refreshing. Not heavy but very satisfying. You will just have to wait and see what I do with the long nose fish.
This post is dedicated to Mitch and his beautiful fish :)






36 comments:

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It looks so delicious
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Daniela Restrepo said...

I think this would work really nicely with corvina too (black drum)

kathie said...

That fish looks awesome! The veggies- yum!

Katherine said...

The fish looks amazing. I tried cooking fish in the same way but found that the lemon made it a little bitter. Do you know how I can prevent this from happening? You have a really nice blog. Thanks for sharing your recipes.

Jimmy said...

nice blog squishy..and your name is very sweet..
By the way this mitch's fish recipe seems to tough to cook..isnt it..??

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Orce Serrano Hams said...

Great recipe, looks very impressive! Gracias

Clare said...

Hi

Just found your blog! After much frustrating surfing I'm finally finding some fellow food bloggers up north...
I'm in Cairns and my blog is Tropical Cuisine: Cooking in Clare's Kitchen
If you know of any other tropical Australian food bloggers, I'd love to know,

thanks

Clare

recipes said...

looks great it's must be very delicious, i'll try it on my kitchen

Brad said...

This looks like a great dish.

Burn Belly Fat said...

Wow! They look so delish! Love to taste them :) I am a food lover too, Actually I have lots of recipes posted on my blog! Thanks for sharing your recipes!

Driveway Gate said...

Yummy!

You make hungry..This looks delicious..

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Red Fox said...

Looks like a very interesting Dissh, Thanks for sharing.

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David said...

Ya that fish was really amazing.. I cook fished by spreading Patan ghee around it and really the taste becomes like coconut which is soooo good.. Cheers

WizzyTheStick said...

Yummy, yummy looking fish and a great recipe.

finger lickin good said...

yuuuuuum!

Yummita said...

Wow :) What a beautiful fish! I have some fish meat in my freezer and was looking for a fish recipe. This looks good - guess now I know what to do for lunch :) Thank you.

Cheers

Yummita

Yummita said...

Wow :) What a beautiful fish! I have some fish meat in my freezer and was looking for a fish recipe. This looks good - guess now I know what to do for lunch :) Thank you.

Cheers

Yummita

Maaya said...

the fish looks so good. with the green on the side even better.. yum

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Lynne @ CookandBeMerry said...

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Soma Sengupta said...

This looks so delicious. Thanks for the great post.

Robin said...

The veggies look wonderful. Very nicely done.

Chef Gulzar said...

Hi!

Nice post! Great recipe...It looks so delicious.......Thanks for sharing your recipes.



James Parker….
Chef Gulzar

chuck said...

The fish really look delicious! I miss fishing with my folks.

lexa michaels said...

These look so good and healthy at the same time!I work in a Body Painting Gallery and we often have stuff like this for lunch. Yum!

Alex said...

I agree. The food looks amazing. Makes me want to cook my favorite fish, salmon...

Rachel - Euros said...

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Abigail said...

I love green beans, probably one of my top 5 veggies to eat. So glad to see another good recipe since I make them the same EXACT way every time….

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Ryan said...

This looks absolutley delicious and healthy! Thanks for sharing this great recipe. Will have to try this out soon! take care!

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