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Cantonese Steamed Spotted Garoupa

Cantonese Steamed Spotted Garoupa Recipe

Try the fresh flavour of this light Cantonese dish of steamed fish with soy sauce, scallions and gingers.

26 June, 2018
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serves for


total time

0 HR 20 MIN


Coral trout
600 g
50 g
Soy sauce
1 tbsp, dark
1/2 tbsp
Peanut oil
5 tbsp


Step 01

Put some of the sliced scallions on a plate, place the cleaned leopard coral grouper on top, then some more scallions on top of the fish.

Step 02

Once a pan of water has come to the boil, lie the plate on top to steam for about 8 minutes. Remove the boiled scallions and set the steamed sauce on the plate aside.

Step 03

Later, lay some fresh scallions on the steamed fish.

Step 04

Empty the pan then reheat it. Add the steamed sauce, light soy sauce, dark soy sauce and white sugar.

Step 05

After about 10 seconds, pour the sauce mixture onto the plate with the fish. Heat the peanut oil and sprinkle it around the scallions on top of the fish.


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