Cooking Fish Stew in Light Soy Sauce



Cooking fish stew in light soy sauce is perhaps, Chinese-inspired. I'll use a lot of spices for this recipe to liven up the flavors and aroma of the dish. Mind you however, that like most of my home cooking recipes, we won't be needing any MSG to make our fish dish exceptional.


I'm using lapu-lapu or the grouper fish in cooking fish stew in light soy sauce. The soft meat of the grouper fish goes very well with this simple dish or any soup-based fish recipe. We'll be cooking in low heat for this dish to avoid over-cooking our fish.


Cooking Fish Stew in Light Soy Sauce
Cooking fish stew in light soy sauce

Ready? Let's begin.

Ingredients in cooking fish stew in light soy sauce:
- garlic, crushed
- generous amounts of ginger, crushed
- generous amounts of shallots, cut in lengths
- Chinese celery or kinchay, chopped


Cooking Fish Stew in Light Soy Sauce
Cooking fish stew in light soy sauce: Use a lot of spice

- light soy sauce (Kikkoman all-purpose soy sauce is a good alternative)
- fish sauce
- pepper
- sugar
- water


Cooking Fish Stew in Light Soy Sauce
Put enough water in cooking fish stew in light soy sauce.
Let's start cooking fish stew in light soy sauce.
1. Rub the fish with salt.
2. Place it on a pan together with the garlic, ginger, shallots and chinese celery.
3. Add water half way across the level of the fish itself.
4. Add fish sauce and soy sauce into the pan.
5. Put the pan under low-medium heat.
6. When the pan begins to boil, turn the fish over to the other side.
7. Put the pan under low heat.
8. Season the soup with additional soy sauce, if necessary.
9. Add a bit of sugar.
10. Let is simmer until the fish is fully cooked.
11. Remove from the pan with the lid on.
12. Serve with hot steamy rice.

Cooking fish stew in light soy sauce is best served with a fish sauce and lemon condiment. This dish is fast to prepare; very refreshing and doesn't need any artificial seasoning to be a delight.

Enjoy cooking fish stew in light soy sauce at your homes! You may also like my steamed fish with Chinese celery recipe.

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I'm Rizza, the accidental blogger. My cooking journey started with an awful adobo dish that even I couldn't eat. Now here I am with more than a hundred tasty and enjoyable recipes. I love sharing my cooking experience and recipes with you. I hope to inspire you with more tasty, quick and easy meals that I have cooked and been cooking for my family. Enjoy and do come back for more!

5 comments:

  1. I am using light soy sauce too of datu puti. This is so unique ha.. sinigang and gata lng alam ko safish na may sabaw e....

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  2. looks yummy! using magic sarap/nam nam is quite prohibited to use in HRM, a lot of spices will do!

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  3. I like that it's easy to make yet really yummy! Will try cooking this for my daughter :)

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  4. I like how you angle your shots. They're clean, and the subjects look very fresh. :D

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  5. WHERE THE MEASUREMENTS FOR YOUR INGREDIENTS????!!!!!!

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