A simple dish using fish fillet. Good for the kids because NO BONES! I remembered once I feed Le-Ann with fish, and the bones got stuck on her throat. We rushed her to the hospital ER to removed the bone from her throat. Ever since then, I swear to myself I am not going cook any fish with lots of bones for the kids. Hence, fish fillet is the best! LOL. I always buy garoupa fish fillet from the wet market. At times I used it to cook fish porridge, sometimes sweet & sour fish fillet and this round I stir fried the fish fillet with spring onions and ginger slices.
1 piece of garoupa fish fillet, sliced
Few slices of young ginger
Some chopped garlic
5 stalks of spring onions, cut to about 2? length
1 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tbsp soya sauce
1 tbso of Hsiao Xing wine
1 tsp sugar
1/4 tsp salt
1. Heat oil in wok, stir fry ginger, and garlic and till fragrant.
2. Add in fish fillet, oyster sauce, soya sauce and Hsiao Xing wine. Stir fry a minute.
3. Season with salt and sugar and lastly add in spring onions. Give it a quick stir and dish up.