Asian-style Soy Sauce Oil with Fish
My husband brought home rainbow trout after a fishing trip. I knew I wanted to celebrate the freshness and flavor of the fish so I thought a simple Asian-style preparation would be best. I was right! Here’s how I did it:
1. Salt fillets and place in foil tent. Bake at 350* for 10 minutes.
2. While fish is baking, saute chopped garlic and ginger in olive oil. Once garlic and ginger has softened, add chopped green onions, chopped ginger and a dash of sesame oil to the pan.
3. When fish is done, remove from oven. Turn oil on stove to high.
4. Drizzle soy sauce over fish. Immediately drizzle hot oil over fish.
The sauce will work with any light, non-oily fish - especially white fish like tilapia, cod and sole. This simple preparation will allow you to taste the freshness of the fish while the garlic and herbs complement the fish. The oil adds an unctuousness to the meat. This dinner is literally ready to eat in 15 minutes and I couldn’t be happier to share this dish with you!