How to cook flounder fish
- David cook
How To Cook Flounder Fish
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recipe: (per ms B and Quan's request)
cod filet (or whole flounder
would be nice)
scallions (white part only or sometimes i use leeks)
chinese cooking wine
the fish in vinegared water. pat try. season with salt and pepper. cut some slits into the fish skin and stuff ginger into them. add the wine, some vegetable oil and drizzle sesame oil over the fish. scatter the scallions over the fish. let marinade for at least 1 hr.
2. when ready to eat, microwave the dish for 4 minutes (or longer depending on how thick the fish is). in the meantime, heat up the soy sauce and vegetable oil mixture. when the fish is done, pour the soy sauce mixture over fish and serve.
Pieces Of The Puzzle (Sepia)
I get hungry, and bored. Answer? Solving puzzles - well, creating a picture in my head, breaking it apart into pieces, and then figuring how the hell to put it back together right.
After failing to find some tilapia in the freezer, I settled for it's less savory white-meat cousin, Flounder. Creativity spurs ingenuity and impulsion, so I grabbed a carton of eggs, handful of cilantro, the teeny bit of diced tomato we had left over from the salad a couple nights ago, a container of some Canadian Chicken (I'd like to know what makes this so damn Canadian) seasoning, Italian (again, what makes this Italian?), and crushed red pepper flakes.
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