Thursday, September 16, 2010

Steamed Miso Cod Fish

I'm happy to receive comments in my blog but I'm not making enough effort to reply to all the comments.  With blogging and blog hopping, it is already quite a handful to me.  In fact, sometimes I don't even have time to publish the comments.  Reason being, I'll only publish if I know I have time to reply to the comments, else I won't, in case I forget to reply (that happened so many times).  I don't know how other bloggers do it, especially the popular bloggers (they have easily over 50 comments in a day!).  Honestly speaking, I don't think I have the time to manage that.  So, I'm happy with what I have now.  Sour grapes?  No, definitely not.  Just in contradictions.  Hahaha!

Enough of my thoughts.  I've never tried using miso paste for any other cooking besides soup so when I saw Sonia's posting here, I knew I just have to try it.  I love cod fish!

I have 2 pieces of cod fish in my freezer so I cooked this for lunch (weeks back).  I reduced the usage of miso paste slightly as I was worried it may end up too salty.  In addition, I always use more water when steaming fish as my kids like to add the sauce into their rice.

I cannot disagree with Sonia, this is a perfect combination!

350g Cod fish (tail part), sliced
6 red dates, washed and sliced
some ginger, shredded

1 tbsp Japanese Miso paste
2 - 3 tbsp water
A dash of Pepper
A few drops of sesame oil

Spring onions, shredded (soak in water to get nice curl)

  1. Place cod fish, red dates and ginger in a steaming plate.
  2. Mix all seasonings in a small bowl and spoon over cod fillet/steak.
  3. Steam over high heat for about 5 - 7 mins.
  4. Garnish with spring onions and serve immediately.


WendyinKK said...

Miso goes well with so many things and so so versatile.
I'm sure your kids enjoyed the gravy with rice.

Yummy Bakes said...

Great dish - have done this a few times and everybody at home love it.

Happy Homebaker said...

This dish looks good and simple enough for me try! I read your blog regularly but sometimes I hardly have time to leave a comment, yes, it replying comments and questions takes up a lot of time.

ann low said...

Thanks for sharing this delicious dish. Looks so good with miso :)

Kitchen Corner said...

Oh wow! I think this is good tips. I never think of steam fish with miso. I've another choice for my steam fish this week. Thanks for sharing!

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

glad you try out this recipe, something simple and nice.

Blessed Homemaker said...

You are right, miso goes well so many things. I've tried Anncoo's miso chicken and it tasted great too.

This is my first time cooking it this way but it sure won't be the last.

Blessed Homemaker said...

I read yours regularly too and like you, I seldom leave a note :P Guilty! Sometimes, I don't want to comment just for the sake of making a comment but occassionally, I'll still drop a line or two to show my presence ;-)

Blessed Homemaker said...

I've tried your braised chicken with miso and I like it too. Didn't have time to blog about it yet.

Blessed Homemaker said...

I hope you will enjoy this as much as I did!

You are fast, I still didn't have time to drop by your blog to inform you yet. Thanks for sharing this great recipe!

Clare @ Mrs Multitasker said...

Ahh this looks so simple I love it! Bookmarking it!

Blessed Homemaker said...

You really should try this!