<p>It is traditional to steam a whole fish – yes, with its head on! Feel free to use halibut, cod or even salmon steaks for this recipe if you wish. Choose the freshest fish you can find.</p>
Neen Gow Chinese New Year cake is nothing like western cakes. The use of glutinous rice flour results in a sweet, sticky cake which symbolises family cohesiveness. The cake is steamed, cooled and then sliced. The egg-dipped, pan-fried slices have a mellow sweetness and are slightly chewy.
Fried garlic in this dish gives it a wonderful aroma. Do use the freshest fish you can find – 2 trout are sufficient for 4 people sharing.
Steaming and fresh ginger enhances the subtle sweetness of the fish. It is traditional to steam a whole fish with it’s head on, but feel free to use halibut, cod or even salmon steaks for this recipe if you wish. Use the freshest fish you can find.
Wonton have been enjoyed by the Chinese for centuries and each region has their own version. The pork filling is very typical but they also work great with other meats such as chicken mince or even vegetables. Have these on their own dipped in a little bit of light soy sauce, or add them to … Continued