Monday, August 2, 2010

Steamed Miso Cod fish & Thank you to Bo's bowl

This is the way usually how I cook the cod fish, with Japanese miso paste, personally I feel they are a perfect combination.

Steamed Miso Cod Fish




Steamed Miso Cod Fish
(printable recipe)

500g Cod fish
2tbsp Japanese Miso paste
2tbsp water
6 red dates, halved
½” ginger, shredded
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 shredded in a steaming plate, mix miso and water, add miso water, pepper and sesame oil.
2. Steam over high heat for about 10mins (start to steam it when water is boiled)
3. Garnish with spring onions, serve hot with steam rice.

Steamed Miso Cod Fish
Happy Cooking !!
** And I would like to take this opportunity to Thanks Bo's bowl to included me along with three other fellow bloggers in his giveaway. Do feel free to visit his blog and join his latest giveaway.
Bo, from the bottom of my heart, thank you very much. Glad to know you via blogging.

36 comments:

simply.food said...

Wonderful dish ,beautifully prepared and clicked.

Quinn said...

So clever, I always feel miso taste milder than Taucheo, i do steam it this way too, plus chili oil and coriander leaves please!!!

Meldylocks and Her Three Bears said...

Hmmm...miso paste...you always give great ideas, Sonia!

ReeseKitchen said...

Woo...very interesting leh. I used to steam with those tau-jeong. Bet this is lighter and healthier. Thanks for the recipe...:)

Olive said...

the fish looks tender and flaky...delicious! :)

Honey Bee Sweets said...

This looks perfect! Gonna try this end of the week. but first will try out your Teriyaki Salmon tomorrow dinner, yum!

Little Inbox said...

Do you buy the fresh cod fish or frozen cod fish?
There was once I bought fresh cod fish from supermarket, but it turn out not really fresh.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Yum I live fish and this looks so inviting. Diane

Cheah said...

Wow, salivating already Sonia. Great clicks!

Ana Powell said...

Awesome and delicious way to cook and serve cod.
Beautiful looking dish too.
Wishing you a great week ♥

WyYv said...

Oh my.. I gotta take a bowl of white rice to eat with this delicious looking fish :D

Jessie Hearty Bakes said...

Another great idea Sonia! Never thought of using miso for steam fish. Looks deli!

Chow and Chatter said...

wow what a wonderful cod recipe I adore cod will have to try this one, yummy and Bo has the best recipes doesn't he

Jane Chew said...

wah! this is my michelle's favourite. Will try out one day.

busygran said...

I haven't tried with miso. Usually I do it with lots of garlic. Looks good. Will give miso a try for a change.

Weng said...

Hi Sonia, I have been your silent reader since long ago. (cant remember when. haha) I love to cook and bake, but I never had the commitment to blog about it. With all your lovely posts as a source of encouragement, I have started up a blog about a month ago. I am really glad I did and I hope I will be able to learn more from you.

I hop over to Bo's Bowl and intend to join the giveaway, so I chose your blog as my favourite blog! Keep up the work ! You have a really nice blog =)

tigerfish said...

Initially, I thought the red dates were gojiberries :p...love cod....and this is a simple flavorsome way to cook it.

Pete said...

Mmmmm, cod fish....everyone in my family loves it!

Anncoo said...

I love to steam cod fish too with fermented black beans, garlic and chilli :)

Shandy said...

Gorgeous dish Sonia. Love the red dates on top.

Jeannie said...

Simple yet delicious, that's how I like my food!:D

Little Corner of Mine said...

Easy and delicious!

Jhonny walker said...

Sonia,,,
this looks incredible. Soft and delectable.

Bo said...

Sonia...This sounds fantastic! I have never tasted miso. The soup is becoming popular here, but I have never had it. I will have to try this....Thank you...you are so welcome...I was happy to include your blog as it is one I enjoy reading and have learned so much from.

Yummy Koh said...

I like steam cod fish too but mine is very simple - just rub with a little salt and sugar. Thanks for sharing - now I learn another new version.

Terrianne, Call me Ree said...

Hi,

This looks wonderful! I love fish. I have never tried miso, but would love to!

3 hungry tummies said...

I can easily finish the whole plate! Looks delicious!

卡珞 said...

I like cod fish, especially steamed. This looks so yummy!!!

Mary said...

This really looks delicious. I can't wait to give this a try. I'm trying to work more fish into our diet and this looks like it would be a perfect addition. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Dear all, Thanks for stopping by and leave your kind words, do try out this simple cod dish.

Little inbox, there is no way to get fresh cod here, they always in frozen pack, but i get this from wet market.

Weng, Thanks for your support, I have added your blog in my blog list.

Sue said...

Hi Sonia, I had used your recipe to steam cod fish last night. Thumb up! I added a bit of mirin. Everyone in my family love it. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Otherwise I always steam cod fish with garlic and chilling or chai po and garlic.

Colin Woon said...

I love Cod fish. With Japanese miso paste?! Hmmm...gotta ask my wife to try this! Thanks!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Sue, Thanks for trying, ok, next time I also want to add some mirin. Thanks.

Colin, ya, you should.

Blessed Homemaker said...

Sonia, I didn't have time to inform you that I've tried this, it is indeed a perfect combination!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia,
Can u advise how long can we keep the miso paste in the fridge, once we open it?

Becca

http://dapurresepnusantara.blogspot.com/ said...

perfect combination!

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