Thursday, September 16, 2010

Baked Tilapia Fish with Sake

Now doesn't this look just yummy !
This is a very simple delicious dish made by Annie aka anniebananee.

Ingredients:

Tilapia Filets
Sake
Soy sauce
Chili Sesame oil
garlic
ginger
scallion
cilantro
salt and pepper
1. Line baking sheet with foil - lay out the filets with some garlic,ginger,scallion - seasoned with salt and pepper - a nice hearty drizzle of Sake.
2. Cover fish with foil and bake until done.
3. Heat oil in pan , when hot add in the rest of the ginger,garlic and scallions. Let it slightly brown and infuse the oil then pour over the fish. You can season the fish with soy sauce/chili sesame oil for extra flavor.

Dinner is Ready!

The Sake Baked Tilapia was served with
Baby Bok Choy , Stir fry String Beans, and Annie's perfect Steamed Egg.
Thank you Annie!

7 comments:

lequan@luvtoeat said...

Hey did you guys change the look of your blog? I likies! We always steam tilapia and do the sautéing of the ginger, garlic and scallions, but this recipe with sake sounds wonderful! I'll have to try this next time. Plus, a couple sips of sake along with dinner wouldn't hurt either huh ;-). Thank you for sharing!

Monet said...

I love using tilapia...it is such a mild and delicate fish. I imagine that the ginger and the sake add a wonderful kick to the fillets. And I love the ease of baking...a much easier clean up too!

Anncoo said...

WOW! Those tilapia really makes me drool! 留口水了 ;DD

Kate said...

Lovely!!! We fix tilapia regularly and don't have any recipes like this. Can't wait to try this. Kate @ kateiscooking.

Marisa said...

That tilapia does look SO yummy.My kind of meal!

Aubrey West @ Healthy Easy Recipes said...

Your recipe really looks great and yummy. Thought I don't really eat that kind of fish often, I can't wait to try this healthy recipe. Thanks!

Modern Farming said...

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