My husband has a cold in this hot and cold weather. He has a napkin in his nostril. He looks very funny. It’s not easy to have a cold. It’s not delicious to eat. My husband said that he would like spicy food to stimulate the taste buds. I haven’t eaten fish head with chopped peppers for a while, so I’ll eat the wonderful steamed fish head with diced hot red peppers.
How To Make The Wonderful Steamed Fish Head with Diced Hot Red Peppers
Wash ginger, peel it, slice it in half, slice it in half, rinse it with shallot, slice it with scallion, slice it with scallion, slice it with scallion.
Find a deep dish, put some ginger slices and scallion first, put the fish head that is cut in half, the black inner membrane on the fish meat should be torn off, the right part of the fish head should be cut 2 times, put on 2 grams of salt to taste simply, pour cooking wine to remove fishiness, pour cooking wine on both sides of the fish head, marinate for about 10 minutes.
Peel garlic and put it in the blender
Put the ginger and peeled garlic into the chopper and beat them into small particles
Chopped peppers are bottled that you can buy in the supermarket.
The key point is to marinate the fish head. Don’t hurry to add chopped peppers. First put it in a hot pot and steam for 6 minutes. The water steamed out of the plate is the most fishy. It must be poured out, so that the steamed fish head doesn’t smell fishy and won’t affect the saltiness of the chopped peppers sauce.
Change into a small pot, heat it and put in 10 grams of corn oil. Stir in the ginger and garlic first, then add in the chopped pepper and stir well.
Season with salt, soy sauce and oyster sauce.
Pour the cooked chopped pepper sauce on the fish head.
Put it into a pot of boiling water and steam it over high heat for 8 minutes. If the fish head is relatively large, extend the time appropriately.
After the fish head is steamed, take it out and sprinkle with scallion. Put 10 grams of oil in the small pot and heat it up. Pour it over the fish head.
The Wonderful Steamed Fish Head with Diced Hot Red Peppers
- small pot
- 25 g Cooking wine
- 10 g Soy sauce
- 10 g oyster sauce
- 20 g oil
- 2 g salt
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