This is a very Chinese homey dish. My kids will certainly love the fish fillet with the fermented soy bean. The guava gives this dish a unique flavour. You may substitute the guava with other vegetables like zucchini, cucumber, etc.
- 1 teaspoon chopped ginger
- 1 teaspoon chopped garlic
- 1 tablespoon fermented soy beans
- 1 medium sized guava, thinly sliced
- 1 lb Basa fillet
- salt and pepper to taste
- corn flour to coat the fish fillet
- 1/4 cup water
Click on the link below for the instructions.
Basa fillet is used because of its firm texture and it would’nt break up easily when fried.
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That looks simply amazing. Although I have never tried gava on it’s own, it seems like a good recipe. Wondering though, when you say fermented soy, you mean miso right? Sweet or bitter miso?
Hi Jeff, the Chinese fermented soy bean is usually slightly salty and very fragrant.
I want to be one of your kids if it means I get to eat food like that every day. (^_^) Guava with black beans sounds like a great combination. Very original.
Wow! good idea, I never though about fry fish fillet, usually i cooked it with curry & onion.
Looks good, I love this dish but never attempt to make it at home…should really try it…seems easy. 🙂
I would never have thought of stir-frying a fish dish with black beans until I started cooking for my parents…