Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Dukan Stir Fried Fish with Ginger and Eggs

Stir Fried Fish with Ginger and Eggs

Note: this is a scheduled post.

We enjoyed this recipe, but it probably would have been better with beef or chicken.

It's been a while since we made it so we can't remember if we loved it just liked it!  Must not have been loved since we haven't been wanting to try it again!  We do remember it being a very easy and quick dish to cook.

A few months ago we came across House of Annie's recipe blog.  It's beautiful and everything looks yummy.  They live here in Hawaii, but one of the bloggers is from Malaysia.  We decided to use their Stir Fried Beef with Ginger and Eggs recipe for our fresh shutome (swordfish).  

Our ginger did not come out as pretty as House of Annie's!

Note: We had this as a Pure Protein during our Reboot Attack phase...it does have oyster sauce, so it's up to you!

Serves 2
Prep Time: 10-15 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes or so

1 lb. shutome (swordfish) or any other fairly firm fish, slice into thin pieces
1 T. cornstarch
1 1/2" piece of ginger, cut into small strips without the skin
4 green onions stalks, chopped (any size you like)
1/4 c. or less, water
1 egg, lightly beaten (you can use 2 if you like)
1 T. olive oil

For marinade:

1 T. Shaoxing Rice Wine (or dry sherry)
1 T. soy sauce
1 T. oyster sauce
1 t. natural sweetener (we used Truvia)
1/2 t. pepper

Rinse, cut and pat dry your fish.  Mix marinade ingredients in a bowl.  Coat fish with cornstarch, then pour marinade over fish and gently mix, be sure each piece of fish is coated.  Set aside.  Prep ginger, green onions and egg separately.  You'll want to have everything ready...this dish cooks up pretty quickly.

Heat a wok over high heat.  Once hot, add the olive oil and swirl around in your wok.  Add ginger and stir fry...we didn't make ours golden crisp, but will do that next time.  Remove ginger from oil and drain on paper towels.

Add fish to the wok and stir fry for about a minute.  Add the green onions and stir fry for another 15 seconds.  Move the fish and green onions to the sides creating a well.  Add the water, then the beaten egg.  Stir everything together until egg is set.   Plate your fish and garnish with ginger.

The female half had this as is, no starch.  The male half had his over brown rice.

Enjoy...we sure did!

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