What is fried fish with orange sauce ?
Fried fish with orange sauce is the nice combination of white meat as fish fillet and citrus sauce which is considered one of the golden source in the cancer fighting food. Orange sauce also give the interesting flavor for fish fillets stir fried. It is gentle and balanced. The fishy smell is disappeared.
Instruction to cook fried fish with orange sauce
- ½ teaspoon of pepper crushed
- ½ teaspoon of salt
- 160 g fish fillet cut into 6 cm pieces
- 1 teaspoon of garlic chopped fine
- 1 teaspoon of shallot chopped fine
- 2 teaspoons cooking oil
- 3-4 spoons of orange sauce
Prepared and cooking time: 20-30 minutes
Serve: 2 servings
- Season fish fillets with garlic, shallot, pepper and salt for 13-16 minutes.
Add cooking oil, mix it well with fish fillets for 7 minutes.
- Heat a non stick pan, add fish into the pan fry for 4-8 minutes. Turn them and wait for 3 minutes.
- Add orange sauce for boiling, turn the fish fillets again. You may taste the fish if it suits your flavor.
- Turn off the cooker. Add the dill for increase the aroma and decoration.
Spoon out the fish and place them into a dish for serving warmly.
Many people don’t like so much to use the spices in cooking. However for both flavor and disease prevention, spices have their power because they are rich in nutritive facts which may contribute to our health.
In the same case with cancer recipes, different spices are advised to combine together with main ingredients to limit the wasting these cancer fighting food. And you can find in stir fried fish with orange sauce, the pepper, garlic and shallot are used.
Garlic is considered a potential anticancer food. Beside, shallot in general and onion are supposed to keep doctor away in the case we use it regularly.
By the reason above, a simple recipe like stir fried fish fillet with orange sauce contained the beneficial ingredients is worthy to you to try sometimes.
Finally, with you and your family have a nice meal together in the happy atmosphere.
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