Sunday, February 22, 2009

Fish Porridge



The weather in Singapore is really very hot these days... In order to beat the heat and whet our appetite, my chef cooked fish porridge for our lunch.

Fish Porridge

Main Ingredients:
1. (uncooked) Rice (washed and drained)
2. Batang Fish & Red Snapper
3. Preserved Chinese Cabbage (Dong Cai; 冬菜)
4. Light Soya Sauce
5. Water

Ingredients M:
1. Corn Flour
2. Hua Diao Wine (花雕酒)
3. Light Soya Sauce
4. Pepper
5. Salt
6. Sesame Oil

Ingredients G:
1. Chinese Parsley (chopped)
2. Spring Onions (chopped)
3. Fried Shallot
4. Fried Ginger Strips


Directions:
1. Clean the Batang Fish & Red Snapper and cut them into slices. Marinate the fish slices with Ingredients M and set aside.
2. Place the washed uncooked rice grains and water into a pot and bring to boil before lowering the heat.
3. When the rice grains start to soften, add the Dong Cai and Light Soya Sauce.
4. Put in the marinated fish slices and then bring the porridge to a boil.
5. Garnish the porridge with Ingredients G and serve.




19 comments:

napaboaniya said...

Looks like Teochew Muay to me :P
I like those fish slices..fresh and sweet in porridge :)

Little Inbox said...

Hmm, same in Penang. Very hot weather, but now suddently heavy down pour. I opt for something light also. Good for health.

Anya said...

Hi Dora
In Singapore is hot weather, delicious, I love heat!!!
I have translated the recipe and I try the recipe to make.
I'm glad I have you know, if we get eat more fish on the table :))
Here in The Nederlands are not so many fish recipes :(
I like fish, delicious :)))

liza said...

Hmmm, I have not tried fish porridge yet, but it looks good. :)

My WS entry will be up later. :D

Happy WS!

VG said...

Normally I make chicken or pork 'moi'. Must try your fish version...looks really yummy!!!

FickleMinded said...

it looks yummy, and i think it's also good for our cold weather here. :)
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milet said...

its also hot here in the philippines. i haven't heard about fish porridge, i always cook it with chicken but it seems delicious.

thanks for dropping by my ws.

SASSY MOM said...

It's also here in Manila. That looks delish. Have a great week ahead.

sweetytots said...

Looks yummy.. just like lugaw.my entry is here

EastCoastLife said...

The hot weather makes me lose my appetite. A bowl of fish porridge would be nice. :)

Heart of Rachel said...

That's a hearty looking dish. Thanks for sharing.

Carver said...

That looks delicious.

Arlene said...

Hmmm looks yummy and easy to prepare! Thanks for sharing.

Thanks for dropping at my entry, too!

Indrani said...

I learned something new today! Not too fattening either. Thanks!! :)

tigerfish said...

I don't mind the fish porridge too! One of my favs!

♥peachkins♥ said...

It's very hot in here(philippines) too.Your fish porridege looks really good!

Jenn said...

Oh wow! That looks really yummy! I love porridge or lugaw as we call it here in the Philippines! And yes, it is a great way to beat the heat although I love it too in cold weather. :-)

mysorefeet said...

Hi Dora! I normally have porridge when it's cold though. Your porridge looks yummy, I think I'll try that this weekend. I just hope the ingredients are readily available here.

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tanabata said...

Mmmm, that sounds good. It's still fairly cold here in Tokyo.