Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Fish Fillet with Tofu and Tausi (Black Beans)

This is my sister's specialty.  I would always prefer that she cook it instead of me.  Really, it taste different, the dish taste like it came out of a  Kitchen of  a Chinese Restaurant.  Thank you sis, for cooking me this wonderful dish!  Both healthy and filling...  Yum Yum!

Ingredients:
500g fish fillet (Cream Dori or labahita), cut 2 inches wide, 2 inches long

1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper

200g tofu, cubed (or more)


1 cup cooking oil

3 cloves garlic, peeled/minced


2 small onions, sliced


2 tbsps all-purpose flour

2 tbsps cornstarch, diluted in ½ cup water

1 cup Button mushrooms, sliced

1 medium carrot, sliced

1 cup leeks, sliced

2 tablespoons black beans/tausi

1 tbsp soy sauce

1 cup water (or juice of canned mushroom)

2 tbsp Oyster Sauce


½ tbsp Sesame Oil

1 cup Young Corn (canned), sliced

Few slices of ginger (about a thumb)

Directions:
1. Marinate sliced fish fillet in Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper for 30 minutes. Roll fillets in all-purpose flour, fry until slightly brown, set aside; Do the same to your tofu, set aside.

2. Mash black beans/tausi. Heat pan with cooking oil, saute garlic, onion, and then add tausi, sauté for 5 minutes, then add water (or liquid from the canned mushroom), let it simmer for 5 minutes. Then add carrots, young corn – stir for awhile, then the mushrooms and leeks. Add oyster sauce and sesame oil, ginger and the diluted cornstarch. Season to taste (add salt or soy sauce and if you want, a bit of sugar).

3. Then add the fried fish fillets and tofu into the sauce. Serve hot with rice.

Note : You can still add your other favorite vegetables like brocolli, sayote, and cauliflower

Happy cooking!

4 comments:

Manang Kim said...

Ayayay this is so yummy specially it is made with tofu, healthy eating you know -wink-

The Wifey Diaries said...

wow! yummy. thanks for sharing the recipe. will try this sometime over the weekend.

Leah said...

Hi Manang Kim and Wifey Diaries,
I'm gladd you liked this recipe. This is actually one of my favorite dishes .. kakagutom ulit!

Anonymous said...

mmmmmmmmmmmmmm yummy...this is the one of my favorite dishes tnx for sharing Mom Techie.