Ingredients

4 Ocean Trout Steaks
50g 1/4 cup white sugar
65ml 1/4 cup water
250ml 1 cup coconut water
3 tablespoons fish sauce
1/2 tablespoon sweet soy sauce (Ketjap Manis)
1 medium onion, halved and sliced
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
2.5cm/1in ginger, sliced in strips
2 spring onions, sliced into 1cm/half inch lengths, white and green separated
1 red chilli, sliced
Dash of ground white pepper

Instructions 

1. Add the coconut water and the two soy sauces together and set aside
2. Heat large pan on high heat add sugar and water, swirling to mix the two
3. When comes to boil, lower heat to medium cook about 5-7 minutes
4. Until thickens and turns a golden colour (not brown)
5. Place fillets on the caramel, increasing the heat slightly to medium high
6. Cook about 2 minutes each side to take on the colour of the caramel
7. Pour coconut water in, making sure not to pour directly onto fish
8. Scatter onions, garlic, ginger, white of spring onions, chilli, white pepper over
9. Using a ladle, very gently agitate (stir a little) the liquid to mix thoroughly
10. When liquid has come to boil, reduce heat down simmer 10 minutes, uncovered, to cook trout
11. At end of cooking time, liquid would have thickened considerably
12. You will have a sweet and thick caramelised sauce
13. In the last minute of cooking time, gently spoon some of this sauce over the steaks to colour the top
14. Turn heat off and scatter green part of the spring onions over
15. Serve with rice and vegetables.

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