2 shallots (sliced thinly)
1/2 cups canola oil
250g snapper fillets
1/2 inches ginger (peeled, julienned fine)
1 tablespoon light soy sauce
1 sprig green onions (green part only, julienned)
1 sprig coriander


To make the shallot oil
1. In a small sauce pan, heat canola oil.
2. Add sliced shallots and fry till light golden brown
3. Remove from heat the shallots will continue browning to a deep brown
4. When cool, transfer oil and shallot crisps to a glass jar
5. Shallot oil can be kept for a couple of months in a jar
Preparing the fish:
1. Bring a wok of water with a steamer rack to boil
2. Smear a heat-proof deep plate with a little of the shallot oil
3. Place fish on the plate and top with ginger strips
4. Place in steamer and steam under boiling water for 7 minutes
5. Remove plate from the steamer
6. Drizzle with 1-2 Tablespoons of shallot oil, crisps and soy sauce
7. Top with green onions and coriander
Serve immediately
Serves: 2


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