Halibut in Tomato Sauce

Halibut in Tomato Sauce

by Mother Maizi

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Many parents now buy silver cod for their babies as a supplement for their children. Good cod is expensive, and flounder also contains unsaturated fatty acids, but the price is much higher than that of cod, which can be said to be very cost-effective. A deep-sea fish is also very suitable as a baby food supplement. And it won’t hurt for the whole family to eat together. Today, my family used it to make a tomato sauce flavor. The meat is rich, white and tender, smooth and smooth, and has an excellent taste. The most important thing is that there are no small thorns, and it is easy to eat.


Halibut in Tomato Sauce

1. Thaw and wash the flounder, soak up the water with a kitchen paper towel, add some salt, black pepper, and cooking wine in a bowl, mix well and marinate for more than half an hour

Halibut in Tomato Sauce recipe

2. Prepared ingredients: chopped green onion and ginger, green and red pepper

Halibut in Tomato Sauce recipe

3. Add an egg to the bowl and beat it up, put the marinated fish pieces in the egg wash

Halibut in Tomato Sauce recipe

4. Put it in the flour and coat it well

Halibut in Tomato Sauce recipe

5. After the oil pan is heated, put the fish cubes

Halibut in Tomato Sauce recipe

6. Fry until golden brown and remove the oil control

Halibut in Tomato Sauce recipe

7. In another frying pan, sauté scallions and minced ginger

Halibut in Tomato Sauce recipe

8. Add appropriate amount of water and tomato red sauce and cook until the seasoning is completely melted and thickened. You can also use tomato sauce instead

Halibut in Tomato Sauce recipe

9. Add the fried fish pieces and quickly coat them with sauce

Halibut in Tomato Sauce recipe

10. Add green and red pepper cubes, drizzle with sesame oil and stir well

Halibut in Tomato Sauce recipe

11. Ready to cook

Halibut in Tomato Sauce recipe


This kind of fish is very tender and easy to disperse after being cooked, so the final step of coating the sauce is best to quickly turn the pot a few times. The tomato red stew seasoning I used today has already adjusted the taste, so I No need to add sugar or salt, if you change it to tomato sauce, adjust it yourself


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