When we were visiting my parents some weekends ago, my mom made these egg-fried fish fillet as one of the side dishes for our brunch. Mom and dad had gone to the fish market in Newport Beach that morning to buy some fresh fish off the boat. It is needless to say the taste of fresh fish is simply incomparable to frozen seafoods. They are mildly chewy and soft that they simply melt in the mouth... This fried fish fillet goes well with rice, or as an anju for soju.
For 3 servings
Fish fillet (1-2 lb, thinly sliced)
flour (1 cup)
salt and pepper
you're back! i can't wait to try this!!
I came across your blog and absolutely love it. I've already looked at a few pages worth of recipes and cannot wait to get started. I'm very much an amateur when it comes to Korean cooking and have relied on my mom to either cook for me or help me, I'm thrilled to be able to do it myself! Thank you.
Do you have the recipe for dakdoritang? I couldn't find it on your site.
Thanks for your comment, Renee!
I don't have a recipe for dakdoritang "yet". I casually tried making it once before and it came out pretty good. So, I am now looking for an occasion to make it again so that I can post the recipe here.
However, I have to tell you that it won't be any time soon. My husband is allergic to chicken including its smell and even the look of it - he just can't stand chicken around him. So, I've been avoiding chicken in our kitchen except for the time when we have guests over or when we fight and I kinda take chicken as my ammunition against him. ^^
ray ban sunglasses
pandora charms sale clearance
coach outlet online
christian louboutin outlet
yeezy boost 350
curry 4 shoes
curry 6 shoes
supreme new york
yeezy boost 350 v2
i1o42t8l84 p4s23a4i17 v6f00x0c09 q5h88k5s93 s7m23n2x27 d2b85m9o14
r4t73y0d85 f3a15x8b58 t8v16v4w36 p1p25t6s72 h2i65v7i34 g5z78n0i66
Post a Comment