Steamed Shiitake and White Fish with preserved Black Beans

Steamed Shiitake and White Fish with preserved Black Beans

When you lift the lid after streaming shiitake mushrooms and white fish with preserved black beans, the aroma that wafts out is amazing!
This recipe works well with white fish such as marlin, cod, sea bream, and flounder.
※ This dish is also recommended to eat on rice.
Recipe created by: DRY and PEACE

(serves 2)

Dried shiitake mushrooms
10 grams
White fish (fillets)
2 slices
Sake
1 tablespoon
Salt
1/4 teaspoon
Long onion ●
1/2 stalk (50 grams)
Green chili pepper ●
1/2 (3.5 grams)
Ginger ●
1 wedge
Preserved black beans (chopped) ●
1 tablespoon
Sake ●
1 tablespoon
Soy sauce ●
1 tablespoon
Sesame oil ●
1/2 tablespoon
Shiitake soaking liquid ●
45 ml

1

Rinse shiitake mushrooms, soak in water to rehydrate, and slice. Reserve soaking liquid for later use.

2

Slice long onion and green chili pepper in thin slices diagonally. Julienne the ginger.

3

Season the fish fillets with 1/4 teaspoon of salt and 1 tablespoon of sake. Lightly wipe away any liquid that emerges.

4

Place 3) in a deep fish side by side and add 45 ml of the shiitake soaking liquid from 1). Mix the ingredients marked ● and add the mixture to the dish.

5

Steam in a hot steamer for about 15 minutes until the fish is cooked through.