Experiment with ponzu

Ponzu is a Japanese lime or a citrus seasoned soy sauce which I discovered in the supermarket of Siena. It can’t be bad in combination with fish and

vegetables.

Buy a whole fish, super fresh. Ask to clean it to save cooking time ( one condition: prepare at the same day). Wash and dry the fish.

Mix 4 table spoons of ponzu with 1 table spoon of sesame, 1 table spoon of fish sauce, 2 table spoons of rice vinegar and 1 teaspoon of sugar.

Put the fish in an oven dish. Spread some mixture in the fish. Add 4 spring onions. Bake in the oven at 200° for 25-30 mins until fish is ready. Turn halfway.

Chop 4 cm of fresh ginger, 4 garlic cloves, 1 chili. Fry in a drizzle of wok oil. Add 1 chopped paksoi. Bake and stir. Add 200 grams of soy sprouts. Bake. Add the leftover of the mixture.

Serve and enjoy.


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