Friday, July 12, 2013

Sous Vide Recipes: Dill & Garlic "Cantonese Style" Haddock

One of my favourite ways to eat fish is steamed - a classic Chinese technique that I believe brings out the best flavour and texture of fish whilst keeping it juicy. I am also very partial to Cantonese Style Steamed Sea Bass which is usually understood as a whole steamed sea bass bathed in a soy sauce and Shaoxing Rice Wine sauce, topped with ginger and spring onion then doused with sizzling oil.

For me, fish cooked sous vide brings the same advantages as steaming: and my next Sous Vide Supreme recipe had to be a variation on a theme. Going sustainable with haddock and playing with dill and garlic.