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Steam Siakap Fish with Lime Juice


Anyone can cook this recipes like a pro:)

Ingredients
Siakap Fish (Barramundi/Asian Seabass)
Celery
Tomato
Cili Padi
Red Chilli
Yellow Onion

For marinate
Garlic
Onion
Salt & Sugar
Oyster Sauce
Black Pepper
Lime Juice

Cooking Methods
Crush garlic, onion & black pepper. Add in oyster sauce & lime juice.
Rub all the ingredients onto fish, add in salt and a bit of sugar.

Add in all the veges on top (celery, tomato, cili padi, red chilli & yellow onion)

Steam for 15-20 mins...ready to serve.... yummy

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