I love fish. Don’t you?
Instead of eating red meat or poultry, I’d rather eat seafood. I enjoy the light flavor and the variety of dishes I can make out of the many kind of seafood in the market.
I grew up eating fish because my Dad loves to eat fish. Growing up, I remember going to the “Palengke” or wet market. Fresh caught fish, shellfish, octopus, crustaceans and even sea cucumbers and sea urchins can be bought. It’s simply a delight learning easy fish recipes but what makes me extra happy about this particular recipe is that my family gave me a high score on this 🙂
- 3 pcs. Basa fish fillet
- 3 tbsp. Capers, washed and drained
- 1 Lemon
- Ginger, julienned
- Shallots. thinly sliced
- Olive oil
- Salt and pepper
Cut the Basa fish fillet into bite sizes. Cut the lemon in half. Juice half of the lemon while slicing the other half into very thin round slices.
Into a non-stick pan, heat 1 teaspoon of olive oil. Saute the ginger and shallots until fragrant. Add the fish, some salt and pepper, the capers and the sliced lemon. Cook for 2-3 minutes on medium high heat. Add in the lemon juice and drizzle with some more olive oil. Cover the pan and cook for another minute.