Friday, November 02, 2007

Pan-Fried Saba Fish

My sis-in-law gave me 6 big pcs (whole fish) of Saba. Those Saba fish you eat it in Korean or Japanese restaurants. They either pan fried it, squeeze abit of lemon juice over it, that's it, is so yummy. My children love it with sauce. I did both.


8 comments:

KWF said...

Wow...looks like thos I eat in the restaurant. You're really a good cook!

singairishgirl said...

Wow, real saba fish. I know these days they sell them pre-cooked.

Cranberry said...

Hi kwf, thanks for the compliments. I saw your peach marshmallow cake, it was done very well, glad you and your family enjoyed it.

Cranberry said...

Hi singairishgirl, I bought those pre-cooked ones before, the sauce is quite sweet though..so i made my own sauce less sweeter to go with my saba. I still have 3 pcs in my fridge, will be making them again for lunch later.

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