I have spotted trevally fish with coconut milk and steamed endives leaves for lunch today. The fish looks like this and I have no idea about this fish since it is my first time to eat on.
|spotted trevally fish|
The taste? despite being cooked in vinegar and coconut milk, the fishy taste still standed out. It was not that strong though so I find it acceptable and the meat is a bit tough for a fish as compare to tilapia or bangus.
Anyway, we need varieties in our fish consumption so we are adding this in our to cook fish list.
Spotted Trevally fish – 1 whole (around 250 g.), halved
White vinegar – 5 tbps
Water – ½ cup
Onion, diced – 1 small
Garlic – 3 cloves
Salt – 1/5 tsp
Kara Coconut cream – 5 tbsp
1) Place the fish, water, vinegar, salt, pepper, onion, and garlic in a saucepan and boil.
2) When the fish is cooked (make sure there’s broth remaining) add the coconut cream and ¼ cup of water. Let it boil.
Serve with steamed endive leaves. Chow 🙂
Estimated Nutritional content per serving (100 g.) based on ingredients used:
Calories : 295 kcal Cholesterol : 15 mg.
Protein : 22 g Sodium : 489 mg.