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World’s best steamed fish recipe for fresh scorpion fish, poisonous and delicious like a puffer fish #13337140 11/09/19 11:54 PM
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Today I’m going to share 3 techniques with you.
1, The recipe, works for most fish with white meat
2. How to steam the fish without a steamer
3. How to prepare your own sauce in simple steps

If the video below doesn't show properly, here is the direct youtube link.


Here are the simple ingredients:
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To make a simple sauce for steamed fish, we simply mix 2 tbsp soy sauce, diced onion (10g), green onion (5g) and cilantro (5g) and let them sit there for 30 minutes. It’s a good alternative if you cannot find off-the-shelf sauce I mentioned in the previous video on the forum.

Re: World’s best steamed fish recipe for fresh scorpion fish, poisonous and delicious like a puffer fish [Re: fishingap] #13337476 11/10/19 01:55 PM
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No way I'm eating that !!!


I'm glad there are wine drinkers in this world ..... it saves more beer for the rest of us.
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Re: World’s best steamed fish recipe for fresh scorpion fish, poisonous and delicious like a puffer fish [Re: Big Hopper] #13338359 11/11/19 05:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Big Hopper
No way I'm eating that !!!


;), it indeed takes a lot of courage to eat the scorpion fish. Btw, the recipe works for most white meat fish, especially for crappie when I was back in Dallas.

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