this is really good, reminds me of a dish they serve at a Chinese restaurant that is why I tweaked it a little bit to really be the copy of the one they served. I added some cubed tofu and doubled up the sauce recipe and added some chopped Chinese Cabbage. I posted a picture and hopefully the picture gets approved.
Loved it. Light and healthy but tasty. I added some sweetner to the sauce and followed the rest of the recipe as is. Keeper!
This was very good. I think it might be even better if the fish were sauteed in the sauce on the stove rather than baked. I think that might infuse the fish with the flavors even more. Note (perhaps only to me, being miss oblivious...) that cayenne pepper is very spicy, so watch that you don't add more than that 1/4 tsp (like I did...fire!)
This was great, I made it tonight using Orange Roughy, I doubled the sauce and served it over couscous. I didnt add any extra salt and it was perfect!
OMG!! This was so good! I've been looking for a recipe similar to a dish I get at a local asian take out. This didn't look the same but it tasted almost exactly the same! Thank you so much!!
I thought it was very clean tasting which was nice but not what I expected.
MMMMMM YUMMY THIS WAS SOOOOOO GOOD! i too used chicken broth instead of water and bouillon, sesame oil instead of olive oil and ended up throwing everything w/ the fish while baking and sauce thickened up nicely. very flavorful and will definately go into my favorites file. THANK YOU FOR SHARING!
Very flavorful! I used bottled minced garlic and less cayenne.
Delicious fish recipe! I might have been a little heavy-handed with the ginger, but I love the stuff and found enough in the sauce to eat a little with each bite of fish. YUM!
This was okay for me. My d/h liked it. Maybe I put too much ginger in? Thank you for sharing your recipe