Hong Kong-Style Fish from Atlanta Fish Market

This restaurant recipe is from the Atlanta Fish Market, known for its innovative seafood dishes. This particular recipe has quite a fan base and is healthy as well. I highly recommend halibut for this dish...you can use a variety of fish, but it works best with a white, light, flaky fish.

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  • In a saucepan, combine soy sauce, water, sherry and sugar and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low to keep warm.
  • In a large skillet, heat sesame and olive oils. Add spinach and toss until wilted. Season with pepper and set aside.
  • Steam or saute fish until just done. Do not overcook.
  • to assemble: In a large soup bowl, place a bed of spinach. Rest fish on top of spinach and garnish with ginger and green onions. Pour soy broth over fish and serve.
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"This restaurant recipe is from the Atlanta Fish Market, known for its innovative seafood dishes. This particular recipe has quite a fan base and is healthy as well. I highly recommend halibut for this dish...you can use a variety of fish, but it works best with a white, light, flaky fish."

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  1. Epi Curious
    This restaurant recipe is from the Atlanta Fish Market, known for its innovative seafood dishes. This particular recipe has quite a fan base and is healthy as well. I highly recommend halibut for this dish...you can use a variety of fish, but it works best with a white, light, flaky fish.
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