Preserved Mustard Green Fish (酸菜鱼) – Song-Cho Ideal Wok (松厨IDEAL万用锅)

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Try this spicy yummy preserved mustard green fish using Song-Cho multi-ply stainless steel Ideal Wok!

Serves 4


  • Barramundi 500g (washed, pat dry & sliced)
  • Preserved Mustard Green 250g (washed/soaked & cut into pieces)
  • Ginger 50g (remove skin & sliced)
  • Millet Chilli 30g (cut into small pieces)
  • Chilli Padi 3 pcs (cut into small pieces)
  • Garlic 2 cloves (sliced)
  • Spring Onion 1 section (cut into pieces)
  • Shaoxing Wine 1 tbsp
  • Salt a little to taste
  • White Pepper a little to taste
  • Cornstarch Water a little
  • Sugar a little to taste
  • Chicken Stock 200ml
  • Water 1.3L

*You may adjust the quantity according to personal preference.


  1. Marinate the fish with salt, pepper and Shaoxing wine, mix well and add cornflour water, mix well and set aside for a while.
  2. Add about 2 tbsp of oil into Optimal Wok before it gets heated up; add ginger, garlic and millet chillies when the wok gets heated up, pan-fry till fragrant.
  3. Add preserved mustard green into the wok and stir-fry for a while.
  4. Add chicken stock and water, bring it to a boil.
  5. Add fish slices and boil till they are cooked, add some sugar to taste and mix well, served hot.





  • 金目鲈 500克 (洗净/浸泡, 抹干切片)
  • 酸菜 250克 (洗净切小块)
  • 姜 50克 (去皮切片)
  • 小米椒 30克 (切小粒)
  • 小辣椒 3条 (切细)
  • 蒜头 2瓣 (切片)
  • 青葱 1段 (切小粒)
  • 绍兴酒 1汤匙
  • 盐 少许
  • 胡椒粉 少许
  • 太白粉水 少许
  • 白糖 少许
  • 鸡汤 200毫升
  • 清水 1.3公升

 *可随个人喜好, 调整材料和用量


  1. 将金目鲈用盐, 胡椒粉和绍兴酒腌制一会儿
  2. 冷锅下约2汤匙油, 加入姜片, 蒜片和小米椒爆香
  3. 加入酸菜翻炒一下
  4. 倒入鸡汤和清水让它煮开
  5. 加入鱼片煮至熟透, 加点白糖搅拌均匀即可趁热享用

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