Friday, November 23, 2007

Salt & Peppered White Baits

"Chee Yim" or "Salt & Peppered" is a very delicious dish by itself. You can have it in prawn, squid, chicken, mantis prawn and even fish. Today I am introducing this dish with white baits. White baits are small fishes whereby all the bones are taken out before being cooked. As my good friend Sunny Yaw always say, easy and simple....lol!


400gm white baits (other white fish meat can be used too)
1 egg
a pinch salt
a pinch white pepper
1 teaspoon sesame oil

tapioca powder
oil for deep frying

3 tablespoon white wine
3 sliced green chilli padi
a pinch salt

Marinated fish baits with salt, white pepper, seame oil and set it aside.
Heat up deep frying oil
Coat fish baits with tapioca flour.
Deep fried them till light golden brown.
Heat up a clean wok.
Put all those deep fried fish baits on to the work.
Dashed in white wine.
Throw in green chilles and a salt.

I would recommend you to order this when you are dining at my restaurant as it had be come a favourite dish with my dinners.

Have a try yourself in your own kitchen too.

Yours Steven Cheng

3 comments:

Cynthia said...

I hope that you serve these in large qualtities :)

beachlover said...

wah....love chu yim,in anything.Thanks for sharing your precious recipe:).I will try to cook one day since I can't eat in your restaurant.

I Cook4Fun said...

Beachlover, how come you can't eat at Chef Steven restaurant? I thought you are going home for CNY?