Easy fish sauce recipe?
I finally learned how to cook fish without drying it out ( saute for 2 min on one side then finish in the oven for 6 min at 350 ).
The only problem is I'm tired of eating fish and rice by themselves.
Do I pour these sauces over the cooked fish filet or saute in them? I usually cook salmon or cod or whatever is wild caught at whole foods.
I got low sodium ponzu, brown rice vinegar, mirin, coconut aminos soy sauce substitute, toasted sesame oil, and ginger juice.
What are you trying to accomplish? Are you trying to add more flavor so it's not just plain fish flavor and plain rice flavor, or are you trying to add a sauce to provide additional moisture? Are you tied to using asian ingredients only?
To add flavor, you could make a marinade with soy sauce, sesame oil, and the ginger juice (never used it before, I assume it's just the juice from squeezed ginger? I grate mine fresh). Marinade, and then grill or saute.
For liquid sauces, you can grill/cook your salmon and service with a simple sauce of sour cream, lemon juice, chopped dill, salt and pepper. Add a couple dashes of hot sauce if you'd like.