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I filmed this video in Zihuatanejo, Mexico, a small fishing village in the state of Guerrero. The fish there is so fresh and delicious that I couldn’t resist trying out this simple, tasty, traditional Korean recipe, domi-yangnyeom-gui. It’s fried fish, but what really makes it stand out is the seasoning sauce, where the a mix of savory soy sauce, nutty sesame oil and seeds, and fresh green onion nicely compliments the fish.
This is a very traditional way of enjoying fish in Korean cuisine. Like many Korean side dishes, it’s a little salty, so you always need to pair it with rice.
You can make this with red snapper, yellow corvina, pogy – not just black snapper like I do here. You can also broil, roast, or BBQ the fish, if you don’t want to fry it.
Next time you get some good fish, try this recipe, and let me know how it goes.
ingredients (serves 3-4):
Seasoning sauce (Yangnyeomjang):
How to clean and salt a snapper:
You can use this method to clean and salt your fish in preparation for making domiyangnyeomgui, or you can simply panfry or BBQ the fish without any seasoning sauce. When I buy a lot of fish I’ll clean and salt them like this, put them all in the freezer, and then thaw them out as I need them.
Posted Thursday, April 18th, 2013 at 11:39 pm
Tagged: black snapper recipe, domi gui, 도미구이, 도미튀김, 도미양념구이, fried snapper, how to clean and salt a fish, how to clean fish, how to guts fish, 생선구이, 생선구이양념장, 생선양념구이, korean food, Korean kitchen, Korean recipes, Korean sauce, Korean seasoning sauce, Korean style fish with seasoning sauce, Maangchi's travel cooking, roasted snapper, snapper recipe, yangnyeomjang, zihuatanejo
Originally posted on April 18, 2013 at 11:39 pm by Maangchi.
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