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Steamed Whole Fish in Whip cream & Mayonnaise Glazing

Ingredients:
2 lbs. Salmon, Whiting, Snapper, Trout
or 2 lbs. (Maya-maya is a lot better) whole and clean again leave the head and tail
1 medium. size Fat free mayonnaise
1/2 cup Whipping cream or fresh cream (alternatively)
1 large Green capsicum (pepper) chopped finely, seeded
1 large Red capsicum (pepper) chopped finely, seeded
1 large Carrot-chopped finely
2 bunches Spring onions-chopped fine with the leaves
1 handful bunch Parsley-chopped finely
2 big pieces Tomatoes (sliced 1/2 inch)
2 pieces Fresh lime (sliced 1/2 inch)
3 whole Hard boiled eggs (sliced 1/2 inch)
2 medium Onions (sliced 1/2 inch) 
few pieces Glazed cherries- for decoration
Procedure:

Give a very good clean inside and outside of the whole fish taking off gills, and dry with paper towel.

Mix 2 tsp. salt and ground pepper and rub thoroughly all over the fish and leave in a cool temperature room for 2 hour.

Mix together whipped cream and mayonnaise give a good thick stir by electric mixer.

Add few dashes of sugar, ground pepper, salt and 2 tsp. catsup mixed well all these until thickened.

Steaming the fish:

Wrap fish in covered tightly the steamer and cook for 1 1/2 hour foil, sealed tightly both edges.

As the fish cools down, prepare a fish dish tray covered by foil (or fresh lettuce will do),

I used lettuce more to spread evenly on the tray as they look more presentable.

Pour and spread the glazing evenly all over the top of the fish.

Then follow decorating the chopped ingredients to fill up all the entire fish, make sure to arrange them individually in nice looking single row.

The rest of the decorating ingredients that are not require for chopping will be spread on the corner of the dish.

Then arrange as nicely as you can to look presentable.

Serve for 10-15 guests.

 



Simple tips:

Bake: for1 hour in a preheat oven of 300 F and bake slow for 150F for another hour.

This recipe is a lot of work, but on my own experience every time I served this dish, I always earn a good reputation and people who eaten on my party are well satisfied.


 













 

 

 

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