Sunday, 19 October 2008

Flavorful Flounder at Full Steam

A Good Appetite
Melissa Clark's craving for steamed flounder is satisfied when she tackles the dish with her own approach: She steamed the fish atop sautéed greens, adding garlic, ginger, soy and a little sesame oil.
STEAMED flounder sounds like a dish I’d eat because it was good for me, rather than something I’d crave...
...But recently I found myself fantasizing about a glistening fish covered in julienne ginger root and scallions that I’d devoured at a Chinese restaurant.
It certainly wasn’t my idea to order it. My suggestions for the family-style meal had consisted of things like deep-fried salt-and-pepper squid and the mysteriously labeled “Chinese vegetable” with garlic sauce.

Full Story: Steamed Flounder, Inspired by Chinatown; By MELISSA CLARK, on The New York Times




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