Ming Ren Restaurant

Remember the Ming Ren Restaurant that serves food from the region of XinJiang China ? If not, do click here .

Anyway, the chef had come out with some specialty and what i really love most is this dish - Claypot Fish Head

It is the dry type and i guess the recipe will be near as below.

50 gm - ginger whole - use the back of knife to crack it slightly
50 gm - garlic whole ( peeled of course )
50 gm - shallot whole ( peeled of course )

1 tablespoon - Fermented Bean Paste
1/2 table spoon - Oyster Sauce
1/2 tablespoon - Dark Soy Sauce
1/2 teaspoon - sesame oil
Pepper to season
Potato starch - a lil to thicken . I prefer not to use this.
400 gm - fish head - chopped into bite size of about 2 - 3 cm in size.
Coriander and Spring Onion for garnishing


Clean fish head. chopped them up to bite size. Steam with ginger and spring onion ( both not in the ingredient list ) till cooked. Drained.

Heat up a claypot. Sauteed the garlic, shallot and ginger with the sesame oil. Immediatelt add in the fish head, oyster sauce, fermented bean paste and dark soy sauce and season with a lil white pepper. Topped with coriander and spring onion.

Serve immediately. Stir themwell before eating . Try them.

Enjoy and Cheers !

The recipe given is not 100% as i have modified them. By no means it reflect the chef or the restaurant concern. Note that this blog is based on the author's personal taste.

Ming Ren Restaurant
Level 2 - Concourse
Highlands Hotel,
Genting Highlands

Tel : 03 - 6101 1118 extension 7879 ( for reservation )


rokh said...

making recipes out of taste, you're incredible!

fooDcrazEE said...

not really based on taste, also on experience from seeing, eating and cooking similar dish lar.... not really dat good mah...I'm only a nickle chef not IRON CHEF....lolz

glutton rabbit said...

Uwaa, look so tasty... ;p~~~ I love foods served in claypots. They always look appealing and yummy.

Sue said...

Delicious! I love fish head and yours looks really good! :)