Deep Fried Skate Wings

A wonderful idea for entertaining at home, the fried fish looks really good as a centrepiece.

Recipe By: Purihirunesan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/56)
Serves 2 Prep: 20 min Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Skate Wing 1
Japanese soy sauce 1 (equal to sake)
Sake (white wine) 1 (equal to soy sauce)
Granulated sugar 1/2 tsp
Grated ginger if you wish

Method

1
This is a skate, one of my favourite fish. it looks like a fan with its soft bone structure.
2
When skate is cooked, the flesh comes off easily with a fork in the direction of the bones. Skate is quite filling.
3
Like other soft-boned fish such as shark and stingray, the skate gives off ammonia when it gets a bit old, so it's better to eat it as fresh as possible.
4
The way to get a delicious skate wing, is firstly to get a fresh fish - it should be shiny and slightly springy to touch. It's worth trying to smell the fish too, if you can.
5
Chop the skate into bitesize pieces, it's easy to cut as it's soft boned. Mix with the seasonings.
6
For the soy sauce and white wine, use equal measures of these, together with a ratio of 0.3 sugar. Don't use mirin, otherwise it will burn.
7
Adjust to your favourite sweetness. You can add grated ginger or garlic if you like.
8
Put the skate wing pieces into the liquid and soak for 15 minutes. If you leave it longer than this, it will become too salty.
9
Pat dry and dredge with the potato starch or cornflour and deep fry. Shallow frying is also OK.
10
If you don't mind eating the bones as well, deep-fry it twice. If you fry only once, it's better not to eat the bones.

Tips & Note

Let your fishmonger choose the freshest fish for you.

Deep Fried Skate Wings

A wonderful idea for entertaining at home, the fried fish looks really good as a centrepiece.

Recipe By: Purihirunesan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/56)

Serves 2

Prep: 20 min

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Skate Wing 1
Japanese soy sauce 1 (equal to sake)
Sake (white wine) 1 (equal to soy sauce)
Granulated sugar 1/2 tsp
Grated ginger if you wish

Deep Fried Skate Wings

Recipe ID :1554 Posted on 17 JAN 2016

Serves 2

Prep 20min
Cook 15min
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A wonderful idea for entertaining at home, the fried fish looks really good as a centrepiece.

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1 (equal to sake)
1 (equal to soy sauce)
1/2 tsp
if you wish

Method

Prep
20min
Cook
15min
1
This is a skate, one of my favourite fish. it looks like a fan with its soft bone structure.
2
When skate is cooked, the flesh comes off easily with a fork in the direction of the bones. Skate is quite filling.
3
Like other soft-boned fish such as shark and stingray, the skate gives off ammonia when it gets a bit old, so it's better to eat it as fresh as possible.
4
The way to get a delicious skate wing, is firstly to get a fresh fish - it should be shiny and slightly springy to touch. It's worth trying to smell the fish too, if you can.
5
Chop the skate into bitesize pieces, it's easy to cut as it's soft boned. Mix with the seasonings.
6
For the soy sauce and white wine, use equal measures of these, together with a ratio of 0.3 sugar. Don't use mirin, otherwise it will burn.
7
Adjust to your favourite sweetness. You can add grated ginger or garlic if you like.
8
Put the skate wing pieces into the liquid and soak for 15 minutes. If you leave it longer than this, it will become too salty.
9
Pat dry and dredge with the potato starch or cornflour and deep fry. Shallow frying is also OK.
10
If you don't mind eating the bones as well, deep-fry it twice. If you fry only once, it's better not to eat the bones.

Tips & Note

Let your fishmonger choose the freshest fish for you.

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