Mirin Glazed Grouper

13 10 2010

Fall brings memories as varied as the colors on the leaves. For me, fall always makes me think of Japan as I often visited there this time of year for martial arts training. So along with the more traditional fall yearnings, my cravings also turn towards fish, soy sauce and noodles. Along with rice, noodles of various kinds are quite an Eastern staple. So to satisfy my Pacific cravings, I made this simple, tasty (and quite healthful) fish and noodle dish. Note-if you can’t find miso soup, you can use any flavored broth to cook the noodles in.

Mirin glazed Grouper with Somen Noodles and Plum Sauce

Grouper marinade:

  • 1/2 cup sake
  • 1/3 cup mirin
  • 2 Tbs fresh grated ginger
  • 2 Tbs soy sauce
  • Juice of 2  limes
  • 1/2 tsp fresh pepper
  • 1 Tbs fresh chopped cilantro

Allow the grouper to marinate for at least an hour. Broil or grill the fish, turning once, until done. While the fish is cooking, make a 12  ounce serving of red miso soup (or use chicken or fish stock). Cook the somen noodles in the soup, they will absorb the soup and flavor. Plate the fish on the noodles, top with plum sauce and chives. Enjoy!

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13 10 2010
rebecca

wow great recipe, bookmarking it congrats on the show thats amazing so proud of you, we are coming to West Palm beach second week of nov is it very far from u?

Rebecca

13 10 2010
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14 10 2010
tasteofbeirut

Are somen noodles the same as soba noodles? I have been hearing about all these ingredients and dishes from my bro who lived in Singapour for a few years and loved the stuff. Need to try it it looks great and reminds me of our molasses! 🙂

14 10 2010
whatscookingwithdoc

@Rebbecca-Thx! West Palm is several hours away, it is on Atlantic side, we are on the Gulf of BP
@ Joumana: Somen are wheat noodles, soba are buckwheat-which I think would work just as well 😉

20 10 2010
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