Steamed red snapper with ginger topped with green onions

This steamed red snapper with green onions and ginger is very simple to make. It is my 3rd time making this fish. This frozen red snapper fish was bought at a supermarket. I decided to buy a big red snapper to have more to eat.
This red snapper was already clean. How do you know if the red snapper fish is clean? Turn the fish over. If you see the fish is cut open, inside the fish is clean, and scales scraped off, that is how you know the fish is all clean. When a fish is already clean inside and outside, it saves a lot of time. You should always check to see if it’s very clean. Sometimes when you buy an already clean fish, it might not be very clean.
When it is done, place it onto a plate. Marinate the fish with salt, turmeric, soya sauce, garlic powder, ginger and onions outside and inside. If the fish is not fresh, take away the smell by putting some Chinese cooking wine inside. If the red snapper is fresh and smells good, that means you do not need to put any Chinese cooking wine inside. Chinese cooking wine can be bought at a Chinese supermarket.
To steam the fish. Put some water into a large pan and place a wire rack. When the water starts boiling, place the fish into the large pan and close the lid. Steam the red snapper for 12 minutes since it is a big fish. When the fish is ready, inserting a knife in the middle. If you feel the bone, that means it is ready. The steamed red snapper fish smells so good when it comes out of the steamer. The fish came out perfectly topped with some green onions on top of the fish to look nicer.
When eating the red snapper, there are bones. Be careful eating it. The meats inside taste very good. I like it a lot.
When eating fish, it is best to go with rice. If you have never eaten this red snapper, you should give it a try. You can have this for lunch or dinner. It is best to eat the whole fish on the same day once it is steam, to get the freshness of the fish. Try making this red snapper and enjoy.

Cleaning the red snapper:
Note: To know if the fish is clean. Check the fish if the bottom line is open. That is when you know
the fish is clean. You do not need to clean inside or scrape the scales.
1. Take the bought white perch fish out of the bag and put it in a mixing bowl.
2. Put on a pair of dishwasher gloves.
3. Take the red snapper out of the bowl.
5. Wash the fish.
6. There are fins in the top and bottom. Use scissors and cut it off.
(Note: cutting the fins off to prevent from getting cut and easier to clean.)
8. Take a knife and fish. At an angled knife, scrape off the scales everywhere on the fish.
(Note: Make sure the fish is clean without any scales.)
9. Take scissors and cut a straight line on the stomach almost to the middle.
10. Take out all the dirty stuff inside the stomach.
(Note: Make sure the fish is all clean inside.)
11. When it is all clean. Rinse inside and make sure there is no dirty thing inside.
12. When it’s all done. Rinse the fish again. Place it in a mixing bowl to get all the water out.

Marinate the red snapper:
1. Cut the fish in half and place the head on plate and the body and tail on another plate.
2. Slice up a couple of gingers and set them aside.
(Note: you can slice the ginger the way you want.)
3. Take an onion. Use a knife peeler and peel the onion skin.
4. Place it on the cutting board. Cut it in half, place it on the side and cut it into slices.
5. Use a tong to hold the fish.
6. Sprinkle some salt on the fish on both sides.
7. Sprinkle a bit of garlic powder on both sides, but not too much.
8. Sprinkle a little bit of turmeric on the body.
9. Put some soya sauce and salt on the fish on both sides and rub it all around.
(Note: Sprinkle some salt and soya sauce on the fish that you will eat.)
10. The other half fish, that you will not eat, do not put anything salt or soya sauce because it will not take good after
it has been frozen in the freezer.
10. Put a bit of turmeric inside the fish that you will eat.
11. Put some Chinese cooking wine inside the fish to prevent the fish from having any not a fresh smell when you eat it. If it have a good fresh smell, then you do not need to put any.
12. Put some sliced onions on the bottom of the fish and on the top of the fish.
13. Take some ginger and peel the skins, and cut them into slices.
(Note: You can keep a bit of the skin on the ginger.)
14. Put a couple of gingers on top of the fish and inside too!
(Note: Putting ginger inside the finish can prevent the fish from having a fresh smell when you eat it.)
15. The other half fish on the plate, can be wrapped and place in the freezer to eat next time.

Direction cooking:
1. Take a steamer pot out and boil some water with a rack inside.
2. Once the water starts boiling, put the plate of fish inside the steamer and close the lid.
3. Cook the fish for about 12 minutes.
4. Once the fish is ready, use a knife and put it in the middle. When you feel the knife, touching the bone. Then you know it’s ready. If it’s not, you need to steam it for 2-3 minutes or longer.
(Note: Do not overcook the fish, it will not taste good.) 
5. When the fish is ready. Use a kitchen mitten, or a plate clipper, take the whiting fish out and place it on the table.
6. In the fridge, take out some green onions. Wash and cut the green onions into pieces.
7. Sprinkle some green onions on the top
8. Now the red snapper is ready to eat.
9. Enjoy.

Steamed pamapno fish with ginger topped with red peppers and green onions.

This is the 11th time I made steamed pamapno fish with ginger topped with red peppers and green onions. The pampano fish smells so good when it comes out of the steamer. Making a good steam fish needs to be marinated with salt, turmeric, soya sauce, garlic powder, garlic and onions outside and inside. Also, you can put some Chinese cooking wine inside. It will make the fish taste better. You won’t notice any not fresh smell. Steaming fish is very healthy. I decided to put something different on top. I put some slices of red small peppers on top of the pampano fish to make it look colourful.
I decided to steam a big pampano fish. When the water starts boiling, I put the pampano into the steamer. I steam the fish for 13 minutes. You can steam it for 1-2 extra minutes to ensure it is properly cooked. To know if the fish is ready. Take a knife and insert it in the middle. If you feel the bone, that means ready. If not, you need to cook it a bit longer. When it is done, be careful taking the plate of steam fish out of the steamer. It is very hot.
When eating the fish, there are bones. Be careful eating it. The meats inside are very awesome and tasty. I like it a lot. You can defrost the frozen pampano fish the night before in the fridge.
when eating the fish, it is best to go with rice. Make sure there are no bones before mixing it into the rice. It is best to eat the whole fish on the same day once it is steam, to get the freshness of the fish. Try making this steam fish, and you will enjoy it.

Direction Cleaning:
1. Take the frozen Pampano out of the freezer.
2. Take a bowl of hot water and soak the frozen pampano fish in the bowl, to unfrozen it for about 4-5 minutes.
3. Put a pair of dishwasher gloves.
4. Take it out of the bowl.
5. Open the bag with scissors and take the fish out of the bag.
6. Wash the fish
7. Take a knife and fish. At an angle of the knife, scrape off the scales everywhere on the fish. This fish does not have a 8. lot of scales to scrape off. Compare to other fishes. If the fish have a not fresh smell. Put some salt on both sides of the body and inside too!
(Note: putting salt can take the non-fresh smell away.)
9. Take scissors and cut off the mouth guard. Cut a straight line on the stomach almost to the middle
10. Take out all the disgusting intestine, the red guts and also the mouth guard out of the fish.
11. When it is all clean. Rinse inside and make sure there is no dirty thing inside.
12. When done. Rinse the fish again and put it on a plastic bowl to get all the water out.

Preparing the onions, mixed peppers and ginger:
1. Take an onion. Use a knife peeler and peel the onion skin.
2. Place it on the cutting board. Cut each onion in half. Put it on the side and cut it into slices.
3. Take ginger. Use a slice cutter and slice the ginger into strips of pieces
4. Place them into a bowl and set it aside.
5. Take a bag of small peppers.
6. Take a slice cutter and make sure the knife is attach to the slice cutter.
7. Slice the yellow and red peppers into slices.
8. Place them into a bowl and set it aside.

Marinating the fish:
1. put the fish on the plate.
2. sprinkle some salt, garlic powder and pour some soya sauce and turmeric on the body
3. Repeat the same steps on the other side of the fish.
4. Inside the fish, sprinkle some salt, garlic powder and pour some soya sauce, turmeric and Chinese cooking wine.
5. Spread some onions on top of the fish, inside and some at the bottom of the plate.
6. In the bowl, take some sliced ginger strips and spread them on top of the fish. Then put some inside the fish.
(Note: Marinating inside the fish and putting ginger and onions can take the non-fresh smell out of the fish.)
7. Take some slice yellow and red peppers and place it on top of the pampano.

Steaming the pampano fish:
1. In the cupboard, Take a large pan and place it on the stove.
2. Put some water, the amount you need to steam the fish.
3. Put a steamer tray. Close the lid.
4. Once the water starts boiling, put the fish inside the steamer tray and close the lid.
5. Cook the fish for about 12 minutes and extra timing to unsure it is properly cooked.
6. Once the fish is ready. Use a knife and stick it in the middle to see if it touches the bone. Then you know it’s ready. If not, you need to cook a bit longer.
7. Once it is ready. Turn of the heat.
8. Take some green onions. Wash and cut into small pieces.
9. Sprinkle some on top of the pampano fish.
10. Place the left over into a small bowl.
11. Place it back into the fridge.
12. Use a plate clipper and take out the fish from the steamer and place it on the table.
8. Enjoy.

Red snapper with shred green onions and ginger

This steamed red snapper with shred green onions and ginger is very simple to make. This frozen red snapper fish was bought at a supermarket. Usually, red snapper fish are hard to find when they are frozen at the supermarket. I was lucky to find one at the store. I bought a big red snapper fish.
This red snapper was already clean. How do you know if the red snapper fish is clean? Turn the fish over. If you see the fish is cut open, inside the fish is clean, and scales scraped off, that is how you know the fish is all clean. When a fish is already clean inside and outside, it saves a lot of time.
Marinating the fish with salt, turmeric, soya sauce, garlic powder, ginger and onions outside and inside. If the fish is not fresh to take away the smell by putting some Chinese cooking wine inside. This red snapper is fresh and smells good.
To steam the fish. Put some water into a large pan and place a wire rack. When the water starts boiling, place the fish into the large pan and close the lid. Steam the red snapper for 12 minutes since it is a big fish. When the fish is ready, inserting a knife in the middle. If you feel the bone, that means it is ready. The steamed red snapper fish smells so good when it comes out of the steamer. The fish came out perfectly topped with some shred green onions on top of the fish to look nicer.
When eating the red snapper, there are bones. Be careful eating it. The meats inside taste very good. I like it a lot.
When eating fish, it is best to go with rice. If you have never eaten this red snapper, you should give it a try. You can have this for lunch or dinner. It is best to eat the whole fish on the same day once it is steam, to get the freshness of the fish. Try making this steam fish, and see if you like it. Enjoy.

Cleaning the red snapper:
Note: To know if the fish is clean. Check the fish if the bottom line is open. That is when you know
the fish is clean. You do not need to clean inside or scrape the scales.
1. Take the bought white perch fish out of the bag and put it in a mixing bowl.
2. Put on a pair of dishwasher gloves.
3. Take the red snapper out of the bowl.
5. Wash the fish.
6. There are fins in the top and bottom. Use scissors and cut it off.
(Note: cutting the fins off to prevent from getting cut and easier to clean.)
8. Take a knife and fish. At an angled knife, scrape off the scales everywhere on the fish.
(Note: Make sure the fish is clean without any scales.)
9. Take scissors and cut a straight line on the stomach almost to the middle.
10. Take out all the dirty stuff inside the stomach.
(Note: Make sure the fish is all clean inside.)
11. When it is all clean. Rinse inside and make sure there is no dirty thing inside.
12. When it’s all done. Rinse the fish again. Place it in a mixing bowl to get all the water out.

Marinate the red snapper:
1. Put the fish on the plate.
2. Slice up a couple of gingers and set them aside.
(Note: you can slice the ginger the way you want.)
3. Take an onion. Use a knife peeler and peel the onion skin.
4. Place it on the cutting board. Cut it in half, place it on the side and cut it into slices.
5. Use a tong to hold the fish.
6. Sprinkle some salt on the fish on both sides.
7. Sprinkle a bit of garlic powder on both sides, but not too much.
8. Sprinkle a little bit of turmeric on the body.
9. Put some soya sauce on the fish on both sides and rub it all around.
10. Put a bit of turmeric inside the fish.
11. Put some Chinese cooking wine inside the fish to prevent the fish from having any not a fresh smell when you eat it. If it have a good fresh smell, then you do not need to put any.
12. Put some sliced onions on the bottom of the fish and on the top of the fish.
13. Take some ginger and peel the skins, and cut them into slices.
(Note: You can keep a bit of the skin on the ginger.)
14. Put a couple of gingers on top of the fish and inside too!
(Note: Putting ginger inside the finish can prevent the fish from having a fresh smell when you eat it.)

Direction cooking:
1. Take a steamer pot out and boil some water with a rack inside.
2. Once the water starts boiling, put the plate of fish inside the steamer and close the lid.
3. Cook the fish for about 12 minutes.
4. Once the fish is ready, use a knife and put it in the middle. When you feel the knife, touching the bone. Then you know it’s ready. If it’s not, you need to steam it for 2-3 minutes or longer.
(Note: Do not overcook the fish, it will not taste good.) 
5. When the fish is ready. Use a kitchen mitten, or a plate clipper, take the whiting fish out and place it on the table.
6. In the fridge, take out some green onions. Wash and use a Cutter Shred Knife and shred the green onions.
7. Sprinkle some green onions on the top
8. Now the red snapper is ready to eat.
9. Enjoy.