Clear-Steamed Flounder with White Pepper


Preparation info
  • Serves


    as a main dish .
    • Difficulty


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By Barbara Tropp

Published 1982

  • About

A “clear-steamed” fish is one that is steamed without bean condiments, in a clear, clean sauce comprised of soy sauce, wine, and the natural fish juices. Beyond that, the steaming ingredients may be few or many, all depending on the region, the occasion, and most important, the personality of the fish.

  • This medley of seasonings is especially tailored for the mild-mannered flounder, which needs the punch of pepper and the richness of oil to give it character and