This is one of the rare time where I would have my fish menu served in a claypot. Usually either I would call for a whole chunk of a fried version or claypot bean curd
Anyway, for this fare, the cutlets of garoupa are kind of big and fleshy, but also boney, hehe. The fish itself is fresh and has been fried earlier before adding them into the thick gravy of claypot . You may find assorted greens like sleek, scallions, onions and also heavy dosage of gingers too! However, I find the big chunky fillet lack some flavor, perhaps not cooked long enough in the claypot, with some occasional fishy taste. Anyway, you can reduce the smell by adding some soya sauce. Guess I prefer my normal fried or steamed Garoupa then, hehe.
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