Seafood, it’s great but also important to eat it safely! Have you ever wondered where the seafood you see on the table comes from? Today’s dish is steamed and braised dried yellow corvina that went through the seafood traceability system. This allows consumers to eat seafood that has been tracked down since production, processing, until the packaging process.
This allows consumers to make good, safe choices when eating seafood
If there are issues with hygiene they will quickly track down the reason and quickly solve it. So you can eat seafood that has been approved by the seafood traceability system safely! How to check the seafood traceability system
Open the seafood traceability homepage or app
Enter the 13 digit code, or scan the barcode or QR code Please try the seafood traceability system 🙂 I used fish that already had bones removed. I made the toppings for the steamed fish first. Separate the egg white and yolk, mix it with salt. Add oil around the pan and wipe it with kitchen towel. Try cooking it in low heat, so it doesn’t turn too yellow. Slice the cooled fried egg thinly. Remove the seeds of the pepper and slice it thinly as a topping. Remove the scales off with a knife. Cut it diagonally so it will be well cooked. Season it with a bit of cooking wine, pepper and salt. Let it sit for 10 minutes. It may smell while it’s steaming, so pour in a bit of soju. Let it steam for 15 minutes with the lid on. Place the toppings one by one. Boil the broth we will use for the braised fish. Mix in 2T chilli powder, 4T soy sauce, 2T sugar, 1T cooking wine, 1T minced garlic and a little bit of ginger for the sauce. Slice the radish, green onion and pepper. Use a knife to remove the scales, wash it and cut it diagonally at the back. Season it with pepper and cooking wine, let it sit for 10 minutes. Place the radish on the pan first, and the fish on top. Pour the anchovy broth in with the sauce and boil it. Cook it in high heat and braise it in low heat. Once it’s almost braised add in the green onion and pepper. This video contains paid content, and is in partnership with the seafood traceability team.