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Friday, March 12, 2010

Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe

Hello Sweet Friends! Thanks so much for stopping by to say g'day and if you are new here welcome to Natasha in Oz!

Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe, Natasha in Oz, Miso Fish


I am so happy that Friday is finally here because it means that it's time for weekend fun with my family! We don't have too many things planned so it will nice to catch up with some reading, cooking and blogging! I will probably be making Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe, a new family favourite.

Bill Granger, Bill Granger's Miso Fish, Natasha In Oz, Recipe, Miso Fish




I will also be skyping my sister Holly this weekend to wish her a " Happy Birthday"

I won't tell you how old she is but she is 6 years younger that me. She is the baby on the end, I am the bossy older sister in the middle and Stacey, the "Middle Child" is on the other end.

Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe

Since she is living in England at the moment we keep in touch via emails, skyping and our shared blog...Thank God for technology!

Now, back to Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe!

This week I bought a new cookbook and I love it! It is Bill Granger's Feed Me Now.

Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe, Natasha in Oz, Miso Fish, Feed Me Now

I can't stop reading it!

Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe, Natasha in Oz, Miso Fish

I seem to take it with me everywhere I go....

Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe, Natasha in Oz, Miso Fish

It has even become my favourite bed time read!

Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe, Natasha in Oz, Miso Fish

Bill Granger is a fantastic Aussie chef and his recipes are easy to prepare and always delicious! I have all of his cook books but this one is definitely my favourite.

Today I would like to share hiss Miso Fish Recipe.
Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe, Natasha in Oz, Miso Fish

The first step in the recipe is to prepare a marinade for the fish which is made of 2 tablespoons of white miso paste, 2 teaspoons of sugar, 2 teaspoons of lemon juice and 2 teaspoons of extra virgin olive oil. You just mix these ingredients together  and brush this mixture onto the fish. I used Barramundi but any kind of firm white fish such as snapper or blue eye would be perfect. Granger suggests that the fish is placed under a hot grill for  5-7 minutes but I put mine in the oven with some french fries for about 10 minutes....my kids like fish but they  love fish when it is served with chips!

While the fries and fish were cooking I prepared some Chinese vegetables. I cut some bok choy in 1/2 and washed it really well.

Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe, Natasha in Oz, Miso Fish

Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe, Natasha in Oz, Miso Fish, Bok Choy

I then laid the vegetables on a microwave safe platter, drizzled them with some oyster sauce, sesame oil and water and cooked the bok choy in the microwave for about 3 minutes.

Granger suggests serving the fish and vegetables with rice, which would have been gorgeous as it would have soaked up all the yummy juices, but we really enjoyed eating this with the fries. He also suggests that it is served with shredded spring onions but I sprinkled ours with roasted and sliced seaweed/nori.

Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe, Natasha in Oz, Miso Fish


Bill Granger's Miso Fish Recipe, Natasha in Oz, Miso Fish

How easy is that! I told you his recipes are great. I can't wait to try another recipe tonight!

Thank you so much for spending time with me today in my little corner of the world Down Under. I hope that you have a wonderful weekend.

Best wishes always,
Natasha In Oz 
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43 comments:

  1. you have made me very hungry now.

    i think i could actually make that
    lovely dish.

    the rose petaled pillow on the chair...
    divine!

    this is always such a fun place to
    visit.

    happy weekend,
    lea

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  2. That looked fabulous! It must be that good of a cookbook if you are going to bed with it:)!

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  3. Oh, Natasha, that looks so yummy. You must love cooking. I'll bet you're the chef of chefs. And Happy Birthday to your sis.

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  4. This looks delicious! I don't know of this chef/writer, but he must be good!

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  5. Thank you!!! I can't believe I won! Wow...I am so excited!! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
    I have to show this cookbook to Tony! It looks really good! I can see why it travels with you :)
    He's cute too!
    Thank you for your kindness and friendship!
    xoxo Wendy

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  6. That meal looks delicious, I'll have to try and find that cookbook. I'm always on the hunt for wonderful cookbooks!

    Congratulations to the winners of your giveaway. And I hope your sister has a wonderful birthday. Don't you just love Skype?!

    Kat :)

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  7. Boy, that looks easy and delicious both! You just can't ask for better. I've never seen the cookbook and am not familiar with the chef, but I'm glad you let us know about him. Thanks!

    Happy Foodie Friday...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  8. gawjus darl! love the pics! ive heard of that chef mums talked about him abit to me :) simple recipe! Miso is sooooo good love it! i buy a 5 pound container of it ever couple months from my asian grocer!

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  9. Your plates look so beautiful. I must say, you are quite a cook! I would love to come over for dinner! Bon appetit'!

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  10. Wow! You all have lovely eyes...

    The fish looks delish!!

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  11. I have a pic like that of 4 sisters! My poor dad!
    Your fish dish looks just wonderful!
    I have never used miso..Am I missing a lot? I must try it!

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  12. wow great fish and happy Birthday love Rebecca

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  13. Hi Natasha,

    It looks scrumptious. I am gaining weight just by looking at it LOL. I have never heard of this chef. He looks good, I mean it looks good. I still have my Australia Weekly cookbooks. I just had a look at your previous post. What beautiful pictures. How I miss those Cadbury eggs! We only have the Breakfast tea in Canada. If I ever see the Afternoon tea I will surely give it a try. I really enjoyed Australia for many reasons. I am a big fan of tea and at least they knew how to serve it properly. Here it is a disgrace.

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  14. Hi Natasha - oh don't you just love Bill Granger!! I have all of his books and cook from them at least 5 days a week:) Your Miso fish looks amazing!! Happy birthday to your sister & congrats to your giveaway winners! Hope you have a lovely weekend ~ Tina x

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  15. Natasha the meal looks absolutely wonderful. I love your presentation. I hope both you and your sister have a wonderful weekend. Oh no, now I am hungry and have to run to the kitchen for a snack.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Hi Natasha

    OH............ I am so excited that I have won, thank you very much. A very Happy Birthday to your sister here in the UK!!

    You must be a serious cook to take a recipe book to bed with you!!

    Have a great weekend, Jackie in UK.

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  17. These are stunning pictures especially the one with 3 sisters, so pretty ;)

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  18. Aloha, WOW, I'm hungry now,
    the food looks Fab and the sisters photo is truly adorable.
    Happy B day to Holly, and thanks for dropping by
    Have a great weekend
    xxoo
    Brandi

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  19. Happy Birthday to your sister. I see I am not the only one with a cookbook by her bedside.
    That plate looks so good!great post.
    Rita

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  20. What beautiful sisters! You are too fun with your new companion! And well done on that fish! My mouth is watering, yum! Have a lovely weekend!

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  21. Oh does that ever look delish!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  22. Thank you for the comments on my Lily Puff site. They really mean a lot! I will work on some french/vintage inspired stretch backgrounds...hopefully I can make something that you will like!
    Your blog is wonderful! I really enjoyed looking through it...you have gained a new reader :)

    -Missy

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  23. Aaahh such a lovely photo.
    It's my sisters birthday today too.
    Hope your sister here in the UK has a lovely birthday.
    Hope you will pop by & see my Show & Tell.
    love
    Alison
    x

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  24. Hi Natasha!
    You made me hungry for that delicious dish! Have a great weekend!
    Kate

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  25. I love reading cookbooks too! And that cook sure looks eadible too.

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  26. Hi Natasha! That looks sooo good! Happy birthday to your sister!...Debbie

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  27. Looks terribly healthy and tasty too--how can you beat that? My sister's name is Holly also--Holly's make the best sisters!

    Happy weekend,
    Debi

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  28. I couldn't get into the dish for looking at your lovely home, or parts of it.
    I'll go back now and read the recipe!!

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  29. That fish dish looks fabulous, Natasha. Perfect for lent too!...Christine

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  30. I just love a new cookbook, I read it from front to back and pour over the pictures and everyone thinks I'm weird! haha Great food pics!

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  31. The photo with your sisters is so cute! Happy Birthday to her! Happy SITS Saturday Sharefest

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  32. Oh it looks insanely delish. I'm going to run out and pick up that cookbook. Good call on the dried nori flakes!

    Happy Saturday Sharefest!!!!

    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner
    www.mawhats4dinner.com

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  33. Love those big, thick bangs. I had that exact same haircut when I was a little girl! Thanks for stopping by my blog and Happy Saturday!

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  34. Happy Saturday Sharefest. I love your blog. Have a great weekend

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  35. This looks wonderfully healthy. Stopping by from SITS!

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  36. Happy Sits Saturday from Ireland, and thanks for the visit :)

    Looks like an amazing recipe book.

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  37. That is such a cool photo! Happy birthday to Holly!

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  38. Hi Natasha, thanks for popping over and saying hello.That looks sooo yummy, i have been so slack lately in the cooking department. Just read your profile and I agree with all your fav movies and books. Not often you find another Frantic fan...love the music in that movie so so much!!Harrison at his handsomist (is that a word) best!!, cheers Katherine

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  39. Wow that food looks so good! I wish I was a better cook. I really love the sweet sister photo.

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  40. what a nice story! and you miso looks great!

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  41. What a darling photo of you and your sisters, you're all too cute! The cookbook looks delish, I've never heard of him before so thanks for sharing!

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  42. What a wonderful photo of the 3 of you!
    Haha I happened to have some salmon marinated with miso/mirin in my fridge at the moment :)

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