This is another adaptation of several Thai dishes. This uses a Thai honey sauce on white fish rather than salmon. Salmon works just as well.
• 1 TBSP fresh grated ginger (unpeeled and sliced)
• 1 TBSP cloves minced garlic
• ¼ cup Soy Sauce
• ¼ tsp Hot Pepper Flakes
• 3 TBSP Lime Juice squeezed from limes
• 1 tsp Lime Zest (grated)
• 6 TBSP Vegetable Oil
• ¼ tsp Black Pepper
• 1 cup Bean Sprouts (rinsed and drained if canned)
• 12 oz. frozen Cod or Halibut Steaks (thawed)
• 1 TBSP Honey
• Napa Cabbage (shredded)
• ½ sliced red onion
• 1 large Carrot (thinly sliced like matchsticks)
• 2 TBSP Cilantro
• 2 green onions chopped
• (Optional toasted sesame seeds)
Match stick carrots trick: After cutting the carrots into match sticks, place them in a strainer and add salt and toss. The salt makes them flexible. Rinse the salt off before serving.
In a small food processor blend garlic, ginger, soy sauce, lime juice, 3 TBSP oil, honey, lime zest, black pepper, green onions and hot pepper flakes in a processor to make a marinade. Pour marinade into a glass container and let stand for an hour or more before use.
Dress 2 bowls with cabbage, red onion, carrots, cilantro and bean sprouts.
Foil an oven pan and lightly grease the foil. Apply sauce on the fish with a brush and broil the fish for 5 min, turn the fish over and apply the marinade and broil another 5 minutes. If you like your fish well done you can go 7 minutes a side.
Add the remaining oil to the remaining sauce and whisk. Place fish on the greens then spoon on the remaining sauce/dressing.