Pangasius Fillets With Soy and Honey Glaze







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Fish is healthy and easy to cook, but having it grilled over and over again makes it a bit boring. What about trying something different? We recommend these Chinese-style pangasius fillets with soy and honey glaze.

Nutritional Chart

Calories: 500 kCal / serving

  • Proteins:
  • Fats:
  • Carbs:
  • 60 g
  • 26 g
  • 18 g

Ingredients Needed for Pangasius Fillets With Soy and Honey Glaze

⅓ cup flour
2 tablespoons of cornmeal
1 tablespoon paprika powder
10 ounces of pangasius fillet, cut into stripes
vegetable oil for frying
1 tablespoon brown sugar
3 tablespoons of honey
1 tablespoon soy sauce
2 tablespoons of tomato sauce
sesame seeds

How to Make Pangasius Fillets With Soy and Honey Glaze

  1. Sift the flour and put it into a bowl.
  2. Add the cornmeal, salt, pepper, and paprika powder.
  3. Stir with a fork, to combine all the dry ingredients.
  4. Use this mixture to coat the pangasius fillets.
  5. Heat the vegetable oil in a skillet and cook the fish fillets on both sides, until golden brown.
  6. Take another skillet and melt the brown sugar in it, on low heat.
  7. Add the honey and soy sauce and simmer. Add the tomato sauce and mix.
  8. Throw the fried fish fillets into the sweet glaze and turn them over.
  9. If you want, garnish with white sesame seeds.

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5 thoughts on “Pangasius Fillets With Soy and Honey Glaze”

  1. Tried it twice – keeps getting better! My family adore it! I paired it with plain Basmati rice and served the glaze as a sauce rather than coat the fish. We drizzle it over the rice and the fish!

    I just found that the soy and honey glaze to be too dry so added a spoonfull or two of hot water to it. Also, I found out (the hard way) that it is best to leave the fish to fully cook on one side before turning (not to damage the crust).

  2. Corrie-Anne Smit

    wow. after seeing previous comment I used the glaze as dipping sauce. Oh my soul! so delicious. vest fish dish I ever made👍

    1. Your first fish dish! 🙌 Way to go, Corrie! Keep up the good work and well-done at adapting! 🙌 This is what cooking really is all about.

  3. This was a good recipe. I will make it again. The only thing I will probably change is the honey to molasses or regular syrup as it was a bit overbearing. Also I’ll try with rice instead of potatoes.

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