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       Title: WINE FISH CHUNKS IN BROTH
  Categories: Chinese, Seafood
       Yield: 6 servings
  
       2 lb Oily fish, such as mackerel
       2 ts Salt
     1/2 c  Good dry white wine
     1/4 ts Salt
     1/2 ts Ginger root, minced
       4    Napa cabbage leaves
       2    Scallions
       2    Cubes hard bean curd
       1 tb Cooked salad oil
     1/2 ts Ground white pepper
  
   MARINATING: have fish cleaned, discarding head & fins.
   Wash fish, cut across fish in 1 1/2 sections. Mix
   salt and white wine in bowl. Add fish chunks; rub with
   marinade; cover bowl; refrigerate for 6 hours. After 2
   hours, turn fish to mix with marinade.
   
   PREPARATION: Wash cabbage; slice leaves down middle,
   then in 2 sections. Rinse bean curd; cut into 1
   cubes. Wash, trim and shred scallions, greens and all.
   Peel and mince ginger. Heat salad oil to point of
   smoking. Remove from heat.
   
   COOKING: Rinse fish chunks, drain. Heat chicken stock,
   bean curd, ginger and salt in sauce pan. Reduce heat,
   cover pan, and simmer for 10 minutes. When you are
   ready to add fish and cabbage, turn up heat to boil;
   add fish and cabbage when liquid boils; cover pan.
   Fish and cabbage are cooked in about 3 to 5 minutes -
   cabbage leaves will be bright lime green.
   
   Ladle fish, cabbage and bean curd into warm shallow
   serving bowl; add soup. Garnish with cooked oil,
   minced scallion and pepper. Serve.
  
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