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Sweet & Sour Halibut


American food is lighter than most cuisines around the world, everything is used in moderation. But the overall taste of American food is quite palatable to someone on the move. That is the origin of the term fast food, anyways. Most American food can be classified as fast food. Though there are elaborate meals too, they are mostly imports from other places like France, Mexico, Italy and even England. American food is quick to eat, delicious to taste and most times, nutritious and light on the tummy.

. That began a flurry of American chain restaurants being established around the globe. American food suddenly became world food. for more details go to www.dishadvice.com The insular American cuisine now reached out to every country of the world, even the third world countries. Today when American cuisine has surpassed the popularity of even Chinese cuisine, Lebanese cuisine and Thai cuisine in most parts of the world, it does seem that what is being cooked in America is also cooked in restaurants across the world.

 But it may surprise many of you to know that, whatever the level of penetration of American cuisine may be in a foreign country, they are not getting access to even a tenth of the food that this country prepares indigenously. America seriously guards its elite recipes and lets only the commonplace recipes pass out of its mainland. That is why visitors to America are surprised to taste the real cuisine of America when they get the opportunity. Does that mean that foreigners have absolutely no access to American cuisine in totality? No, that is far from the truth! In reality, non Americans can prepare and taste everything that's cooked in America, even its most secret restaurant recipes. But these restaurants will never popularize that their recipes are available. You must know where to look. The best place to get secret easily cook them yourself is the Internet. There are several blogs and forums where people put up their recipes and discuss with others, and there are places where you can even find the secret restaurant recipes of America. Of course, the restaurants won't give out these recipes themselves; it is the common American people themselves who try to duplicate them and when successful, put them up on the Internet for everyone to share. For more details go to www.300-chicken-recipe.com Top secret restaurant recipes have today become the world's most wanted recipes. But without stepping into American soil and tasting their cuisine on the mainland, you do not know even half the story. Buying flashy books that promise to give you the real deal about American cuisine does not help much. But the tool that most Americans use for everything from combing their hair to solving a medical problem, the Internet, can help you in finding these secret recipes of America.

Sweet & Sour Halibut
Recipe provided by: Recipe America
Recipe Number: 1612
Original recipe yield: 0
Prep Time: 0 min
Cook Time: 0 min

Ingredients:
11/2-2 lbs. halibut 3/4 cup flour 1/2 tsp salt 1 tsp pepper 3 to 4 Tbsp oil 1 onion
very thinly sliced green pepper strips
cut diagonally (about 11/2NULLxl/2NULL). About 3/4 cup. Sauce: 2/3 cup vinegar 1/2 cup sugar 1 Tbsp soy sauce 1/4 tsp tabasco sauce 8 Tbsp water 1 Tbsp cornstarch dash of seafood seasoning ( to taste)

Directions:
Cut halibut into 1NULL cubes. Mix together flour, salt and pepper. Dust fish with flour mixture and set aside while you prepare the sauce. Sauce: Mix cornstarch and water together in ajar and shake well. Add to rest of sauce ingredients in small saucepan. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until mixture thickens slightly and comes to a boil. Keep warm over a double boiler. To prepare halibut/vegies: Heat small amount of oil in a wok or fry pan. Add halibut and quickly stir fry. Push fish up sides of wok or remove and keep warm. Add onions and green pepper and stir fry only until crisp-tender. Mix fish and vegetables together and add sauce. Serve with plain steamed rice. Serves 3.

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