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Steamed Coral Cod with Goji Berries and Lotus Leaf – Leogate Estate Brokenback Rose 2012

Coral Cod is a fish that needs soft and fruity notes of wine and Leogate Estate Brokenback Rose 2012 is the perfect pair that goes with this succulent steamed fish.

To accentuate the sweet and piquant flavours of coral cod, a wine with subtle varietal characteristics is a must.

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Steamed Coral Cod with Goji Berries and Lotus Leaf

Ingredients:

800g Coral cod, scaled & cleaned
1 tbsp. Dried goji berries, soaked in water
1 Dried lotus leaf, cleaned & soaked in water
20g Ginger, julienned
1 stalk Spring onion, julienned
4 tbsp. Vegetable oil

Seasoning mix:
2 tbsp. Lee Kum Kee Seasoned Soy Sauce for Seafood
1 tbsp. Lee Kum Kee Premium Soy Sauce

Method:

1 Score the fish by making 2 cuts on each side of the fish. Use 2 tbsp. vegetable oil to brush over the fish.

2 Line bamboo steamer with lotus leaf. Place fish on a lotus leaf and sprinkle goji berries on top of fish. Steam for 15 minutes or until cooked.

3 Heat 2 tbsp. vegetable oil in fry pan. Sauté ginger and spring onion. Add seasoning mix, stir through to combine well. Pour over the fish. Serve hot with steamed Jasmine rice.

4 Enjoy your Steamed Coral Cod recipe!

Steamed Coral Cod with Goji Berries and Lotus Leaf: Leogate Estate Brokenback Rose 2012

Rose

Australia’s fresh and vibrant Roses are generally produced from red grape varaties such as SHiraz and Grenache, with only minimal contact on skins to give the wines their signature ‘blush’. When choosing a Rose, look for wines displaying red cherry, strawberry and/ or raspberry flavours, sometimes even with a hint of earth and spice.
A fantastic food wine, Rose is great alongside salads, antipasto platters, fish dishes or even your favourite curry. And, remember Roses are best served young and chilled.

Steamed Coral Cod with Goji Berries and Lotus Leaf: Leogate Estate Brokenback Rose 2012

Named after the large lion adorned iron gates guarding their Pokolbin vineyards, Leogate Estate is a Hunter favourite. Their delightful 2012 Rose made from Shiraz follows the Gold-medal winning 2011 vintage and looks set to repeat the success.

Dusty pink to red in the glass, it has a soft mix of raspberry, watermelon and rose petal aromas. Light, dry and fresh, the palate features a savoury mix of red fruits with a hint of pink peppercorn. It has a lovely feminine structure and texture bound by crisp, vibrant acidity.

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