Hairtail is one of the four major marine products in China, and it is also a very common food. Hairtail can be steamed, braised, dried, sweet and sour, and so on. Basically, you can do whatever you want. Hairtail meat is delicious, but it’s a pity that you can’t see it alive. Most of the hairtail in the market are frozen. Now the logistics is developed, the mainland also has the ice fresh sale, although the price will be expensive, but the taste is fresh more than a little bit.


300g hairtail
200 ml rapeseed oil
4 slices of ginger
3 grams of salt and pepper
2 g chili powder
20G starch


Step 1
The hairtail (the middle part is the best choice) should be cleaned and cut into 6cm long sections. Wipe the surface dry and apply a layer of dry starch

Step 2
Pour rapeseed oil into the hot pot, heat it to 70% heat over medium heat, fry ginger slices until dry, remove and fry fish until golden on both sides

Step 3
When eating, dip in pepper, salt and chili powder