2 fresh fillets of white fish (Choose a fish that will hold together when you cut it and lightly fry the pieces, you may even like to use prawns)
2 heads of chopped broccoli (Generally one head of broccoli per person)
You may also like to include other vegetables or Asian greens.
4 – 6 large cloves of finely chopped garlic
I bunch of spring onions finely chopped
Finely chopped chilli to taste
Additional seasoning ingredients
Toasted sesame seeds
Fresh thinly sliced spring onions
Fresh chopped coriander
Rinse broccoli and cut into pieces depending on how you prefer to eat it
Finely chop garlic and chilli
Rinse and chop spring onions into thin pieces
Heat wok with a glug of sesame and olive oil
When hot gently place in chilli, garlic and spring onions
Add broccoli after a minute or two. You may wish to put a lid on this to steam and stir-fry at the same time, stirring every couple of minutes.
While broccoli is cooking, place fish pieces in a non-stick pan with oil. Season with pepper and chilli, or spices you like. Cook until golden brown on both sides and cooked through. Approx. 6 minutes on both sides depending on the fish pieces or fillets
While the broccoli and fish are cooking, place ¼ cup of sesame seeds into a small pan and lightly dry roast. Keep an eye on these as they can burn quickly once the pan is hot! Stir regularly until golden brown
Rinse the kelp noodles and place as much as you feel to eat, in with the broccoli and stir through. The noodles do not require any cooking, yet rinsed with hot water softens the very crunchy texture.
Serve in a bowl. Place fried fish pieces on top. Garnish with sesame seeds, fresh herbs, extra oil or lemon as desired.