Dreamy Cream Dory Fillet


Sampled this delish dish recently at my brother Monty’s house.  Per my sis-in-law Millie, this is currently one of their favorites – and I can clearly see why! :D

They apparently just stumbled upon the recipe for this in a free recipe book from a local ketchup and sweet chili sauce maker which Millie found lying around in their house.  Ain’t serendipity grand most of the time? ;)

I’m (virtually) paying their yummy treat forward by sharing with you its recipe below.

WHAT YOU NEED: 400 gms cream dory fillet or any white fish fillet, 1/4 cup calamansi or lemon juice, 2 egg whites, 1/2 cup ordinary breadcrumbs, 1/2 cup butter, salt and pepper to taste

HOW TO: Marinate fish in the calamansi or lemon juice.  Season with salt and pepper and set aside.  Dip fish in egg white then immediately cover in bread crumbs.  Pan fry in butter until golden brown.

FOR THE SAUCE: 1/4 cup sweet chili sauce, 1/2 cup mayonnaise, 3 tbsps evaporated milk, 2 tbsps chopped ginger, salt and freshly ground pepper to taste

Mix sweet chili sauce, mayonnaise and milk.  Add chopped ginger and season with salt and pepper.  Pour mixture over fish.  Bake for 15 minutes in a 350F oven (this may also be baked in the turbo broiler for 25 minutes – with the dish being covered by foil during the first 15 minutes and the foil removed for the remainder of the cooking time).  Serve hot with your favorite vegetable siding (in this case, they were apparently fans of ampalaya with egg – hahaha!). :lol:

Happy eating!

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15 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Leap of Faith! on 6 July 2009 at 4:29 pm

    Look forward to tasting this when you return to our Kingdom.

    Gusto mo kahit before our return to the kingdom pa e… uwi ka nga lang dito ;) Galing ba ng style ko?

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  2. Hi! thank you for this recipe! I have been looking for other ways to cook cream dory and i found your site! :-) i will try this very soon! Thanks again and God bless! :-)

    You are most welcome, Jam! Thanks for the visit! Hope to see you again in my kitchen soon…

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  3. hmmm, will try this recipe tonight….looks yummy :-)

    That’s great! Do share how it turns out :) Thanks for dropping by!

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  4. Posted by tata on 24 February 2010 at 6:21 pm

    i am curious abt ur combination of cream dory with ampalaya in egg sidings! will try to do it ds wk! yum yum!

    Let me know how it, er, pans out – hahaha! :D It’s actually my sister-in-law’s combination, btw… Thanks for dropping by!

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  5. Posted by MICHELLE on 19 March 2010 at 7:42 am

    thanks for the simple yet yummy recipe…Nice one!

    You are most welcome! Please feel free to drop by again. :D

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  6. Will try this recipe! I have 2 huge bags of cream dory and I usually have them steamed… very blah! Thanks for sharing! :)

    You are most welcome – hope you like it! Hope to see you in my (online) kitchen again. God bless!

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  7. Posted by Michelle on 17 May 2011 at 6:24 pm

    can this be pan fried instead of baking it?

    Don’t see why not if you’re pressed for time ;)

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  8. Posted by aileen banaga on 21 May 2011 at 4:24 pm

    hi! can i just fry it instead. baking seem to be impossible this days..its too hot here and frying obviously cuts cooking time. what do you think..i’ll be catering for less than two hundred and it would definitely help me in my preps.thanks!

    I suppose you could, Aileen – good luck with your upcoming function!

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  9. Posted by BeyDuh on 20 July 2011 at 7:17 pm

    Thanks for the recipe. Was googling fish recipes and came across this and it was hit! Even my picky nephew and brother liked it. Thanks again! :)

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  10. Posted by Jesse Gonzales on 30 September 2011 at 10:58 am

    This is inventive!!! Thank you for posting… This is such a help for other Dory recipe.
    Try this guys and I guarantee you’ll love it!

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  11. Posted by noreen doringo on 3 November 2011 at 11:54 am

    looks very delicious i tried this dish for my kids and to my husband..i hope tonight dinner time..

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  12. Posted by cathy daligcon on 8 January 2012 at 12:03 pm

    thanks for sharing your recipe, i’ll try it tonight :)

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  13. Did this for dinner today. It was soo good! I paired it with buttered veggies (carrots, baguio beans, baby potatoes and zucchini).

    I also marinated the fish in calamansi juice concentrate. It was more tasty. :) Also, added parmesan cheese to the sauce. :) Thanksss!!

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  14. Thanks. I found your recipe because my sister gave me cream dory. No idea how to prepare it. Well, This is it! :)

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  15. Finally found an interesting cream dory recipe i’d like to try :) thanks for sharing!

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