Thursday, 28 May 2009

Chinese style steamed seabass

Steamed fish with greens and chinese sauce (by Christ tell)
You must know it by now, my favorite fish is seabass, and yes, steamed with greens. Very healty, easy and no fuss. Extremely tasty.

So here's another recipe, chinese this time.
You won't need much:
- 1 fresh seabass, filleted
- 1 broccoli
- a handful of runner beans cut in strips

for the sauce (adjust vinegar and Soya to taste)
- 5 tblspn Soya sauce
- 2 tblspn white wine vinegar or chinese vinegar
- 1 tspn sesame oil
- 2tblspn water
- 1 bird eye chilly, sliced
- 1/2 thumb fresh ginger chopped finely
- 1 tblsp golden syrup

Cook the fish and the vegetables in the steamer in separate baskets for 12 minutes
Prepare the sauce by mixing the ingredients and adjusting.
Dish the fish and vegetables, pour the sauce on top (or serve the sauce separately if you prefer)

Enjoy!
Steamed fish with greens and chinese sauce (by Christ tell)

Did I say it was quick and easy? Ah! I wasn't lying!...
This one definitely beats the take away.. (well, I don't do take aways anyway..)


Source: my own experimentation with various tastes

6 comments:

Christina Kim said...

Healthy! I love it, a great combo of flavors.

Marjo said...

Ginger with steamed fish, a perfect association. And an easy and quick recipe too. Thank you !!!

Ricardo said...

It genuinely looks delicious and pure so much colour contrast and very well presented great photo too. :) xx Rico

Cindy Khor said...

yup, its absolutely easy and fast... but if i were to steam it, i need to have fresh fish, and not frozen ones... its hard to find fresh fish here... thanks for the reminder again

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Christelle said...

To Christina and Ricardo: Thanks, simple but great ingredients always work :))

To Marjo: You're welcome :)


To Cindy: I never use frozen fish, I'm not very keen on it, this one was fresh from the fishmonger, so much tastier. But of course, it's not possible all the time and for everybody to get fresh fish...