Steaming fish is a very delicate way to cook it yet there are still a lot of opportunities to impart flavour as these recipes show.
In this recipe the fish is steamed on a bed of spring onions and Chinese cabbage. Serve with rice, using some of the sauce from the steamer. Trout, ling, bream or any firm-fleshed fish will work for this recipe.
Succulent tuna steaks are teamed in water then they are topped with a garlic ginger sherry sauce to serve. Makes a great low carb main to enjoy with any side.
Salmon fillets are marinated in chilli, parsley, white wine and lemon juice then steamed. I like to serve with baby potatoes in parsley butter, carrots and green beans for an easy healthy dinner.
This is a super healthy Cantonese-style fish recipe that is very easy and quick to make. Serve with rice and Asian veggies.
Low-fat fish and vitamin-packed vegetables are cooked by one of the most healthy of all cooking techniques – steaming.
A delightful and simple way to serve fresh barramundi. Steaming with ginger and spring onions allows the fish's best flavours to come out.
This is delicious mix of white fish paste and shiitake mushrooms rolled up in a thin egg pancake and steamed before being garnished with shaved bonito.
This is a great Thai steamed fish dish called 'Pla Neung prik manao' that includes a chilli lime sauce but I think the key to the great flavour is the bruised lemongrass in the fish cavity.
This is a delicate sauce of thyme, dill, tomato and wine which is well suited to whitefish. I use flathead but others would work.
This is a very healthy and delicious Moroccan technique for steaming fish. This dish may be served hot or cold according to taste.