Fish is a popular ingredient in Chinese cooking from simple battered dishes, to whole fish meals. Firm fish can even be stir fried.
Snapper steamed for delicate flavour and a healthy dish. It is best done in a bamboo steamer which adds its own special aroma.
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.
Serve this delicious fish the traditional Chinese way with a selection of sides and steamed rice to create your own Asian banquet.
This is deceptively simple for such a tasty recipe. Serve it as part of a Chinese banquet with white rice and side dishes, or just by itself for lunch or dinner.
A lovely Chinese tradition is to cook a whole fish and serve it as the centrepiece of a banquet. It's dramatic and not hard to make.
These delicious Chinese-style fish cakes will rival anything you can get in a restaurant. You can eat them as is, or use them as an ingredient in a stir fry. They can also be frozen.
This is an easy pan fried fish dish that uses a sweet and sour sauce. If you prefer use fish fillets. Serve with rice.
More commonly refered to as "Shui Zhu Yu", this delicious Szechuan boiled fish has dried red chillies, black bean sauce and Chinese cabbage. Topped with coriander to serve.
This is a Chinese recipe for simple pan fried fish with carrots and a basic chicken and sesame sauce; serve with rice.
Rice porridge, sometimes called congee, is a very popular dish in many Asian countries, particularly when you are feeling under the weather.