I love to eat fish. In every shape and form. Not only is fish a healthy protein, there's so many versatile ways to serve it.
This simple fish dish is such an easy and simple and healthy dish is a great way to pull together a satisfying meal at the end of a hard work day. This recipe can adapt to different types of fish as well such as cod steaks or a whole snapper. I like Chilean Sea Bass because it's a hearty fish that's flakey yet sturdy.
Serve it up with a side of bright greens (check out my Garlicky Sweet Potato Leaves recipe), a bowl of rice and you've got yourself a great meal.
2 Servings, Approx. 20 Mins
What You'll Need
1 Chilean Sea Bass Steak (you can substitute with another fish)
1 Scallion stalk, julienned
½ Inch Ginger, cut into thin matchsticks
2 Tbsp Mirin
2 Tbsp Soy sauce
2 tsp Sesame oil
All You Need To Do
Rinse your fish and pat dry with a paper towel. Let it rest on the paper towel for about 5 mins.
Sprinkle each side of the fish with salt.
Place your fish onto a heat proof plate and sprinkle the scallions and ginger on top of the fish and steam for about 15 mins. Your fish should flake easily with a fork when it's finished.
Remove the the water that has collected on the dish or transfer the fish to a serving plate.
In a small sauce pan, combine mirin, soy sauce and sesame oil and bring it to a boil.
Pour hot sauce over fish.
Garnish with fresh cilantro (optional). Serve with rice and greens.
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