We have recipes for Chinese steamed seabass, Chinese fish cakes, spicy Szechuan fish and much, much more.
Fresh salmon fillets are pan-fried to perfection and served with an oyster sauce. Perfect served over freshly cooked rice and a side of steamed broccoli.
This is a delicious, simple, Chinese-inspired recipe for squid. Lightly coated in sea salt and pepper seasoned flour and then fried to perfection. Perfect for a light meal served with a fresh green salad.
A traditional Chinese fish recipe. Chinese love fresh seafood! Steamed fish is an easy way to prep fish and at the same time keep the original flavour of fish. In this recipe, a whole seabass, ginger and spring onions are steamed to perfection and then topped with soy sauce, sugar and hot oil. Serve with freshly cooked rice.
A delicious Chinese-inspired baked fish supper. Snapper fillet is dipped in a mixture of soy sauce, honey, ginger and garlic, then baked in a foil pouch to perfection. Serve with freshly cooked rice or salad.
This is a fantastic fish supper, which is easy to make and packed full of flavour. A whole carp is fried, then simmered in an aromatic sauce. Serve with freshly cooked rice.
This is a basic and common Chinese recipe for steamed fish. Serve over rice, using some of the sauce from the steaming bowl. Trout, cod, or any firm-fleshed fish will work for this recipe.
A Chinese favourite. Prawns, beef mince and chunks of aubergine are cooked in a sweet-sour spicy sauce. Serve over hot rice.
You'll love the flavour of the Chinese ingredients that infuses this superbly salmon dish. Steaming fish is so healthy - we should do it more often! Serve with steamed rice and stir-fried veg.
This delicate preparation for snapper is full of flavour and best done in a bamboo steamer. For such an easy preparation, the dish is quite impressive served in the steamer at a dinner party.
These fish cakes will rival any store-bought variety. They are highly versatile. You can eat them as is or use them in noodles or stir-fry dishes. They are also freezer-friendly. Enjoy!