Recipe: Asian-style steamed sea bass

December 6, 2011 - Lite Plan

Dish of the Day:
Asian Style Steamed Bass
So you’ve achieved the weightloss and are back to making your own meals. Wondering what to cook? Need any inspiration? Here is a fantastic healthy recipe for you to try – a beautifully light and succulent dish which is perfect for lunch or dinner. Why not give it a go….

Asian- style Steamed Bass:
Serves 2

Per serving
274 calories
Protein – 45 grams of protein
Carbs- 8.5 grams of carbohydrates
Fat – 7.5 grams of fat


Pak choi x 400g sliced lengthways into eighths
Seabass x 400g  Fillets (or any other non-oily white fish)
Soy Sauce x 1 tbsp
Ginger x 2cm, grated
Garlic granules x 1tsp
Chilli flakes x 1 tsp, dried
Spring onions x 4, sliced lengthways

How to make:

– Heat the oven to 180C/160C fan/gas mark 4.

-Place a large sheet of greaseproof paper on a baking tray, lay the pak choi in the centre and the seabass on the top.

-Fold the greaseproof paper upwards around the fish to make a tent, leaving a gap at the top.

– In a bowl, combine the soy sauce, ginger, garlic and chilli. Tip this mixture into the parcel and seal by folding down the paper.

– Place in the oven for 15 minutes until the pak choi is tender and the fish is cooked.

– Remove from the parcel and divide between two plates, then top with sliced onion.

And you’re done! Serve with soft noodles or a healthy leafy green salad – Bon appetit!

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