Thai-style steamed fish

Thai-style steamed fish

Ready in 30 minutes
2 review(s) averaging 4. 50% would make again

Top-ranked recipe named "Thai-style steamed fish"

Share it:

Super quick, foolproof tin-foil steamed fish from the BBC.

"Fresh & light. I would definitely do this again, but I would use slightly less lime juice"

- gillmcintosh


Are you making this? 
2 Seabass fillets (or favourite fish); (each weighing about 140g/5oz)
2-3 cm Small knob of fresh ginger; , peeled & finely chopped
1 Small clove of garlic; , peeled & finely chopped
1 Red chilli; , seeded & finely chopped
1 Lime; , zest & juice
3 Baby pak choi; , each quartered lengthways
2 tablespoons Soy sauce

Original recipe makes 2 Servings



1. Preheat oven to 180C (unless using stove top steamer)

2. Nestle the fish fillets side by side on a large square of foil and scatter the ginger, garlic, chilli and lime zest over them.

3. Drizzle the lime juice on top and then scatter the pieces of pak choi around and on top of the fish. Pour the soy sauce over the pak choi and loosely seal the foil to make a package, making sure you leave space at the top for the steam to circulate as the fish cooks.

4. Place the parcel on a baking try & pop in the oven for 15-20 minutes, or use a stove top steamer to steam for 15 minutes.

5. Plate up fish and pour remaining juices from the foil on to the fish. Serve with Jasmine rice.


Added on Award Medal
Calories Per Serving: 22 Get detailed nutrition information, including line-by-line nutrition insights?  Try BigOven Pro for Free for 14 days!

Date My private notes
Add your own private notes with BigOven Pro!

Recipe Links

Link in another recipe. What would you serve with this?

Reviews for Thai-style steamed fish

I'd rate it:

sign in to add your comment

Get the free BigOven app on your phone.
Quickly find any recipe anywhere!


Recipe ideas by email


Add your review!

I thought this was a great way to fix large white fish! I used corvina. I loved the flavors of garlic, ginger, lime and soy blended with the fish. The fish turned out moist and tender. The bock choi could have steamed a little longer to be really tender, but how do you do that with everything in a foil packet?? Unfortunately, Picky Wife was sensitive to the modest heat provided by the fresh garlic and ginger, so I will not be fixing fish this way again any time soon.
billmc44 1 year ago

Fresh & light. I would definitely do this again, but I would use slightly less lime juice
gillmcintosh 3 years ago

Add unlimited recipes. Organize in custom folders. Find recipes for your diet. Try BigOven Pro Free