Asian meals are known for being healthy. You will often find low red meat consumption and Asian tradition of controlling portion size. This post is dedicated to the best fish and seafood recipes by LA 18 Social Media Contributor, JenJen.
Best Asian Recipe for Fish
Steamed fish obviously has fewer calories and less fat than fish cooked in butter. To learn more, you can find more tips from LiveStrong, “Benefits of Steamed Fish.”
The most important thing that you need to take note of steaming fish is not to over cook it. There are many “styles” of steaming fish. JenJen’s Hong Kong Style Steamed Fish recipe simplifies preparation and cooking by using basic Chinese condiments like soy sauce, oyster sauce, and cooking rice wine. It doesn’t really matter whether you use the entire fish from the head to the tail or just a fish fillet; just make be sure to cook with the freshest fish that you can get your hands on.
Best Asian Recipes using Shrimp/Prawns
This version of the popular Thai Glass Noodle Salad with Shrimp is easy to cook with minimal fuss. JenJen simplifies the recipe and steps to keep the preparation and cooking to 20 minutes or less. One of the biggest advantages are the convenience of cooking on your time, you can prepare this dish and let chill in the fridge before meal time.
The Braised Hokkien Noodles are commonly called Fried Hokkien Noodles. Braised Hokkien Noodles are a good way to mix-it-up from the usual rice and noodles that are typically served with Asian meals.
Best Asian Recipe using Mussels
JenJen loves her mussel stew spicy hot with savory peppers! You’ll find a heavier-than-usual dose of cayenne powder or chili which you can adjust to fit your palette.
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