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Asian Fish Steamed in Packets #11534
03/06/2010 12:22 PM
03/06/2010 12:22 PM
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This recipe was in my daily newpaper last week. I made it last night using Tilipia and it was delicious.

Asian Fish Steamed in Packets

1 1/2 lbs. flounder, sole or other flaky white fish
4 green onions, cut into 1-inch lengths
2 tsp seasame oil
2 tsp low-sodium soy sauce
1 tsp rice vinegar
1/2 tsp honey
1 tsp toasted sesame seeds

Heat oven to 425 degrees. Tear four lengths of parchment paper or foil, each about 18 inches long. Fold each length across in half, unfold. Divid fish among the parchment pieces. Top with the green onions.

Whisk together the sesame oil, soy sauce, rice vinegar and honey until honey is disolved. Drizzle over the fish; sprinkle each with sesame seeds. Crimp or fold over the edges to form sealed packets. Place on two baking sheets.

Bake until the packets are puffed and fish is done. 10-15 mins. Transfer packets to serving plates. Cut the top of the packets carefully to avoid the escaping steam. Serve and enjoy.

Nutrition info.
171 calories, 25% from fat, 5 g fat, 1 g saturate fat, 80 mg choleterol, 2g car, 29 g protein, 292 mg sodim, 0 g fiber

Last edited by annie; 03/06/2010 02:13 PM.

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Re: Asian Fish Steamed in Packets [Re: annie] #11535
03/06/2010 01:07 PM
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Boy I have to try this one. Sounds delicious! I am trying to figure out where the 9g. of fiber comes from?

Re: Asian Fish Steamed in Packets [Re: LBI2SXM] #11536
03/06/2010 02:12 PM
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It is very good and so easy to prepare. As for the 9 g that is a typo...sorry should be 0. Guess I should proof read better! I'll see if I can change it.


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Re: Asian Fish Steamed in Packets [Re: annie] #11537
03/06/2010 06:57 PM
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This does sound good and it is all stuff that is already in the cabinets! I am always looking for a good tilapia recipe.
Thanks for sharing. <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/Clapping.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Asian Fish Steamed in Packets [Re: CaWino] #11538
03/06/2010 07:52 PM
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You're welcome, Brad. Another good easy one is mix two parts mayo (not non-fat) to one part dijon mustard. Spread on Tilipia, top with crush pecans and cook in oven at 425 for 10 or 15 mins. I season the fish first with a little salt and pepper before putting the spread on.


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Re: Asian Fish Steamed in Packets [Re: annie] #11539
03/06/2010 10:11 PM
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annie said:
You're welcome, Brad. Another good easy one is mix two parts mayo (not non-fat) to one part dijon mustard. Spread on Tilipia, top with crush pecans and cook in oven at 425 for 10 or 15 mins. I season the fish first with a little salt and pepper before putting the spread on.


Annie, That sounds real good too. And for me, non-fat mayo never crosses my threshhold! That ..........stuff, isn't mayo!! <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/Grin.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Asian Fish Steamed in Packets [Re: CaWino] #11540
03/06/2010 10:23 PM
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I don't use the non-fat stuff either! <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/thumbsdown.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Asian Fish Steamed in Packets [Re: annie] #11541
03/06/2010 11:11 PM
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Annie, this is right up my alley! Thanks for a great recipe!!

Re: Asian Fish Steamed in Packets [Re: GaKaye] #11542
03/06/2010 11:57 PM
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Georiga...you are welcome! I was pleasantly surpised at all good it was last night. I think the next time I make it I might add some ginger.


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Re: Asian Fish Steamed in Packets [Re: annie] #11543
03/07/2010 12:21 AM
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Sounds really good Annie! The sesame seeds would definitely provide fibre! I love fish recipes and try to eat fish two or three times a week. I do a lot of different fish packets on the grill and they are so good! <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/Clapping.gif" alt="" />




Re: Asian Fish Steamed in Packets [Re: annie] #11544
03/07/2010 08:15 PM
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this sounds great, annie. and cawino is right; these are typical ingredients found in the pantry so big plus there. thanks for sharing this recipe!


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