Steamed fish is one of the most common home-cooked dishes in Chinese family, especially so for Teochew and Hokkien. It's simple to cook and healthy to eat. This week we have Diana Gale, an award-winning blogger @ domesticgoddesswannabe, sharing with us her very own Steamed Fish with Miso recipe. We were surprised by the addition of Miso as it deepens the taste and it goes really well with rice.
The Omega-3 fatty acid is commonly found in fish and eating it twice a week brings a truckload of health benefits to you. We will save you the hassle of googling on it's health benefits as we have it listed down here:
- Fight depression and anxiety
- Improve eye health
- Promote brain health during pregnancy and early life
- Improve risk factors for heart disease
- Reduce symptoms of ADHD in Children
- Fight inflammation
- Fight age-related mental decline and alzheimer’s disease
- May help prevent cancer
- May improve bone and joint health
- Alleviate menstrual pain
- Good for your skin
Last but not least, steaming is one of the healthiest cooking method. It locks in the nutrients so that you can have it all. Wait no more! Give this recipe a shot!
Recipe adapted from Diana Gale @ Simei
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