Steamed Ginger Soy Fish

Serves 2-3

Preparation time 5 Minutes

Cooking time 10 Minutes


River sole fillet - 1

Ginger juliennes - 2 knots

Sesame oil - 5 ml

Chilli flakes - 1 tsp

Garlic paste - 3 cloves

Spring onion - 2

Dill leaves - 1 tsp

Lemons - 1

Light soy sauce - 20 ml

Cherry tomato - 5-6

Corn flour - 1 tsp

A dish that is minus oil and full of nutrients and flavour. In addition, this doesn't take much time or effort and can be cooked in a single utensil!


1) Wash and clean the fillet of river sole and pat dry it with a tissue paper.

2) Marinade the fish with half of the light soy sauce, juice of 1/2 lemon, chopped dill leaves, garlic paste, salt, ginger juliennes and chilli flakes.

3) Bring 150 ml of water to a boil in a MEYER Quicker Cooker and place the steamer in it.

4) Make a bed of spring onion on the steamer and gently place the fish on top of the spring onions.

5) Pressure steam the fish for 8 minutes and lightly season it with salt and peppers.

6) Remove the steamer and add the remaining light soy sauce, ginger juliennes and cherry tomatoes to the remaining stock.

7) Dissolve the cornflour in a bit of water and add it to the sauce in the pan.

8) Serve the fish by placing the fish along with the spring onion on a plate and spooning over the sauce.

9) Give the fish a fresh squeeze of lemon juice and garnish with the chopped spring onions.

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