Steamed Barramundi with Ginger

Ginger and soy sauce give this steamed barramundi an Asian flavour. It is a quick and easy fish meal that can be cooked in either a steamer or microwave.

Steamed Barramundi with Ginger
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  • 1 whole barramundi, cleaned
  • 6 spring onions
  • grated fresh ginger, as required to taste
  • 3 tablespoons soy sauce
  1. Wash fish thoroughly and pat dry. Place fish on a heatproof plate.
  2. Chop spring onions and spread a generous amount of spring onions and grated ginger inside and outside the fish.
  3. Sprinkle with soy sauce and add just a little water (to keep the fish moist).
  4. Wrap cling wrap around the fish and plate allowing an opening at each end to let the steam out.
  5. Put in 1100 watt microwave oven for about 12 minutes (adjust time to size of fish) and serve.
If using microwave, make sure the fish is not too large for your microwave oven.


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  6. Nicole @ Foodrecipe.org

    SO Yummy..! I Have make this steamed baramundi using ginger. and it’s so delicious. Maybe someday i will make this food with my boyfriend 😀

    Fivestar for this baramundi recipe. good job chef

    Nicole 😀

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