This Cantonese steamed fish is a traditional and simple dish that's often served as one of the final courses in a traditional Chinese wedding banquet right before the last rice and the noodle course. But it’s also a dish that can be found on a lot of home dinner tables. That’s when you know it’s not just easy, it’s good.
This seafood enchilada recipe, uses basa fish in the ingredients, but you can use any fish you prefer or have to hand. Even canned tuna or salmon would be good - shrimp, crab - anything you like. I love mexican food, but I don't like minced beef and I get tired of chicken, so using fish is an ideal way to ring the changes.
Second to None Baked Basa from Food.com: I went to my butcher's to try a new fish and he told me this basic recipe! Must say, the smell was great! The spice measurements are estimates because it's just sprinkling it on each side! It's also good to put some slices of ripe tomato on top before baking.