Keeping up with eating healthy over the next month so that we are in top shape for the new year, I wanted to try out a new fish dish that is gourmet, simple and easy. Boy o boy did this deliver. We really **loved** this Steamed Sea Bass with Lime and Ginger. This is not the first time I have ever cooked sea bass at home and a lot of people shy away from trying to cook it themselves because it seems intimidating. It is not it is a thick hearty fish that holds up well to cooking, just pay attention to the thickness of your fish. As you can see in the picture my fish was almost 3″ thick and took every bit of 30 minutes to cook. I took it out at 20 minutes and sliced the middle and you can easily see if it is cooked or not. Mine wasn’t so I crimped the foil packet closed and shoved it back in the oven for an additional 10 minutes and it was done. If your fish is 2″ thick plan on 20 minutes.
Because you are cooking the fish in a foil packet clean up is a breeze. Serve this fish on top of quinoa (I used black which looks great with the fish) and you have a powerhouse healthy superfood laden dish.
You can substitute Black Cod or Halibut for the Sea Bass.