Paleo-Friendly Meals: Chinese Steamed Fish. I’m not going to lie, I’m on vacation this week and didn’t want to leave you hanging. Layer the fish, ginger, green onions, and garlic in a small cake pan. If you have multiple fillets, you can set it up like a lasagna – fish > ginger > onions > fish > ginger > onions. To mold the turnip cakes, the batter is poured into loaf pans and steamed.
One of our favorite occasional indulgences is Chinese dim sum, and one of my favorite dim sum dishes is spare ribs with black beans. Marinate the ribs for two hours in the fridge and then place them in a round cake pan. I wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award! I think your story and your recipes are incredibly worthwhile reads for anyone, and especially those who follow a Paleo diet or want to learn to recreate delicious dishes from many cultures at home.
The above – steamed minced pork with lotus root, is one example. My first time putting lotus root and minced pork together, I had come across a similar dish at a food court recently. The Chinese steamed cake turned out to be springy and fragrant. Follow this recipe carefully and you will be rewarded with these delicate, filling-free Chinese steamed buns. Traditional Chinese Steamed Cake (Fa Gao).