Dim Sum Steamed Seafood

Dim sum recipes are great for sharing!

20 min. 1 serv.
50 ratings

Looking for a fun way to freshen up familiar seafood dishes? Look no further! Steam seafood with your favorite vegetables to infuse it with all kinds of delicious flavor. When you’re looking for a meal to share, dim sum recipes are a great option. Try it tonight!

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2 1/3 Oz Clams, cooked
2 1/3 Oz Scallops, without nerves & cut in two
2 1/3 Oz Shrimp, with skin
2 Cup Vegetables of choice, (green preferably), steamed
2 Celery stalks, chopped
1 Banana leaf, or parchment paper
1 Lime, juiced
1 Garlic clove
1 Jalapeno pepper
2 Tsp Pickled ginger
1 Tbsp Soy sauce, (can be replaced with tamari)
1 Bunch Fresh basil, chopped


Did you know?

When you steam foods instead of boiling them directly in water, you ensure that you’re not losing valuable flavor, texture, and, of course, nutrition. Additionally, the steaming process makes foods far easier to digest, increasing their bioavailability. Plus, you’re not relying on oils to help cook your food – it’s just evaporated water! Steaming food allows its natural benefits to shine through, more so than in other cooking methods, and because of how steamers can stack, you can cook multiple foods all at once, all free of worry!

We’re big fans of seafood recipes like this one, but what do you think? Let us know in the comments below!

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