Steamed Fish In Banana Leaves | Healthy And Easy To Make Fish Recipe | Masala Trails

Learn how to make Steamed Fish In Banana Leaves with chef Sneha Nair only on Get Curried.

A yummy fish recipe which is filled with a lovely banana leaf aroma since it is cooked in it. It is a classic recipe of steamed fish which is tasty, healthy and easy to make. So watch and learn how to make Steamed Fish In Banana Leaves at home with chef Sneha Nair only on Get Curried.

-hand full of coriander leaves
-few mint leaves
-8-9 garlic pods
-1 inch of ginger
-7-8 green chillies
-1 cup of water
-2 spoon vinegar
-banana leaves
– olive oil
– vinegar

– In a grinder blend together – coriander leaves, mint leaves,garlic pods, ginger, green chillies
– In a cup or mug of water add two spoons of vinegar. So that the vinegar dilutes in it
– Now keep adding the water into the mixture until you get the desired consistency
– Heat up the banana leaves over the gas
– Add olive oil and vinegar in the paste
– Apply the spice mix over the fish on both the sides and then fold the banana leaf
– In a way that the fish is cover properly
– Place a sieve over a pan in which the water is boiling
– Place the fish on the seive and cover it
– Keep it for 7 minutes, equal time for both the sides.
– Steamed Fish is ready to be served.

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Host: Sneha Nair
Director: Suchandra Basu
Camera: Kavaldeep Singh Jangwal, Pratik Gamre, Manjeet Katariya
Editing: Dinesh Shetty
Creative Head: Kavya Krishnaswamy
Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya
Copyrights: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited

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Julie uhc says:


Sanu Remi says:


Arvind Toolooa says:

It would had been better if u tasted it at the end of the video

shivalini mohapatra says:

wonderful …!!!thankyou sooo much for the amazing video …
God bless

Shipra Vashisth says:

Ok, it might sound silly but any substitute for banana leaf.. I rarely get to see banana leaves here.

Ansuman Dey says:

You are simply beautiful
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Rajesh kumar says:

i could see you just love baby pomfret a lot

Ajit Parmar says:

very nice

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omg ! I just found your channel and I love it ! Thank you

Taufiq Shaikh says:


keya kanon says:

I’ve tried it.and loved it very much…..

Melita Gomes says:

Thank u so much for this wonderful recipe

mag 00 says:

hi, no salt required for this dish?

Vijay Kumar says:

Good one

saraswathi suvarna says:

nice recipe

aijaj bakshi says:

by looks, doesn’t seem to be cooked probably.

dadday bix says:

looking is hot’

R Dias says:

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bhavani kodey says:

Little bit of fresh coconut adds in a great flavour though I hav pan fried

swastik says:

yumm yumm 🙂

salma salma says:

nice ☺

Snigdha Nagaraj says:

I’m gonna try this. Slurp! Any particular reason for adding Vinegar? Can I skip this?

Charishma Cherry says:

should we use boneless fish for dis recipe?

madhulika vidur says:


ZareenaHaneef Haneef says:

lagauvag Malayalam please contact

Rajnish Kumar says:

Can we user aluminium foil in place of banana leaves? Can we use other variety of fish like Rohu (Indian Carp) ?

Sam Raai says:

Nice good for health conscious

Collin Coutinho says:

too much of blah blah blah

Street & kitchen foods of India says:

Looks good

Satabdi Mitra says:

Try it with vetki fish

monisha reddy says:

good recipe and all but it’s so annoying this lady keeps repeating the word sort off a 100times thru the video.

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