Fish In Banana Leaf (Liboke De Poisson) By African Bites

Fish In Banana Leaf (Liboke De Poisson) By African Bites

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Fish In Banana Leaf (Liboke De Poisson) By African Bites
Yields4 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time35 mins

Fish in banana leaf or often referred to as Liboke de Poisson (Congolese dialect) which means pouches of food cooked in banana leaves – in this case, fish. Just like the French term en papillote, which means baked in?

This way of making fish is not only healthy but super easy to make – the leaves or package holds the steams and it penetrates the fish beautifully creating a moist fish with Amazing flavors.

Here is a dish that would make prepping for fish exceptionally easy and fish-eating, tantalizingly tasty

 2-3 fish about one pound or less fillet or whole small fish
 1 large onion sliced
 2-3 tomatoes sliced
 2-3 teaspoon minced garlic
 1 teaspoon ginger
 1 lemon
 Herbs parsley, basil,
 1-2 teaspoon or more green seasoning optional
 Chicken bouillon or Maggie to taste optional

Ingredients

 2-3 fish about one pound or less fillet or whole small fish
 1 large onion sliced
 2-3 tomatoes sliced
 2-3 teaspoon minced garlic
 1 teaspoon ginger
 1 lemon
 Herbs parsley, basil,
 1-2 teaspoon or more green seasoning optional
 Chicken bouillon or Maggie to taste optional
Fish In Banana Leaf (Liboke De Poisson) By African Bites

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