I've always believed that eating healthfully doesn't mean that taste and enjoyment are compromised. This fish recipe from Sunset Magazine proves my point a million times over!
From the sake and mirin reduction, to the orange and lime juices and zests, to the onion, garlic, and chili sauce, and finally, the lemongrass and fresh ginger that the fish rests on while steaming ... there's nothing but wonderfully coherent flavors to accompany the fish. (If you can't find lemon grass, peel a lemon with a vegetable peeler. It's a great substitute for a sometimes-elusive ingredient. And if you don't have a steamer, bake the fish at 350° till it is opaque and flakes easily--8-10 minutes.)
Feel free to use whatever fish you like best, too! I used cod because ... well, because the original recipe calls for it and also because it's half the cost of halibut! But halibut would be simply stunning. I made brown rice and ginger-sauteed green beans, too, and good nutrition was supremely enjoyed ... in about 30 minutes preparation time!
That's a keeper. (Scroll past the photo for the downloadable recipe.)