Swai fish is a type of catfish that were farm-raised in Vietnam. They are delicious, flaky and fairly cheap. If you love fish, here's a good variation to try. I like it best steamed because it's what my children favor. I just have to double the amount of soy sauce since my girl loves to pour it on her rice when eating.
I have to cut the fish into half to fit into my steamer. I mixed together 3-4 T soy sauce, 1 tsp. olive oil, 1 T white cooking wine, marjoram, green onions, and ginger. Poured over 3 Swai fillets and steam until the fish meat turns white.
Simple to cook and prepare for busy days, yet very flavorful.
Let me know how you like your Swai.