How to Make a Delicious Cod and Duck Egg Custard: A Step-by-Step Guide

Q: What type of fish is recommended for this recipe?
A: Norwegian Arctic cod is recommended for its texture and flavor.

Q: Can I use chicken eggs instead of duck eggs?
A: Yes, though duck eggs provide a richer flavor and texture, chicken eggs can be used as an alternative.

Q: Is it necessary to strain the egg mixture?
A: Yes, straining ensures a smoother and more refined texture for the custard.

Cod and Duck Egg Custard


  • 60g Norwegian Arctic cod
  • 2 duck eggs
  • Baby soy sauce, to taste
  • Sesame oil, to taste
  • 62g water
  1. Gather all ingredients.
  2. Separately place duck eggs and water into bowls.
  3. Mix and beat the eggs and water until well combined.
  4. Strain the mixture into another bowl.
  5. Cover with a lid or cling film, and steam for about 6 minutes once the water boils.
  6. Cut the Norwegian Arctic cod into small pieces.
  7. Add the cod pieces into the custard, then steam for an additional 2 minutes.
  8. Drizzle with baby soy sauce and sesame oil, and sprinkle some scallions on top.
  9. Your smooth and delicious steamed egg custard is ready to serve.
  • Rich in high-quality protein from cod and duck eggs.
  • Contains healthy fats, especially omega-3 fatty acids from the cod.
  • Low in carbohydrates, suitable for low-carb diets.
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