How to Make a Delicious Pea Puree with Norwegian Arctic Cod?

Q: Can I use frozen peas for this recipe?
A: Yes, frozen peas can be used. Just ensure they are thoroughly defrosted and drained before blending into a puree.

Q: Is it necessary to use Norwegian Arctic Cod?
A: While Norwegian Arctic Cod is recommended for its flavor and texture, you can substitute with other white fish if necessary.

Norwegian Arctic Cod with Pea Puree


  • Norwegian Arctic Cod - 1 piece
  • Peas - 200g
  • White Mushrooms - 100g
  • Cooking Wine - 1 tablespoon
  • Cooking Oil - 1 tablespoon
  • Black Pepper Powder - 1.5g
  • White Pepper Powder - 1.5g
  • "Zhu Zhi Xian" Seasoning - 2g
  • Salt - 3g
  1. Prepare the ingredients.
  2. Dry the Norwegian Arctic Cod with kitchen paper.
  3. Cut the cod into small pieces.
  4. Wash the peas, blanch in cold water, then drain.
  5. Blend the peas into a puree using a food processor.
  6. Stir-fry the pea puree in a pan with oil, salt, and "Zhu Zhi Xian" seasoning over low heat until flavored.
  7. Place the cooked pea puree into a round mold, press firmly, then unmold.
  8. Wash and blanch the white mushrooms in cold water, then drain.
  9. Stir-fry the white mushrooms with cooking oil and white pepper powder until evenly cooked.
  10. Sauté the cod in oil until slightly golden, add cooking wine to remove fishiness and enhance flavor, sprinkle with black pepper powder, and stir-fry quickly.
  11. Arrange the cod pieces on top of the pea puree and garnish with white mushrooms.
  12. Enjoy the combination of Norwegian Arctic Cod and pea puree.
  • High in protein and omega-3 fatty acids from the cod.
  • Rich in vitamins and fiber from the peas and mushrooms.
  • Low in saturated fats.
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