How to Make Delicious Norwegian Arctic Cod Fish Steamed Egg for Babies: A Step-by-Step Guide

Q: Can I add salt to the recipe for adults?
A: Yes, you can add about 2-3 grams of salt during step 4 for added flavor if it’s for adults.

Q: How do I prevent the steamed egg from being too watery?
A: Ensure you use the specified amount of pure water and milk, and remove the surface foam in step 6 for a firmer texture.

Q: Is this dish suitable for all ages?
A: This dish is primarily designed for babies, but with a slight adjustment in seasoning, such as adding salt, it can be suitable for adults too.

Norwegian Arctic Cod Fish Steamed Egg for Babies


  • Norwegian Arctic Cod Fish: 2 pieces
  • Eggs: 2
  • Pure Water: 160g
  • Pure Milk: 80ml
  • Lemon Juice: a few drops
  • Ginger Slices: 2 pieces
  • Green Onion Sections: 2
  • Baby Walnut Oil: 5g
  • Chopped Green Onion: to taste
  • Baby Low Sodium Soy Sauce: 10g
  1. Cut the cod fish into small pieces.
  2. Add ginger slices and a few drops of lemon juice to the fish to remove fishy smell.
  3. Marinate with green onion sections for 10 minutes.
  4. In a bowl, combine eggs, pure water, and pure milk. Add 2-3g of salt for adult consumption.
  5. Beat the mixture with a manual egg beater until even.
  6. Pour into a steaming dish, scraping off the surface foam with a spoon.
  7. Cover with cling film, piercing a few holes for ventilation.
  8. In a pot, bring water to a boil, then steam the egg mixture on high heat for 10 minutes.
  9. After 10 minutes, when the custard is set, lift the film and lay the fish pieces on top.
  10. Re-cover with the film and continue steaming for 5 more minutes.
  11. Drizzle with hot baby walnut oil.
  12. Add baby soy sauce.
  13. Finish by sprinkling with chopped green onion.
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  • Rich in protein from cod fish and eggs.
  • Contains healthy fats from walnut oil.
  • Low in sodium, suitable for babies.