How to Make Delicious Norwegian Arctic Cod Fish Steamed Egg?

Q: Can I substitute other types of fish for Norwegian Arctic cod?
A: Yes, you can use other white fish, but Norwegian Arctic cod is preferred for its delicate texture and flavor.

Q: Is it necessary to filter the egg mixture before steaming?
A: Yes, filtering helps to achieve a smoother and silkier texture for the steamed egg.

Q: How do I know when the steamed egg is perfectly cooked?
A: The egg should be firm yet tender after 12 minutes of steaming. Avoid overcooking to maintain a soft texture.

Q: Can I adjust the seasoning?
A: Yes, adjust the amount of sea salt, soy sauce, and sesame oil to taste.

Norwegian Arctic Cod Fish Steamed Egg


  • Norwegian Arctic Cod Fish: 1-2 pieces
  • Eggs: 2
  • Sea Salt and Crushed Black Pepper: To taste
  • Cooking Wine: 2 tablespoons
  • Salt: 2 grams
  • Sesame Oil: 1 tablespoon
  • Light Soy Sauce: 8 grams
  • Green Onion, chopped: To taste
  1. Prepare the Norwegian Arctic cod fish.
  2. Remove skin and cut the cod into pieces. Marinate with sea salt, black pepper, and cooking wine for 10 minutes.
  3. Break eggs into a bowl, add a pinch of salt and twice the volume of warm water, and beat well.
  4. Filter the egg mixture and pour it into a large bowl.
  5. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap, pierce some holes with a toothpick, and steam for 12 minutes.
  6. Place cod slices on top of the set egg mixture, and continue steaming for about 5 minutes.
  7. Remove from steamer, drizzle with sesame oil, sprinkle some green onions, and add a bit of light soy sauce.
  8. Enjoy the tender and nutritious steamed egg with Norwegian Arctic cod fish.
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  • Rich in protein from both eggs and fish.
  • Contains healthy omega-3 fatty acids from the cod.
  • Low in calories, making it a healthy meal option.