How to Make Delicious Steamed Cod Fish Chunks: A Simple Guide

Q: Can I use another type of fish for this recipe?
A: Yes, you can use other firm white fish, but the cooking time may vary depending on the thickness of the fish.

Q: What is the purpose of pouring hot oil over the dish at the end?
A: Pouring hot oil over the dish enhances the flavor and aroma of the green onions and gives the dish a glossy, appealing look.

Q: Is it necessary to steam the fish over high heat initially?
A: Yes, steaming over high heat initially helps to seal in the flavors, and then switching to low heat ensures the fish cooks through without becoming tough.

Simple and Savory Steamed Cod Fish Chunks


  • 2 pieces of cod fish
  • 1 small bowl of steamed fish soy sauce
  • 1 small spoon of cooking oil
  • A handful of green onion, shredded
  • Half a carrot, cut into diamond shapes
  1. Prepare the cod fish by cutting it into chunks if the pieces are large. Cut the carrot into diamond shapes and shred the green onion. Set aside.
  2. Place the fish in a steamer with cold water. Once the water boils, steam over high heat for two minutes, then switch to low heat and steam for an additional three minutes.
  3. After steaming, add an appropriate amount of steamed fish soy sauce to the cod. Garnish with green onion shreds and drizzle hot cooking oil over the top.
  4. Note: Cod has a naturally delicious taste, so additional seasoning is not necessary.
  • Rich in high-quality protein
  • Low in fat
  • Contains omega-3 fatty acids
  • Source of vitamins and minerals
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