Steamed fish stuffed with beef and vegetables recipe (eosun)
- Cuisine: Korean
- Prep Time: 20 min(s)
- Cook Time: 20 min(s)
- Serves 4
When fish meets beef – this royal Korean cuisine is called “eosun” which means “steamed fish with beef and assorted vegetables rolled in an egg wrap”. It is a healthy, colourful and delicious dish for special occasions.
Special thanks to Han Bok-ryeo, president of the Institute of Korean Royal Cuisine, and Arirang TV, Korea.
Ingredients300g white fish
Salt and pepper
80g beef, top round, cut into julienne
2 medium shiitake mushrooms
3 wood ear mushrooms
50g carrots, cut into julienne
½ cucumber, cut into julienne
3 tbsp corn starch
1 tbsp soy sauce
½ tbsp sugar
2 tsp green onion, (white part only), finely chopped
1 tsp minced garlic
1 tsp sesame oil
1 tsp sesame salt
Pinch of black pepper
½ tbsp mustard
3 tbsp soy sauce
1-1½ tbsp vinegar
½ tbsp water
PreparationSlice the white fish thinly and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Soak the dried mushrooms in water. Remove the stems and julienne. Season the beef and mushroom with the marinade and sauté in a hot oiled pan. Let it cool on a large plate.
Beat the eggs and add salt. Fry them into 3 sheets and julienne one of the sheets.
Soak the wood ear mushroom in warm water and rub. Remove the black membrane and julienne. Blanch, drain and season with salt and sesame oil.
Sprinkle the carrots and cucumber with salt separately and let them stand. Squeeze the water out from each one and sauté lightly. Let them cool.
On a bamboo blind, place the egg sheet and sprinkle with corn starch. Place the white fish into the square. Place the beef, mushrooms, cucumber, carrots, and egg in the middle and wrap the bamboo blind firmly. Wrap them in a soaked cheesecloth and steam for 10 minutes.
When the white fish is cooked, let them cool. Cut into 1.5cm pieces and arrange them on a plate. Serve with the mustard sauce.
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