Steam Sturgeon Ingredients
- Chilled or frozen sturgeon (skin link) 1 kg
- 100 grams pitted olives
- Dry white wine 4 tablespoons
- Butter 60 grams
- Premium wheat flour 1 tablespoon
- Lemon juice 2 tablespoons
- Ground black pepper to your liking
- Table salt to your liking
- Key Ingredients
- Serving 6 servings
- World Cuisine
Inventory:Cutting board, Sharp knife, Cutlery, Steam cooker, Fine sieve, Frying pan, Wooden spatula, Serving plate
Steam Sturgeon Cooking:
Step 1: Prepare the sturgeon.Rinse chilled or frozen sturgeon pieces thoroughly under cold running water. If you use frozen fish, first defrost it at room temperature. Then cut the fish into portions, salt and pepper to your liking. Then place the steamers on the wire rack, so that the sturgeon skin is on top.
Step 2: Steam the fish.Now open the jar of olives using a special can opener. Take out the olives and cut them into circles. Then lay them on top of the sturgeon. Pour fish and olives over the top with wine. Steam the fish about 20-25 minutesuntil ready.
Step 3: Cook the sauce.To make the sauce, sift the flour through a fine sieve. Put the pan on a medium heat, heat, then add a little butter, melt it, then add flour to the pan. Stir it thoroughly and constantly with a wooden spatula. When the flour darkens, remove the pan from the heat, cool the flour slightly. Then fill it with 1.5 cups of fish broth, a pair of which sturgeon was boiled, mix and cook, about 10 minutes. After this, strain the finished sauce, add the remaining butter. Then add lemon juice and salt to your liking. Mix everything thoroughly and cool.
Step 4: Serve the steam sturgeon.Put the finished fish on a serving dish, pour over the cooked sauce on top. You can use fresh parsley and red caviar as a decoration for the dish, carefully placing it on a serving platter around the fish. You can serve boiled rice vermicelli or a salad of fresh vegetables seasoned with olive oil for garnish. Good appetite!
- - You can also use, previously peeled, boiled and chopped mushrooms as a side dish.
- - If you wish, you can replace the olives with pitted olives.