Salty Egg: a Beer Snack

Introduction: Salty Egg: a Beer Snack

This is one of our most popular beer snack menus. It's easy to prepare, economical and delicious!!

Ingredients: 3 Eggs (soft boiled and peeled), 300cc water, 1 tablespoon of sugar, 1 tablespoon Soy-sauce, *(1/2 teaspoon of Oyster sauce, 1/2 teaspoon Chinese five spice)

1. Put water, sugar, soy-sauce, and other ingredients in a small pan except eggs, allow it gently boil till the sugar disolved
2. Add the eggs in a pan and leave it to cool down
3. Store the eggs with the sauce in a re-closable bag and keep it in fridge (at least for 3-4 hours before serving)
4. cut into a half to serve
They will last 5-7 days in fridge. 
Time to prepare: 3mins (excluding boiling eggs and store in fridge)

Instead for oyster sauce and chinese spice, chilli powder or curry powder is very good. Just plain soy-sauce and sugar is also mild and tasty.
This is also a very popular picnic menu as  it is easy to store and carry.

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    ooooh these are good chopped up in salads! we have 21 Indian runner ducks at my home and we make a giant jars of these guys! if my mom could get the stupidly expensive license, she could sell them to our local Asian food market.


    9 years ago on Introduction

    Those kind of eggs are so tasty! How do you make the yolks semi-cooked?

    A Japanese housewife
    A Japanese housewife

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you for trying my recipe.
    Here is my way to make semi-done egg.

    1. Prepare a small pan with a lid
    2. Place eggs in the bottom of the pan, fill cold water into the level to cover the egg. Cook eggs over medium temperature.
    3. Once the water get boiled, turn the temperature into small. Keep cooking another for 1-2 mins.
    4. Tuen the heat off then cover the pan with the lid immediately. Leave it for 2 mins.
    5. Take eggs out from the pan with a ladle. Cool them down in cold water.

    Please adjust the time according to your favoured condition. If you reduce the time to cook or to leave in the pan, you can have the nice semi-done eggs. However, they are not easy to peel. In that case, store eggs in the fridge for some hours. They will become easier to peel.
    Hope this will be helpful.

    A Japanese housewife
    A Japanese housewife

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you for trying my recipe. It is easier to peel the egg shell if you chill the soft-boiled eggs. Enjoy!