Friday, February 18, 2011

smoked soy sauce eggs

Deeply impressed by Naoko's smoked soy sauce, I had to think about how to adapt this wonderful ingredient to my old recipes. I ended up making this egg dish for my first trial after deliberating some candidates. It is a simplest thing to make but was enough to know the power of the smoked soy sauce. Wow!

10 semi-soft boiled eggs (I cook the eggs for 9 minutes in the slowly boiling water)
1/2 red onion/very thinly sliced
3 dried hot red chili peppers

Put everything together in a zip lock bag, marinade for a few hours at room temperature, shaking gently once in a while to distribute the sauce evenly.
Serve with plain white rice. I think these would be fantastic for picnic food, also wonderful as an appetizer. Be careful, these are addictive...


Blogger SS said...

Do you think you could make this with regular soy sauce, not smoked? I love your blog btw, I love Korean food and I miss it a lot, so I'm going to make more of it now!

February 18, 2011 at 9:58 PM  
Blogger Sang-Jeong Lee said...

Of course, you could use just regular soy sauce. Or simply add a teaspoon of liquid smoke ( which is available at any supermarket) to the soy sauce mixture.
Happy Korean cooking!

March 8, 2011 at 4:07 AM  

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