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!

ingredients
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...



2 Comments:

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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