Salty eggs 醃鹹蛋

Salty eggs, 醃鹹蛋

Salty eggs, 醃鹹蛋

Salty eggs are usually made of duck eggs but as I was not able to get duck eggs here I substituted them with regular chicken eggs. You can use these eggs for various dishes, such as cantonese moon cakes or Zongzi. So better have some prepared so you can use them anytime you need some. I hope you enjoy the video and stay tuned for more to come.

材料:

1. 10 只雞蛋 ( 中 )
2. 1 liter = 33. 81 fl oz 水
3. 300 克 = 10.58 oz 鹽

Ingredients:

1. 10 chicken eggs ( M )
2. 1 liter = 33. 81 fl oz water
3. 300 grams = 10.58 oz salt

4 Responses to Salty eggs 醃鹹蛋

  1. Betty Chan says:

    Thank you very much for your wonderful presentation and recipies! I was really missing some of the traditional food here in the west and your instructions and the making of your recipies make me feel a little bit home again. Hope to see more^^

    • Maria says:

      Hi Betty, thank you! My primary aim was to help chinese living abroad to cook our native food and cure our homesickness… I am so happy to suceed on this. May I ask how you found my website? Best regards Maria ^^

  2. Landa says:

    Hi Maria,
    Hello from Australia.
    I have 3 hens and they have been laying wonderfully consistent since spring. So you can imagine the amount of eggs we have at home. I would like to make salty eggs… I have 30 eggs, as for the recipe, will i be using 3 times of your original recipe? Can I use stainless steel pots to preserve them? Oh by the way, I just made the dough for ‘you tiao’ so it will be the breakfast for tomorrow. Looking forward to your reply. Many thanks.

    • Maria says:

      Hi Landa, thank you for trying my recipes. The best use glass pots not stainless steel pots because of the salt will damage the pots ^^

      Yours
      maria

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