6 salted egg recipes that will become instant favourites
Craving a salted egg fix? These recipes are sure to hit the spot.
Salted eggs are nothing new, so why does it feel like it’s this fresh, hip trend that’s burst onto the food scene? Well, it has a lot to do with the different reimaginings of this beloved ingredient, that’s taking over the culinary world. From savoury, fried dishes to tasty desserts or even cocktails, the salted egg trend shows no signs of slowing down. It’s creamy, oozing with rich salty-sweet flavour, and bursting with umami.
Salted egg is a staple of Asian dishes like Chinese congee, Filipino bibingka, and many others. But the great thing about this versatile trend is you can make easily satisfy your craving for it, and you don’t even have to head out of the house. If you’re contemplating attempting an easy salted egg recipe, let this list convince you to just go for it!
Picture this: you take a bite of some comforting fried chicken, but there’s an added flavour and texture. It’s rich, creamy, and salty with just the right amount of umami and grainy texture. You don’t have to keep imagining it because you can make this delectable deep-fried dish of salted-egg coated chicken right at home.
One of the most beloved seafood dishes is prawns. I especially like them dipped in lemon butter, but they’re even more delicious when deep fried while coated in a creamy salted egg batter. You can even add chilli for added heat and flavour. And of course, a side of white rice will complete your meal!
Fried rice is an Asian cuisine staple that you can make even more flavourful using salted eggs. It’s pretty simple, too. All it takes is to mash up salted eggs and stir-fry along with some garlic, rice, and your choice of toppings. You can add shrimp, spring onions and ham as well.
Beloved as a popular treat during the yearly mid-autumn festival in China as well as Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan, these savoury desserts are best served fresh, without preservatives. The best way to make sure of this is by whipping them up at home. You don’t need to wait a year just to enjoy this snack!
Mooncakes now come in various shapes and flavours, but one of the most delicious is the kind that’s stuffed with salted duck egg yolks.
Deep-fried and crisped to perfection, this recipe will truly be a crowd pleaser. All you will need are squid, salted duck eggs, eggs, flour, salt, garlic, oil and pepper (plus chilli for an added zing) to make this dish! Garnish with curry leaves, lettuce and tomatoes to make it even more appetizing.
You don’t have to head out and wait in a queue to get your fix, just fry up some salted egg chips at home. The best thing about it is you can control what goes into the cooking process, adjusting the oil and other ingredients based on your preference.
Which easy salted egg recipeare you most looking forward to trying?