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    Saturday, March 8, 2014

    How To make Salted Eggs


    Salted eggs are very easy to make, but you need to be patient for the best result, keeping the eggs longer in a brine solution gives that perfect texture and taste of the salted eggs. I used chicken eggs for this because there is no available duck eggs in my place, still the duck eggs are the best for this.

    Ingredients:
    6 chicken eggs
    3 cups water
    1 cup salt

    Procedure:
    1. Put the salt and water in a pot then bring to a boil, let boil until the salt is fully dissolved, turn off the heat and allow the brine to cool.
    2. When the brine is already cool, transfer it in a container where you are going to keep the eggs for the process. Make sure the eggs will not float by putting a heavy object on top of it then cover.

    3. Keep it in a dark  place for 30 days. After 30 days remove from the brine then cook it until it is hard boiled ( around 10 minutes). Refrigerate and use it anytime you want it.




    Note: You can add food color if you want to make some for sale.
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    15 comments:

    1. Hi Mely, thanks for posting the procedure how to make salted eggs. I need to ask if I'm using iodized salt what will be the exact measurement? More power to your blog! :)

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    2. m'am do I need to put cover on the container?

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    3. 30 days also will be fine for duck eggs.

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    4. Tanong ko lang po, is the soaking is done in a room temperature in the dark or you have to store it in the refrigerator? Please reply. Thanks.

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    5. Thank you for sharing ....

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    6. I always love salted Eggs but it cost to much, thank you for posting this, now I can make my own, thank again

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    7. hi Mely, if gagawin ko pong triple ang quantity ng egg,iti triple ko din po ba ang amount ng water at salt?

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    8. Will try this soon I'm craving for salted eggs lately. Thanks for sharing this recipe that so easy to follow

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    9. Hello po. Good day po.. I will used table salt po ano po ang exact measurement thank you
      More power po

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    10. Hello po ate me ly, thanks for this. I want to be ask po kapag na refregirate n's po and ready to use tatag Al po sya for how many na hindi ga gamit in? And dapat talaga hindi ilalabas sa ref? Thanks

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