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Tuesday, 30 March 2010

My "Eggs" Are Blue!!

These are the Salted Duck Eggs that Papa brought back from Nunukan the other day.


Eee...cold cold!!! Maybe that is why the eggs have turned blue. Papa said all the salted duck eggs there are light blue. Don't know why. These have been "bakar" so that the eggs can be keep longer.


Taste like our normal salted egg though the yolk not "red". A lot of oil came out when it was cut open.Smells a bit different.Maybe due to the egg being "bakar" instead of boiled. So...who wants a blue egg?

56 comments:

  1. Good to take eggs for kids...protein banyak :)

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  2. Yo..blue egg? First time seeing this.

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  3. Wah Papa bought so many salted eggs! Where is Nunukan? Their specialty is salted duck eggs?

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  4. @.@

    mamarazi sure knows how to take photos. 2nd pic so cute!

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  5. hahahah i love the 2nd pic he is so cute....and i love salted eggs too...salted and plain porridge..yum yum :)

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  6. never heard of egg being 'bakar'. Sure the egg can be eaten? haha..

    I usually like to pick on those orangy yellow egg yolk.

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  7. Blue eggs!!! Never seen 1 before leh *sakai*

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  8. Oh...so this is salted duck eggs? I thought you're doing some Easter eggs. heheheh

    How it taste?

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  9. uLi

    a bit salted egg okay la...too much will damage the kidney

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  10. Chloe Mummy

    No la...not specialty. Saja never saw before so buy lo :p

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  11. Lil Bulb

    the way they "perap" the eggs seems to be different from Msia. Thus the eggs turn blue

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  12. Medie007

    Thanks :)

    Hope you find your "white mice" soon :)

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  13. Manglish

    teochew porridge ah...yummy...add some oyster, scallop, century eggs.....

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  14. mNhL

    yup can be eaten. This one when cut, the yolk there is a lot oil come out from it. Guess, different country, different ways lor

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  15. wah.. blue duck egg.. I want! this will be good to eat with a plain bowl of porridge! :D

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  16. Agnes

    me also"sakai" never saw b4

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  17. Annie

    Taste normal :)..Aiyo...should have saved some to make into Easter Eggs *pengsan* why didnt I think of it geh.......

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  18. wah..the blue eggs look very big hor? how was the taste ? boil some porridge, put in minced meat and salted egg, Best!

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  19. Roses are red, your eggs are blue,
    sugar is sweet , your eggs are still blue... huhu...

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  20. taste yummy not? put it in porridge and it will be awesome!

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  21. I want the blue egg.... It goes very nice together with porridge. My girl and I love it!

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  22. MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE30 March 2010 at 17:05

    Poslaju a dozen to me please...LOL...err, i think never see blue egg yet(seen red & black )

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  23. I want! I want! I love salted eggs...and century eggs...or any eggs! LOL!!!

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  24. Claire

    wa...me hungry leh..yet to dinner.Now the stomach playing drums.

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  25. Kristie

    Taste like normal salted eggs :p

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  26. Princess and Prince Mum

    Me also never saw it before till now

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  27. Serene

    Eat with white rice also good leh

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  28. MRC

    wait ah...i get some Easter Eggs for you also :p

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  29. i tot easter so u make blue eggs for him. mana tau its salted egg.
    First time i see blue salted egg :)

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  30. Blue eggs nice to go with porridge.

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  31. oh i love salted eggs, especially the yolk part. i always save the best for last. yum yum!

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  32. Superman

    nice to eat with plain rice too :)

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  33. Sasha

    My 1st time too to see blueish salted eggs

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  34. Irene

    gimme 5! i also love the yolk best. I can eat rice solely with the yolk..no need other dishes. :p

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  35. hmm..i dun really like salted eggs... pprefer century eggs more.. haha

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  36. Hi SK, I love salted eggs when my wife makes shrimp porridge once awhile. But will only eat the whites.
    You kid looks real cheeky in the pics. He's adorable.
    Hey, when you going to get him a baby sister?
    This year Tiger year, very good, still got time, *wink*, ha ha, Lee.

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  37. Chris

    I prefer salted eggs than century eggs. Kinda geli to eat when sees it's black :p

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  38. Hi SK, drop by tomorrow your noon time. Lee.

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  39. Uncle Lee

    Make babies easy but take care will be hard le...wanna help me babysit or not? I send the baby to Canada you and the Missus become the God-parents lor :p

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  40. Wheeeee ... pretty blue eggs !! Me wants me wants ... LOL

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  41. Joanna

    Next trip to Nunukan get some for you la:)

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  42. Lee

    going to have new posting tomorrow ah? Yipee

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  43. What fun for Easter for a small boy..
    Some of our wild ducks lay blue eggs too, fresh ones not salted at all, and I have eaten them, they are a little stronger tasting than ordinary eggs but are wonderful in making sponge cakes.

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  44. Cold blue salted duck eggs? Now that is a first for me!

    But with porridge must taste good!

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  45. Looks weird coz it's blue..haha. Does it cost more than normal salted eggs? Where is Nunukan?

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  46. FIrst time I see this kind of salted eggs. Is it more expensive than the normal salted eggs?

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  47. Ann

    Coldcoz mamarazzi put into the fridge. The next day baru heat up again

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  48. Glennis

    wow? Really have blue eggs? must have been nice :)

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  49. Alice

    My first time seeing this also

    price dont know

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  50. Mummy Gwen

    Didntask papa the price wor. Nunukan is somewhere opposite of Tawau

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