Nuffnang

Mama Kucing Blogs

Monday, 20 June 2016

Homemade Salted Eggs Recipe.


I like to eat salted eggs...but only the egg white. Not the yolk. Anyway, this happened in April. Mamarazzi was planning to make Bak Chang as the Bak Chang Festival is in  June. However, the price of the salted eggs was very pricey at around 90sen to RM1.10 an egg.

She then thought why not try making own salted eggs. Maybe can reduce the cost. Thanks to Mr G, it seems that there are people who uses chicken eggs to make salted eggs instead of duck eggs. Much cheaper.


 Wokay la...Asked Mr G for the recipe. There are many recipe online. Some says just water and salt , some says have to put peppercorn, some say this and that.  Hence, Mamarazzi took a bit from here and a bit from there la.

The ratio of salt and water is 1cup of salt : 2 cups of water. Filled up the container. Yup...she used plastic container. According to some people it's safe to use. But if you can get glass container that would be the best la.

Washed and put the eggs into the container. She added 1 piece of star anise coz one blog mentioned that it would enhance the taste. She also added a tablespoon of Chinese cooking wine as another blog mentioned that it would make the yolk turn red.

Another blog mentioned using Kampung Chicken eggs is better than the normal ones. Hence Mamarazzi put two types of eggs into the container. Have to wait 21 days before the eggs are ready for consumption.


 At the end of the period, Mamarazzi was pretty excited. broke open 3 kampung eggs and 3 normal eggs. Hmmm....can see the kampung eggs yolk is more reddish than the normal eggs.


Well, it did not go to waste as that day Mamarazzi made steamed glutinous chicken rice for us to eat.


Yumm yumm...had eating competition with Papa. No worries, Auntie Claire. The baju still fits leh. 

50 comments:

  1. Wahhh auntie Claire made that baju for you? Very nice wor! :P

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Ya ..she poslaju over for Xmas 2 years ago

      Delete
  2. The kampung egg yolks are reddish!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I will only eat the yolks, don't like the whites.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I love pickled eggs. lil kitten ...sending you a video on how 2 make them: https://www.youtube.com/embed/EZVgXyT9He4?rel=0&controls=0&showinfo=0 ... Love, cat.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks a lot Meow. Will ask Mamarazzi to experiment

      Delete
  5. Wah! Mamarazzi is so good lah!

    ReplyDelete
  6. See it, makes me tempted to make it myself... But 21 days...

    ReplyDelete
  7. Oh? I think can buy fresh duck eggs too, can make using those. Here, salted eggs are RM4.00 for 4 big ones, RM3.50 for 4, smaller ones...very good salted eggs, fresh like own made...not wrapped in the black black thing one.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Here fresh duck eggs cost between 50 to 70sens depending on size. Since not much cost saving, might as well buy the ready made salted duck eggs.

      Delete
  8. I used to take the egg white only. Now more adventurous, I could take egg yolk too.

    Never make own salted egg. Maybe one of these days, using your method.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Oh you have the same taste as me.

      Hahaha...nice to eat with porridge

      Delete
  9. Wah, mama macam boleh read my mind.. I've been thinking about homemade hamtan too, coz outside sell quite pricey, and I can eat 5 hamtan at one go! Thanks for sharing mama..

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. 5 at one go?! It's too much leh. Not good for health. Yes very pricey. Try make your own.easy must hentam taruk and wait 21 days

      Delete
  10. The salted eggs very successful le and the red egg yolks looks so nice. I love salted egg yolks more than the whites.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You are same like Mamarazzi . She likes the yolk more.

      Delete
  11. My all time fav, the yolk only. Didn't know can make from chicken eggs and in plastic container. So happy for this sharing.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You are same as mamarazzi. likes the yolk. mamarazzi also didnt know till she saw in a facebook group

      Delete
  12. I like to eat both the salted egg whites and yolk. Good that mamarazzi now makes her own salted eggs, no need to buy already to make mooncakes and bak chang.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Still need to buy to make bak chang as it's not enough

      Delete
  13. i just realized your son getting to be so big now.

    ReplyDelete
  14. Wow complete success! *thumbs up*

    I never get the idea of people liking the white haha. The YOLK is the best part hehehe.

    On the colour of egg yolk... I read that the more intense the colour, the better the egg. Previously I wasn't in favour of buying kampung egg when Tesco egg is cheaper and bigger. Then recently I had both types and found that, really lah, the yolk of the Tesco egg is a PALE yellow. So now I'm converted. :) (But I think Tesco egg still ok for baking?)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi 5 with mamarazzi. Yolk is the best!

      Delete
  15. salted egg yolks very popular now no wonder more expensive. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. ya coz needed for making bak chang and mooncake

      Delete
  16. Hmmm, must give this a try since I like to eat salted eggs...but wonder if it tastes similar (or come close) to those salted duck eggs.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. yes taste similar to the normal duck eggs

      Delete
  17. Mama Kucing is really Geng!! Apa pun boleh buat sekarang... Salute! When it comes to salted eggs, I like the yolk more than the white... usually I put inside the porridge and cook them with peanuts.. my kids and I must have one salted egg each.. otherwise not enough to go round..

    ReplyDelete
  18. Wah that easy? I never thought making salted eggs that simple. Can save budget la like this,

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Mamarazzi didnt know too till she read in a facebook group. it's so simple to make

      Delete
  19. It looks as if the homemade salted eggs were a big success. Did you win the eating contest?

    ReplyDelete
  20. I can have your salted egg yolk if you don't want, hehe ^__*

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. wah you also satu gang with Mamarazzi ah

      Delete
  21. My brother made similar salted egg yolks before, and honestly homemade one is really nicer, and feel safer to eat also la!

    ReplyDelete
  22. Waaa...nice baju. Thank you for the recipe. I have always wanted to try making this! ^.^

    ReplyDelete
  23. They look nice. Must learn to make my own salted eggs too :)

    ReplyDelete
  24. I love salted egg too. What? I dont like the yolk! Give to me. Hihi

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for visiting my blog.

I have decided to make this an Award and Tag Free Zone, thank you for thinking of me but I prefer your comments. I love your comments so do drop a comment or two.

If you are new here, do leave your blog address so that I can come and visit also.

Have a nice day!


Blogger/Google NOTICE to all visitors:
As a courtesy,
we have added a notice on this blog to help meet these regulations. The notice lets visitors know about Google's use of certain Blogger and Google cookies on your blog,
including Google Analytics and AdSense cookies.

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...