Salted Egg Recipe

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Salted Egg is one of the favorites of Filipino tongue. A lot of foreigners who have visited the Philippines have tasted this and wanted some more for their breakfast. For awesome experience Filipinos serves salted egg with tomatoes and fried fish! Don't worry! The preparation is so easy and even your kids can help you! Now lets do the "Brine egg and Wait"!
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  • Duck Eggs
  • salt
  • Red Dye
  • water
  • For every 2 gallons of water (tap not distilled) you will need 1 lb. of coarse table salt. Mix together, cook over medium heat, and stir solution until most of the salt granules are dissolved. Cook just until salt has dissolved. Let cool.
  • Choose a wide-mouthed pickling jar to store the " duck eggs".
  • Test the eggs' freshness before proceeding. Only the fresh ones may be brined.
  • If the eggs are particularly dirty, they may be washed with a light soap solution.
  • Place the eggs one at a time into the jar to avoid cracking of shells.
  • It is highly recommended that you pick out the right size of the jar depending on the amount of eggs you are brining.
  • If you are using a very big jar and small amount of eggs, be sure to fill the jar with brine up close to the brim.
  • When all the eggs are in place, slowly pour the brine solution into the jar. Cover the jar with its lid. Make sure that all eggs are soaked. Then store it in cool place. In my practice, it takes 18-20 days before eggs are salted.
  • Hard boil the eggs using the brine solution. Let it boil for 10 minutes with low heat.
  • Rinse it and color it with red dye (optional). Let it cool.
  • Viola! You now have the salted eggs for breakfast!
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