ABC Seet Soy Sauce is an essential pantry staple, it is widely used as part of Indonesian recipes. A bottle of these lusciously thick, dark sauce can be found on the tables of most Indonesian eateries where they’d be drizzled over almost every dish as a condiment.
Eggs are one of the most versatile foods to be enjoyed in almost every way possible. A great source of protein that’s simple to cook and delicious to taste. Although eating too many eggs is often linked to high cholesterol, science in recent years actually shows otherwise. Fresh eggs are also good for storage and can last up to a week at room temperature, or up to a month in your fridge. Just be sure to cook within two hours out of the fridge.
Eggs play a major role in Asian cuisines, incorporating local flavours with its texture and taste. So never mind the same old scrambled, hard-boiled or poached, here are ten simple to cook and yummy egg recipes for you and your family!
A savoury, heart-warming Japanese classic, Oyakodon literally translates to ‘parent-and-child rice bowl’, symbolized by the chicken strips and whisked eggs, cooked with a special Dashi mixed sauce; and served with rice. Superbly filling and delicious.
Egg Mayonnaise Rice Bowl
Want a super easy meal? Try this yummy, filling rice bowl with an egg, Kewpie mayonnaise and steamed rice; flavoured with mirin, bonito flakes, soy sauce and topped with nori seaweed strips.
You’ve probably seen this omelette delight in sushi bars and restaurants. Now you too can make this easy favourite at home! Eggs whipped in cooking sake, Mirin, soy sauce and Kewpie Mayonnaise; fried in vegetable oil and folded into layers. Perfect for breakfast!
A traditional Japanese way to cook eggs is to lower them in a rope-net into a hot spring and leave to poach in their shells for half an hour. This turned the eggs into silky-smooth whites and golden, custard-like yolks; served in a special Dashi broth. But you don’t need a hot-spring, boiled water in your kitchen pot will do just fine. Try your own Onsen Tamago at home!
Deep-fried Quail Eggs
Although much smaller than regular eggs, quail eggs actually pack more nutrients with fewer calories - a rich source of Vitamin B12 and iron. You can enjoy them poached, or as a yummy deep-fried snack with this recipe!
Marbled Tea Eggs
Enjoy a tasty tea-break with this traditional Chinese snack that simmers the rich, refreshing flavours of tea into the bouncy texture of the hard-boiled egg.
Chicken & Corn soup
Have a warm family special that fills your belly and eases your palate. Smooth egg flakes add texture to this flavoursome soup of cubed chicken meat and creamed corn; ideal for any meal.
Get creative with a muffin! Egg-bread is a beloved South Korean street food of fluffy bread topped with a creamy egg. Easy to make and delicious to savour, fun for the whole family.
Bangkok is the city of rich, sumptuous street food, and the Kai Grata omelette pancake is one of the most delicious favourites – sliced sausage, ham and minced pork topped on the sizzled egg; flavoured with black pepper, oyster sauce, spring onions and garlic. Want a spicier taste? Try it with Sriracha hot sauce.
Combine the wholesome goodness of tomato with fried egg in this delicious Malaysian delight; seasoned with salt and pepper, and garnished with coriander for an aromatic touch. Enjoy with rice or bread for a fulfilling meal.