Typical Philippine dishes are meaty, salty, spicy, or sweet. Most are also time-consuming to prepare, or when in a hurry it is usually fried. I'm blogging about my quest for better food, that's simple and healthy, and enjoyable as well :)
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Egg, more nutritious and delicious
Interested in serving egg in a simple and delicious way? I've found one, inspired by Kopi Roti a Singapore franchise coffee shop. They serve soft-boiled eggs with black soya sauce. Their sauce might be a secret recipe, but I googled and found that it can be substituted with 1 part soy sauce and 1 part molasses. Of course, its good to have the best ingredients you can find. I used Kikkoman premium soy sauce and Brer Rabbit mild molasses. Its not really expensive since I only use 1 teaspoon each, for every egg. Its enough to give it that delicious taste...my sons love it, though I have to work on a better presentation.
Btw, I used only boiling water to cook the egg, the yolk is still soft inside, which we prefer.