Soba Noodle Broth-soaked Half Boiled Egg

If you have any eggs reaching their sell-by date, just make this recipe and you'll have boiled eggs ready to eat with ramen noodles or a salad, for example.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)
Serves 4

Ingredients

Eggs 4
Soba noodle broth concentrate 50cc
Water 50cc

Method

1
Before boiling the eggs, prick a hole in the top and bottom of each one. I bought this for 100Y, it's specially made for this!
2
Use a ladle to gently place the eggs into the boiling water. Eggs at room temperature will be half boiled in 5 minutes and hard boiled in 8 minutes. From the fridge, add 1 minute.
3
Once boiled, peel off the shell under cold running water and put into a Ziplock bag with the broth and water. Keep in the fridge for 1-3 days.
4
The eggs will absorb the broth slowly, so you can eat it when you like.

Tips & Note

Pricking the eggs first allows the hot water to get into the eggs, so it's easier to remove the shells.

Soba Noodle Broth-soaked Half Boiled Egg

If you have any eggs reaching their sell-by date, just make this recipe and you'll have boiled eggs ready to eat with ramen noodles or a salad, for example.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)

Serves 4

Ingredients

Eggs 4
Soba noodle broth concentrate 50cc
Water 50cc

Soba Noodle Broth-soaked Half Boiled Egg

Recipe ID :908 Posted on 25 JUL 2015

Serves 4

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If you have any eggs reaching their sell-by date, just make this recipe and you'll have boiled eggs ready to eat with ramen noodles or a salad, for example.

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Ingredients

Method

1
Before boiling the eggs, prick a hole in the top and bottom of each one. I bought this for 100Y, it's specially made for this!
2
Use a ladle to gently place the eggs into the boiling water. Eggs at room temperature will be half boiled in 5 minutes and hard boiled in 8 minutes. From the fridge, add 1 minute.
3
Once boiled, peel off the shell under cold running water and put into a Ziplock bag with the broth and water. Keep in the fridge for 1-3 days.
4
The eggs will absorb the broth slowly, so you can eat it when you like.

Tips & Note

Pricking the eggs first allows the hot water to get into the eggs, so it's easier to remove the shells.

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