These are just SO GOOD whether you eat it with rice, noodles, or by themselves! Usually this is made with beef too, but I prefer eating the eggs anyways, so I made this without the beef. I understand that this is definitely a dish that not only Koreans enjoy! Try it out!
You Will Need:
– Eggs (However many you wish. I recommend 5-8 eggs)
– 1½ Cups of Soy Sauce depending on how many eggs you use
– 2 Cups of Water
– 1/2 Cup of Honey Powder (Brown Sugar is fine too)
– 3 Cloves of Garlic (I used about 1 Tablespoon of Minced Garlic)
– 1 Green Onion optional
- Boil and peel your eggs
- In a pot, boil the Soy Sauce, Water, Honey/Sugar, and Garlic. Once the broth begins boiling, add your peeled hard-boiled eggs and reduce the heat to Medium
- Simmer the eggs in the broth uncovered for about 20 minutes or until the broth reduces by half while turning the eggs occasionally
- You can then serve immediately with rice/noodles or store the eggs in the broth in a container (later putting them in the fridge).
Note: The longer the eggs are in the broth (hot or cold), the more the eggs will absorb the flavor