Originally published on December 22, 2009. Updated with new pictures and recipe.
One of my favorite things to eat is Japanese-style soy sauce eggs or shoyu tamago in Japanese language. Whenever I eat out at my favorite ramen restaurants, I always order an extra serving of soy sauce eggs.
As simple as it sounds, soy sauce egg is one of my favorite egg recipe ever.
Soy sauce egg is not cheap at restaurants, some as much as $1.50 per egg. Making homemade soy sauce egg is so easy and calls for only a few basic ingredients: hard-boiled eggs, soy sauce, dark soy sauce and sugar. It’s really that simple.
I usually make a big batch and keep them in the fridge. Soy sauce eggs make a great snack in between meals; they are also great as a topping for many Asian noodles. Everyone loves them, including the pickiest kids.
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