in Ela's kitchen
that is so interesting. i've never seen it done... you're right. can't forget the tomatoes!
How interesting. I wonder if they would have these at the Asian Grocery in my area?
Hi Corinne. Thanks for dropping by. I hope you can get hold of these, they're really good. Great with tomatoes.
I've never seen anything like this before. Does it make the eggs salty? I am curious as to how it effect the inside of the egg when the mixture is outside.
hi turkish cook. thanks for the visit. yes, the eggs become salty. even the egg yolk. we usually served it as a side dish with tomatoes.
yep, that is interesting. Have seen other ways but not like this. I love duck eggs and will try anything once. I will keep my eyes open and ask some friends.
I would like to try at least 10 eggs, but dont know where to get the putik. Is ordinary garden soil mix with water can make the same putik you are using? Does putik give a different flavor or texture to the itlog maalat?
can we use just garden soil instead of the putik from the ant hill?
you can use brine solution instead (1:1 ratio of salt and water). just checked on the 14th day if the saltiness of the egg is to your liking. we have not tried garden soil. i've read using putik makes the salted eggs oily inside...
Wow i love it.... I think you can use also water w/ salt.... Tomatoe i will never forget that...
I love this! My mom used to buy this at a Filipino market in California and we would eat it with tomatoes and rice. So simple but definitely one of my favorite Filipino dishes!
Hi !I'm really interested in learning how salted eggs are made...your blog is very helpful with the actual photos on it. can i ask for the ratio of the water,mud, and salt? thanks! :)
hi aiza, check out this more detailed post :http://everythingsherbed.blogspot.com/2009/03/salted-eggs-making-2nd-time-around.html
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