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  • Elle Sten

Destiny Marinated Eggs for spicy ramen (Anjitsuke Tamago

A delicious egg marinade. I boiled mine slightly longer as I can't do too runny of yolks and wanted some that were baby-safe.

I brought a pot of water to a boil and lowered my eggs in to boil for 8 minutes, so the yolks were dark yellow and set except in the middles.

I quadrupled the recipe, which is for marinade for 4 eggs. I made it for 12 and used the remaining marinade as the base for my pork belly strips.

In a separate large measuring cup, I combined 2 cups of soy sauce, 1 cup of sugar, 1 cup of mirin, and 1 cup of sake. Note the sugar will take lots of vigorous stirring to dissolve or else it will quickly separate.

I then peeled and added my boiled eggs to the large jar, and poured the marinade over it reserving 1/4 in the measuring cup. I placed in the fridge, and although I did this step same-day as my ramen, letting it marinate for at least 24 hours is recommended.

These are great to have on-hand for packaged ramen, but even better atop Tonkatsu ramen or Cayde's Spicy Ramen.



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