Monday, July 16, 2012

Hard Boiled Eggs- Korean Spa Style

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http://akitchencafe.com/2013/11/13/hard-boiled-eggs-korean-spa-style/






12 comments:

  1. I also go to the King Spa and love the eggs. I make them at home in the crock pot. 4 hours on low. No water. I use the cardboard egg grate container, set in crock pot with eggs and cook.
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  2. That sounds awesome! I'll have to try it that way! Thanks for the tip!

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  3. Couldn't they just be cooked in the oven at 180 degrees for a few hours? Anyone tried them in the oven?

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  4. I cook them on a rimmed baking sheet overnight in the oven on the lowest setting, and they turn out exactly like the spa eggs I enjoyed at Spa Land in Busan, Korea. I've tried the other methods on this post, but the results weren't as good. The best part is, you can bake as many as you like!

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    1. My sister took a picture of the egg I gave her, so you can see how the inside looks, too: http://layurvedique.blogspot.com/2013/03/korean-spa-egg-recipe-for-vata-nutrition.html

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    2. Love them in the oven, Karey Shane! Thank you! :)

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  5. Ooh, what about putting them in a crock pot? I actually live IN Korea, and while I know I could find these eggs at a spa here, my oven has a timer limit of an hour. But I know that a crock pot's low setting is supposed to be about 200 degrees, which is a little higher than the spa temp, but still in the ballpark.

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    1. Aly, someone else suggested that, but I haven't tried it yet. Though I love the oven method, I'll probably try this, too, just to see!

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