Boiled eggs are pretty boring, but I love to have them in the fridge. You can grab one for a little snack, make egg salad and then of course you can make deviled eggs, which I love.
My favorite way to have a boiled egg is in a steaming hot bowl of ramen noodle soup. In my opinion, a ramen bowl isn’t complete without a boiled egg. Especially an egg that has been marinated in soy sauce and chili. I love to eat these eggs as a quick snack. They are so flavorful and satisfying.
Sometimes, I even slice one up and lay the slices on top of a hot bowl of rice, sprinkle on some minced green onion and YUMMMMMMMM. Sometimes the most simple things are the best. Am I right?
So, go boil up some eggs and try these. You’re gonna say YUMMMMMMMMMM.
Soy Sauce Eggs
6 peeled boiled eggs (still warm)
3/4 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup water
Optional add ins:
1 tsp fresh grated ginger (optional)
1 Tblsp chili paste or hot sauce of your choice (optional)
2 green onions, sliced thin
Put the soy sauce and water in a jar. Add any of the optional ingredients in and give it a quick shake. Add the eggs. Turn the jar around to coat all the eggs if the liquid doesn’t quite cover all the eggs. Allow to marinate for at least half an hour. Longer is better, but if you can’t wait, you can always slice an egg and drizzle some marinade over the slices.
That’s it!!! So easy, right?