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Son in Law Eggs

Son In Law Eggs (Vegetarian)

Serve: 2
Prep: 20 minutes
Cooking time: 10 minutes


5                                     Hard boiled egg -shelled
2 clove                          Garlic -finely chopped
3                                     Banana shallot- peeled and thinly sliced
1                                      Red chilli-pierced, dry toasted and finely chopped
1 teaspoon.                   Yeast extract
1 tablespoon                 Soft brown sugar
1 tablespoon                 Tamarind concentrate
2 tablespoon                 Demerara sugar
100 ml.                           Water
1 pinch.                           Salt and black pepper
1 cup.                              Vegetable oil


-Deep fried the banana shallot in a small frying pan over medium to high heat until it’s crispy and golden brown in colour. Remove the shallot and put it on the kitchen towel to drain the excess oil.
-In the same pan, place the hard boiled egg and gently  fry until the skin turn golden and the outer layer becomes slightly crispy. Remove and set aside.
-In a small sauce pan , heat 2 tablespoon of oil to medium heat. Put the garlic and chilli , gently fry until the garlic turn golden.
-Add the soft brown sugar , water, light soy sauce, yeast extract , salt , black pepper and Tamarind concentrate. Reduce until the sauce becomes thicken.
-Drizzle the sauce on top on the crispy skin egg. Scatter the fried shallots on top. Serve with fluffy Thai jasmine rice.


-I love the slight jammy egg yolk. Check this link to see how How to cook soft boil egg . However, be gentle when you fry the eggs they are rather fragile.

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