Soy Sauce Eggs (Shoyu Tamago) | Easy Recipes at RasaMalaysia.com via @thekitchn Sauces Eggs, Hardboiled Eggs, Eggs Shoyu, Japanese Soy, Shoyu Tamago, Soy Sauces, Delight Things, September 2012, Hard Boiled Eggs
Shoyu tamago are eggs that have been hard boiled, peeled, and then cooked in heated soy sauce so that the egg white turns brown on the outside and the egg becomes flavored by the soy sauce. They are wonderful as snacks or as an addition to a bento (a traditional Japanese lunch in a box) because they don’t need any additional seasoning
soy sauce and brown sugar salmon marinade. this is similar to my moms soy sauce and maple syrup.
Soy Sauce Chow Mein - made this for lunch and it was scrumptious. I just used one soy sauce, sugar and water for the sauce, canned bean sprouts and a few chives from my garden. It would be heavenly with some cabbage. I also skipped the cooking wine since I didn't have any on hand.
My Chinese New Year recipes continues today with everyone’s favorite Cantonese Soy Sauce Chicken (豉油鸡)—a staple chicken dish commonly found at Chinatown BBQ joints here in the United States and around the world—dark and glossy whole chicken dunked in a soy sauce mix with meat so tender, silky, and juicy that they are one of the must-have’s for Cantonese-style BBQ rice plates.