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  • shanon hernandez

    Japanese Soy Sauce Eggs (Shoyu Tamago) 4 hard boiled eggs 5 tablespoons tamari soy sauce or any soy sauce 1. Pour soy sauce into a 10 inch pan. Heat on medium-high. When the soy sauce starts foaming, reduce heat to medium & add eggs. Roll the eggs around until the eggs are dark brown & soy sauce has been reduced to a thick sludge. 2. Remove eggs, letting extra soy sauce drain off, place on a plate to cool. 3. cool completely, pack into lunches or enjoy as a snack.

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  • Tirzah Enumah

    shoyu tamago: soy sauce or tamari boiled eggs. roll peeled hardboiled eggs in simmering soy sauce or tamari until the liquid is gone. then eat!

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