How to: Korean Steamed Eggs!

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Daniel reveals you cook eggs in a new method. This dish is perfect for a healthy and healthy breakfast. Served together with a bowl of hot rice, it is a standard for Korean households. Attempt it out and let us know what you believe in the comments listed below.

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42 Comments

  1. Hell yeah!! I didn’t know it was that easy! I’ll have to make it when I also have my KBBQ party at home! 🙂

    1. Yea, it’s so simple. I did a very easy one in a previous video, but this is the proper way to do it. If you put this out at KBBQ party, I think you will get a (Korean’s) nod of approval – ha!

    1. Future Neighbor india really loves south korea thanks for the recipe its yum

    2. I haven’t tried yet but I want to know whether I should put some salt or not.

    1. 5 eggs is more than a light breakfast for most people. It’s a smelly breakfast for whoever is sitting next to you for the next 2 hours.

    2. @Nicholas Byram 0:17 he clearly states, “this is serving size for two.” It shouldn’t be smelly if you brush your teeth afterwards.

  2. Good morning Neighbors! If you want to make a 1-person portion – you can use two eggs, mix it in a bowl and pop in the microwave! Not as sexy of a presentation but makes it much simpler. Here is the video walk-thru of how to do it. Skip to 2:58 in the video (https://youtu.be/9XDictVhfUc?t=2m58s)

    1. kakachi uchitake yea but that amount of water would negate the saltiness of the fish sauce.

    2. Future Neighbor i like the way u cook!so many vegetables !i like ur korean soup 순대구 can u share this recipe?

    1. Yo Bruce! There is a one person version also! I linked to it at the top of the comments. Try it out with a microwave and if you like the taste/texture, try it out the fam 😉

  3. I made this when I got home from work tonight because all I have in the fridge is eggs, soy sauce and some frozen spring onions… this was delicious, thank you for sharing your recipe!

    1. @SCBJQ I share these sentiments about spring onions – one of my favorite seasoning: tons of suggestions here about them, thanks. My friend just blends them up with fresh basil and freezes them in small amounts.

    2. @One D Only shut the f..ck up .stupid ..you have no idea about how to keep food fresh if you live alone or if you don’t have time …so …shut the f……:ck up ..and learn 👎👎

    3. @simohamed benmaach
      Actually everyone agrees with me. They just using a cup of water instead of a planter.

    4. So you skipped the fish sauce? How much soy sauce did you use? And did you cook the whole 5 eggs or reduce?

  4. I really want to try making this. I had my first steamed egg the other weekend and it was delicious!

  5. I love how healthy it is without having to actually fry it with oil. Gonna have to try this soon! I’m glad I found your channel. I’m gaining so much weight and now I’m just over weight😔

    Thanks for the video!

  6. I’ve been trying to go oil free, gritting my teeth. I love this! Now I steam my veggies a bit then add my scrabbled eggs. Love it! You saved my teeth 😂.

  7. I just made this for breakfast and it so perfect! Light and filling. Thank you!

  8. i just made this and i’m very impressed with how good it is. i’m also recovering from a bad case of indigestion and i really needed this, thank you for sharing!

  9. Been making this after the video, the only change is that i use a small deep pan and instead of plain water or broth i use the sauce left from making “cá kho”. Very quick and easy and delicious, thank you very much.

  10. thank you for this recipe! i just tried it this morning and it was yummy! my daughter loves it as well!

  11. When you showed the edited version at the beginning to introduce the video, I was like, “wait, that’s it?” – then you elaborated. Looks healthy. I’ll try it without the rice. Thanks for sharing.

  12. I knew this recipe was going to bomb my mouth and stomach!! It was so simple and yummy. Couldn’t get enough of this good recipe 😋

  13. Looks yummy! It reminds me of how fluffy the eggs get in a tomato & egg stir-fry 😋

  14. Made this for the first time today. Amazing! Thank you so much for sharing these recipes.

  15. i tried this for my dinner yesterday! i added carrots and enoki. it made me full even without rice. thank you for the recipe😊

  16. Thank you so much, I made it exactly the way you showed it, and it was absolutely delicious and presentation was amazing!!!!!!! Thnk you I love love all of your recipes. I just bought a stone pot and am so happy to be able to make my korean recipes.

  17. It’s so good. I love making this, and come back and rewatch whenever I want to make it. Thanks for sharing.

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