12 Delicious Salted Duck Egg Recipes
Have you ever tried salted duck eggs? They are quite common in Asia where it is usually added on salads or congee. On its own this thing is barely palatable, unless you can eat something salty straight up, but if its mixed with something else, I can be very delicious. Recently this ingredient has taken some limelight in the foodie world, food manufacturers start using it as a flavour to potato chips and fish skin and it became a big hit, emptying shelves on where they are sold. Since then a lot of dishes started using the salted duck eggs, specifically the yolks as it has that addictive taste that is full of umami but do you know they do exist before in older Asian recipes, it just happens that it became widely accepted when the commercially manufactured junk foods came out.
Now there are many ways to get this flavour, originally you get them from the salted duck eggs as a whole, now you can buy just the yolk alone or even in powdered form, so you don’t feel guilty that you’re throwing the whites out. Like I said on its own its very salty but when mixed with something else, it becomes this creamy, eggy, salty, grainy ingredient that coats anything that it is used on, it’s so addictive, it’s hard to stop, eating them. If you can’t relate to this, I suggest you try those chips or fish skin first, then you will know. I am confident that you will like them as I had tried letting my colleagues and friends who haven’t tried it yet and all of them gave two thumbs up.
Today I will be showcasing 12 Delicious Salted Duck Egg Recipes that we had posted before. I encourage you to try some if not all of them, I am sure you will like something in this list and thank who ever discovered this interesting concoction.
Salted Duck Eggs and Tomato Salad
This is what a salad looks like in the Philippines and it uses not just the yolk, even the egg whites are consumed. Enjoy it with fried or grilled dishes like pork and seafood, they are a match made in heaven.
Tinapa Flakes, Salted Duck Egg and Tomato
As an upgrade of the above, flaked smoked fish is added so you don’t need to grill meats or seafood making this a complete meal, with rice of course.
Salted Duck Egg and Bacon Pasta
Carbonara is so 80’s, this pasta is a better alternative. Who does not love bacon with eggs? and what’s better with that, salted duck eggs of course.
French Beans and Salted Duck Egg Yolks
This is you make French Beans better, just lather it with that salted duck egg yolk sauce.
Stir Fried Squid and Salted Duck Eggs
If squid is not tasty enough for you then why not bathe it in this yolky concoction.
Three Eggs Polunchay
It’s not one, nor two but three eggs on this dish, certainly an egg lover’s dream.
This 12 Delicious Salted Duck Egg Recipes won’t be complete without this on the list, there’s a reason why Filipinos love this, usually served on Christmas day but nowadays every day is Christmas so you can enjoy it anytime of the year.
Salted Egg Yardlong Beans and Scallops
Another great vegetable dish, dish time with scallops and of course that addictive sauce.
Salted Egg Yolk Chicken Wings
What’s better that and fried chicken wing? Of course, fried chicken wing dressed in salted duck egg sauce. This so good so you have been warned.
Salted Egg Prawn
Deep fried popcorns like the ones you see on po boys but this one is one level up. Go on use this in those French Bread or even serve it with rice.
Another pasta dish, this time it’s with smoked fish and chopped salted duck eggs, in a Marinara style sauce of course.
It like your barbecue pork buns but on a smaller scale, topped with salted duck eggs, its everything but delicious.
There you go, the 12 Delicious Salted Duck Egg Recipes for you to try. Most if not all of them are easy to make, do you fancy one of the them? Or do you have a Salted Duck Egg Recipe you want to share. Please let us know through the comment section below.
I miss duck egg yolks (and century eggs!!!). This is a great collection of recipes of salted yolks. I desperately want to try those wings!
Wow, out of the 12 recipes posted I’ve only used salted duck eggs in 1. Thank you for all the other sumptuous recipes, you’ve widen my horizon!
Mabuhay from TX!
Youre much welcome! Keep safe in TX
Thanks so much for all these recipes. I am on a Paleo regime and quite a few of these can be adapted for my needs. I have a dozen duck eggs still in brine for 49 days. Time to use them up.
Should I put them in the fridge now?
Salt is a natural preservative so it can stay really long even if it’s not refrigerated as long as it is hard-boiled first. Not sure how long but I had seen people who have homemade ones store it at room temperature for a month. Just to be on the safe side, once the eggs are boiled, store them in the refrigerator, it will definitely last longer than the ones outside.