Thursday, April 29, 2010

Non-boiled donabe boiled eggs

Do you know what else you can do with the donabe rice cooker? This is what I like doing often when I make rice with my double-lid donabe rice cooker, "Kamado-san".

I put the raw eggs on the inner lid of the donabe before covering with the top lid. Make sure the wholes are not blocked.

Then, I make the rice just like usual. (15 minutes over medium-high heat.) After turning off the heat, the rice will be rested for 20 minutes with the lids on. Meanwhile, about 10 minutes into the resting time, I just quickly open the top lid and remove the eggs.

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The perfectly cooked boiled eggs are made without boiling! Somehow, they taste better than the regular boiled eggs.

Happy donabe life.