Steamed Egg Custard | Mother's Day Special Recipes
Cooking Time: 20 min
- 3 large eggs
- 2 ½ cups of water
- 1 teaspoon JOOKJANGYEON PREMIUM SOY SAUCE (GANJANG)
- 1 teaspoon JIN TUNA PREMIUM SEASONING SAUCE
- 1 tablet TRUNAS ONE TABLET NATURAL SEAFOOD STOCK
- 1 tablespoon mirin
- 1 teaspoon rice wine vinegar
- ½ sheet BADASOOP ROASTED GAMTAE
- 4 pieces DRIED WHITE TREE-EAR MUSHROOMS
- 1 scallion
How to Make
Make dashi broth by boiling water, soy sauce, tuna sauce, tablet seafood stock, mirin, rice wine vinegar. Cook until the tablet is fully dissolved. Turn off the fire, and add gamtae to the broth. Whisk to incorporate gamtae into the dashi. Let cool.
Soak the dried mushroom in warm water for about 20 minutes, or until plumped. Squeeze out water.
Crack 3 eggs, and whisk in the dashi broth.
Divide the egg mixture into 4, in a heat-proof dish such as ramekin, and add the mushroom in each portion. Cover individual dishes tightly with a plastic wraps.
Cook the egg custard in a steamer, for about 15 minutes, or until the custard is set and jiggling.
Garnish the custard with a small amount of scallion, and serve as quickly as possible.
About Steamed Egg Custard
Sung Kim, an NYC-based chef and founder of @foodbysung, shares her Steamed Egg Custard recipe with us, using Kim'C Market products. A simple, tasty recipe that is perfect to serve on Mother's Day!
Steamed Egg Custard is a typical homemade food, usually served as breakfast. As it is easy and smooth, people even make it for their kids. You could also add some dried small shrimps to receive calcium.