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Comfort Egg-based Dishes To Try

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An egg is essential in our healthy diet as a source of protein. It is tasteful land affordable to get in grocery stores when you are hungry. Recently many baked goods or desserts complied or launched online that you can choose from whenever you like to eat some egg-focused dishes as comfort foods. Today, let me share some tasteful Comfort Egg-based dishes to try at home.

Comfort egg-based dishes are easy to prepare and always available in food stalls in many Asian countries like Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, etc. Aside from that, you can also make your DIY food recipe using eggs in a short period. As for my love for cooking and trying out unique dishes, Get it started!

Comfort Egg-based Dishes To Try


Eggettes are originated in Hongkong, the most classic street food, also popular in Macau. It was known as bubbly waffles made of egg yolks, custard powder, fresh milk, etc. It is often eat in a warm state. Despite that, it can be refrigerated to thicken and have a crispy texture before putting in a waffle pan. 

You could see this anywhere in Hongkong & Macau, as the favorite waffle snacks of many food lovers and frequent travelers.

Gyeranjjim/Korean-steamed-eggs (계란찜)

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Gyeranjjim (계란찜) is a popular Korean side dish, a savory Korean steamed egg dish. Gyeran (계란) means eggs, in the Korean language while Jjim (찜) came from the Korean word dalgyal (달걀,) also means eggs often used in formal settings. It is often dining as a side dish in Samgyupsal & any other Korean restaurants served in small stone pot ttukbaegi (뚝배기)Click here to know the basic recipe.


Shakshuka is an unexpectedly popular dish originally from Ottoman, North Africa, and the Middle East. Often served during breakfast, lunch, and dinner in Africa. However, best to eat during breakfast with tomato sauce. Aside from that, it is considered a vegetarian dish, a simple combination of simmering tomatoes, onions, garlic, spices, and poached eggs.

You could add other optional flavors to spice up a bit the taste with cumin powder, goat cheese, and many more of your choice.

Chawanmushi (茶碗蒸し)

A Japanese custard hot appetizer. It came from the Japanese word, “Chawan,” which means teacup or rice bowl, “Mushi,” which means steamed. Despite being known as an egg dish, It has other ingredients includes chicken breast, salt, sake, soy sauce, pawns, fresh eggs, and shiitake mushrooms you could add for options. 

One of the rare traditional Japanese food that you could eat with a spoon, not chopsticks. The original recipe is like this, Japanese steamed egg custard that consists of ginkgo nuts, shiitake mushrooms, kamaboko (Japanese fish cake), and an egg mixture flavored with dashi, soy sauce, and mirin. 


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As we all know, Soufflé is the most popular one. Souffle is the most flavorful for all bakers out there. It is a baked egg-based dish from France. Many French people eat in any of the days and even in bakery shops or cafe restaurants in France just like macaroons. 

Soufflé is the past participle of the French verb soufflér means to breathe, inflate and puff. Some recommended Soufflé recipes for you to try: Classic Cheese Soufflé, Pistachio Soufflé with pistachio cream & Chocolate soufflé with hot chocolate sauce.



Eggs are the most common ingredients in every food we taste, cook, and served at the dining table. In addition, choosing comfort egg-based recipes, is also vital when it comes to cooking and having your DIY meal. Have a driven goal why you choose, an egg to add to your proper diet and health.

 Eggs are good for you. 

It gives us more vitamins and nutrients. Be processed, organic and nutritious, omega-three eggs, etc. Proper diet is the most important. Also, Moderation is the key when eating eggs. Too much is not good as well, unbalanced ingredients for your comfort egg-based recipes.

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