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Pocket Eggs with Soy-Sesame Sauce

July/August 2007

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In Wuhan, this is a common way of cooking eggs, which were hard to come by during the Chinese Cultural Revolution, when food was tightly rationed. Serve warm over rice or noodles.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Awesome, ready in minutes as well, a great weeknight meal. The black sesame seeds are great, I'll definitely try them in other dishes now. "
Pocket Eggs with Soy-Sesame Sauce

5 Reviews for Pocket Eggs with Soy-Sesame Sauce

06/02/2013
Anonymous

Just made it this morning. It was great! I had to substitute the rice vinegar and sesame seeds, and I omitted the scallions. I reduced the soy sauce amount for two eggs, and it was perfect! Served over rice, you cannot go wrong. I'll try it over rice noodles next time.

Easy, different taste
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10/22/2012
Anonymous
Very yummy

Way to much soy sauce even in half for two eggs best served over rice or even a deep fried rice patties like when they make sushi pizza mmm "deep fry in coconut oil :)"

Great flavours
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01/05/2012
Anonymous
Tasty Easy Eggs

Didn't have blac seasame seeds so I used regular; came out great! I had the eggs on multigrain toast with a slice of tomato and some cilantro... yum!

fast and easy, deliscious!
pocket eggs on toast
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11/19/2010
I bet you never thought of putting these ingredients together!

This recipes is one of my favorites. Never in a million years would I have thought of frying an egg crusted with sesame seeds then dousing it with soy sauce. But it totally works.

It’s so easy and packed with flavor. I like to fry it so that the whites are set but the yolk is still a little runny in the middle.
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11/08/2009
Anonymous

Awesome, ready in minutes as well, a great weeknight meal. The black sesame seeds are great, I'll definitely try them in other dishes now.

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