Keto Recipe: Korean ‘drug’ eggs (Mayak Eggs) keto recipe (Recipe in comments)

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  1. This Korean egg dish is very easy to make and can be keto friendly! ? Wanted to share here.

    For this recipe, use coconut aminos instead of soy sauce (in normal recipe) to make it Keto friendly.

    # Mayak Eggs – Korean ‘Drug’ Eggs

    # ? Ingredients:

    * 6 boiled eggs (boil for 6 – 8 mins)
    * 1/2 cup coconut aminos
    * 1/2 cup water
    * thai chilis (adjust based on desired spice level)
    * 3 garlic cloves, chopped
    * 3 green onions, chopped
    * 1 tbsp sesame seed

    # Instructions

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    1. In a pot of water, add salt and vinegar. Then, bring it to a boil before adding 6 large eggs into the pot. To make your mayak eggs soft-boiled, cook for 6 minutes. To make them hard-boiled, cook for up to 10 minutes.
    2. Next, put them into an ice water bath and let them cool for at least 10 minutes. After they have cooled completely, peel them carefully and store them in an air-tight container.
    3. In a separate container, mix coconut amino and water. Then, add garlic, green onions, chillies and sesame seeds. Stir the mixture well.
    4. After everything is evenly mixed, pour the marinade mixture all over the eggs. Refrigerate them overnight (or at least for 6 hours).
    5. Garnish the dish as you please and serve.

    Original recipe, source: [https://www.honestfoodtalks.com/mayak-eggs-soy-sauce-korean/](https://www.honestfoodtalks.com/mayak-eggs-soy-sauce-korean/)

  2. Yum! Thank you for this. Pre-keto I always made ramen eggs so this sounds awesome to me.

  3. Assuming that picture is not the actual dish with the rice? You substituting with Shirataki rice or Cauliflour? Or is there a rice out there that’s keto friendly I haven’t heard of?

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