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How to make Salted Eggs (Itlog Maalat)

By pinoyfarmer | August 13, 2008
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Eggs with fissures are sold as fresh duck eggs. Eggs with thin shells but have no cracks are made into salted red eggs. Dip eggs in a mixture of salt, garden soil, and water.

As a starter, put 3 canfulls of salt (using common powdered milk can) to ½ pail of garden soil that have been strained. Add water gradually. Stop adding water to soil when mixture sticks to your fingers when you dip these in the salty muck. Coat eggs with soil-salt mixture and store for 18 days. On the 19th day, wash and hard-boil the eggs.

Finally, dip salted eggs in a solution or red dye. The next batch of eggs can be processed using the previous mixture, but add one canful of salt. Eggs are stored in a box measuring 14 x 14 x 21 inches.

Source: http://ldc.da.gov.ph
Photo courtesy of: http://learuther.blogspot.com

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2 Responses to “How to make Salted Eggs (Itlog Maalat)”

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  2. Jud Says:
    June 9th, 2011 at 6:22 am

    Hi! Is there expiry date/days for this salted eggs after they been processed?
    Thanks

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