Son-in-law Eggs - Kai Loog Keuy ไข่ลูกเขย

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A funny name for a dish but this is the favorite among kids. Just about every Thai mother has made son-in-law eggs for her kids.

Boiled eggs are fried until golden brown and served with sweet and sour sauce. Son-in-law Eggs have all the Thai flavors: sweet and sour, with or without heat. For the adult version, fried chili peppers are served on the side.

4 Servings, Prep Time: 25 Minutes, Total Time: 25 Minutes

Tips and Techniques

  • A great way of using leftover boiled eggs, especially after Easter.
  • When boil the eggs, use cold water.  Adding hot water to the uncooked eggs will crack the shell. 
  • Older eggs will be easier to peel. 
  • You can frying shallots in microwave or buy the pre-made one.
  • Cane sugar is a great substitute for palm sugar. When you're dealing with natural ingredients like palm sugar and tamarind, the concentration and strength will vary. Do not adhere to the recipe strictly, but use it as a guide. Even different fish sauce will have different salt content.
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