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Istockpoga 01-12-2020 08:15 AM

Instant Pot Korean Deviled eggs
 
Guaranteed you never had anything like this.
Hard boiled eggs in the instant pot take five minutes, these hard boiled eggs take two hours.
Pour two cups of water and two teaspoons of salt in your instant pot. Place as many room temperature eggs as you want in one layer on a trivet in the instant pot. Close steam valve and set time for two hours. When done, release steam valve and place eggs into an ice water bath to cool off. Peel eggs while still warm, cut in two and remove the yellows. The long pressure cooking in salted water will turn the egg white to a chestnut brown and give it a nutty flavor.
Place the yellows in a bowl and mash. Per six eggs, add two tsp of Gochujang (Korean chili paste) , two tsp of Dijon type mustard, one tblsp rice vinegar, and one tbsp mayonnaise. Mix the add back into the egg white cavity. Sprinkle with Sesame seeds and devour.
(The Gochujang can be substituted with Sriracha)

andyp262 01-12-2020 07:10 PM

Sounds fun but! Your house and instant pot gasket are going to be incredibly rotten smelling.

Istockpoga 01-13-2020 05:14 AM


Originally Posted by andyp262 (Post 13260853)
Sounds fun but! Your house and instant pot gasket are going to be incredibly rotten smelling.

I spent a good while trying to figure out where you up with that fantasy, then I noticed where you are located and now I understand.
There is no way you will get any unusual odor from fixing this dish any more than the hundreds of thousands of the deviled egg dishes fixed around this country almost every day.
If you know how to use and maintain an instant pot you will not get any odors, no matter what you fix in it.

Bruce1505 01-13-2020 05:21 AM

O p do you mean a pressure cooker ?

andyp262 01-13-2020 05:33 AM


Originally Posted by Istockpoga (Post 13261316)
I spent a good while trying to figure out where you up with that fantasy, then I noticed where you are located and now I understand.
There is no way you will get any unusual odor from fixing this dish any more than the hundreds of thousands of the deviled egg dishes fixed around this country almost every day.
If you know how to use and maintain an instant pot you will not get any odors, no matter what you fix in it.

Nothing to do with geography, sorry to say. Experience mostly. I've overboiled eggs in my instant pot, once. I found the smell nauseating in my house and couldn't get it out of my gasket either For the record, I love eggs, regardless of how they're cooked. We even have our own flock so we never run out of them but maybe we have different eggs north of the Mason Dixon? lol

I will also say, the recipe for the filling sounds delicious and I will probably give it a go with just regular hard boiled eggs. Did I mention I love eggs? Lol

Istockpoga 01-13-2020 06:44 AM


Originally Posted by andyp262 (Post 13261336)
Nothing to do with geography, sorry to say. Experience mostly. I've overboiled eggs in my instant pot, once. I found the smell nauseating in my house and couldn't get it out of my gasket either For the record, I love eggs, regardless of how they're cooked. We even have our own flock so we never run out of them but maybe we have different eggs north of the Mason Dixon? lol

I will also say, the recipe for the filling sounds delicious and I will probably give it a go with just regular hard boiled eggs. Did I mention I love eggs? Lol

If you had a problem with eggs being over boiled in an instant pot there must have been something else wrong besides over boiling. This method is very common and I have used it many times without a problem. https://www.google.com/search?q=inst...hrome&ie=UTF-8
We have our own egg production also and I love eggs fixed in almost every way. I have never experienced any odor problems with this method.

I use the instant pot almost daily, and fix many exotic types of dishes and I have no odor problems with my gaskets. After washing up my IP after a spicy dish I always pour in a half cup of white vinegar, set the pot for two minutes and let it natural release. I then rinse the pot and lid and store the pot with the lid upside down on top of the IP. I have two 6 quart and an 8 quart IP and no odor problems.

andyp262 01-13-2020 08:34 AM

Thanks for the tips. I will definitely give them a try

Istockpoga 01-13-2020 01:47 PM


Originally Posted by Bruce1505 (Post 13261322)
O p do you mean a pressure cooker ?

The IP or instant pot is an electric pressure cooker. A stove top type of pressure cooker will work also if you are familiar with its operation.

peacemon 01-13-2020 02:04 PM


Originally Posted by Istockpoga (Post 13262853)
The IP or instant pot is an electric pressure cooker. A stove top type of pressure cooker will work also if you are familiar with its operation.

I think he's just shocked that you cook anything in the pressure for 2 hours.:o I would think there'd be nothing left. Are you on the low,med,or high pressure setting?

BobbyBlackBeard78 01-14-2020 03:39 AM


Originally Posted by andyp262 (Post 13261336)
I've overboiled eggs in my instant pot, once. I found the smell nauseating in my house and couldn't get it out of my gasket either

maybe they were rotten eggs?

jcbcpa 01-14-2020 07:04 AM


Originally Posted by peacemon (Post 13262910)
I think he's just shocked that you cook anything in the pressure for 2 hours.:o I would think there'd be nothing left. Are you on the low,med,or high pressure setting?

I think he just made a mistake. It doesn't take 2 hours to do boiled eggs in the instapot. Actually, he said in 5 minutes in the second sentence of the post.

Istockpoga 01-14-2020 07:56 AM


Originally Posted by jcbcpa (Post 13264783)
I think he just made a mistake. It doesn't take 2 hours to do boiled eggs in the instapot. Actually, he said in 5 minutes in the second sentence of the post.

Not a mistake, regular boiled eggs take 5 minutes, these eggs take two hours. It is what makes them special. Look at the links I posted in post #5 it even has videos.

jcbcpa 01-15-2020 04:44 AM


Originally Posted by Istockpoga (Post 13264970)
Not a mistake, regular boiled eggs take 5 minutes, these eggs take two hours. It is what makes them special. Look at the links I posted in post #5 it even has videos.

Well damn! Sorry, I should read before opening my mouth. lol. I stand corrected.

tomd2470 03-04-2020 09:21 PM

Made some eggs this way today. The taste is different for sure. Have three more to eat I will see how they are. Not a bad taste just different.

purringchildren 03-05-2020 02:11 AM

I never heard of that before. Is there an alternative for Gochujang?

Istockpoga 03-09-2020 12:31 PM


Originally Posted by purringchildren (Post 13414236)
I never heard of that before. Is there an alternative for Gochujang?

Sriracha will work.


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