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Posted by Mini, Founder & Owner on
Ok, this dish should be call “steamed eggs,” but that doesn’t sound as yummy.  This is a legit, old-school Korean family food.  Until recently, meat was only for special occasions, so egg dishes were a primary source of protein at the Korean 
table. This was one of my favs as a kid and is still a go-to comfort food. It’s even easier now with the Instant Pot. And if you’re looking for a healthy egg snack/meal, this is great because no oil or fat is used.

The following recipe makes one serving:
Add one inch of water to your Instant Pot. In a microwave/oven proof bowl, mix 2 eggs, 1 spring onions (chopped), salt to taste, ground sesame seed (enough to cover half of the top of the bowl, more if you love sesame) and about 3 tablespoons of water. Mix/whip it with fork so it gets a little foamy. Put the bowl in the Instant Pot and set it on Pressure Cook on high for 8 mins. Warning: when you release the steam, the kitchen will smell like eggs and as with all egg dishes, do not overcook. The eggs should rise (like a souffle), be fully cooked with a lovely silky texture and umami flavor.

And yes, of course, you can eat it with rice. Enjoy! Let me know how it turns out!

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