Khai Waan (Poached Eggs in Ginger Syrup)


Poached Eggs in Ginger Syrup or Thai call "Khai Waan" It is my lazy day dessert. Why lazy dessert because very simple and easy to cook. You just have an eggs in your freeze and some sugar you can cook even you don't have any ginger also.

INGREDIENTS:
  • 5 eggs (small size)
  • 5 young ginger slices
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 3 cups water
PREPARATION:
  • Combine sugar and water together bring to a boil over medium heat When all the sugar has dissolved, strain and pour back into the pot.
  • Heat the syrup again, add ginger slices and boil until fragrant, then reduce the heat.
  • Break the eggs, one at a time, and gently drop them into the ginger syrup.
  • Boil until the egg white is done, turn the eggs over, and continue boiling for a few minutes.
  • Spoon a poached egg into a serving bowl with some ginger slice and syrup.
  • Serve hot.

3 comments:

foodbin said...

definitely not suitable for people with high cholesterol-are the eggs from free range chicken?-looks more orange than yellow color.

Tan.wiratchada said...

Hi foodbin,
Yes you right but we don't often eat. And this is I using duck eggs that why so colorful. ;) As you know we have many dessert and fruit. And this recipe I never cook for more then 2-3 year ago. Just though to the past. I special like when I was very young.. heheheh...Anyway thank you for stopping in.
Best,
Tan.:)

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

Ohhhhhhhh.... EGGS !!! I love eggs , omelette , sunny-side up , sambal eggs , half-boiled eggs etc... you named it ! My hubby always complained that I ate too much eggs and no good for my health but I simply love eggs so much. Eggs can be cooked in so many ways , amazing isn't it ?