Smoked egg is a food that involves the smoking of eggs and fish eggs. Smoked eggs can be prepared with hard boiled eggs that are then smoked, or by smoking uncooked eggs in their shells. Additionally, smoked egg has been defined as a type of hors d'oeuvre of hard boiled eggs that are shelled, marinated and then smoked.
Some caviars that are sometimes smoked include cod roe, which is common in Norway, mullet roe and sturgeon roe. Another product is smoked-egg liquor, which can be derived from raw frozen salmon roe.
Smoked eggs can be made into smoked egg pâté, which is a dish in Jewish cuisine. Additional dishes and foods prepared from smoked eggs are egg salad, vinaigrette dressing and dips Some versions of niçoise salad use a smoked egg foam as an ingredient. Purées prepared with smoked egg have been used to enhance the flavor of various dishes.
In Chinese cuisine
In China, smoked egg sausages have been developed.
Tea-smoked eggs are a type that are produced and consumed in China and other areas of the world. This food does not involve smoking. Rather, hard boiled eggs are cracked and cooked in various teas and spices.
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