Thrifty & Adorable for Valentine’s Day Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner: Korean Heart-Shaped Eggs (video)
Posted By Vicki McClure Davidson on February 13, 2013
On a frightfully tight budget and can’t afford to go out with your sweetie on Valentine’s Day for dinner?
No worries — give this super-cute and super-cheap Korean heart-shaped fried egg recipe a whirl. These little beauties are easy to make and won’t ravage your food budget.
More economical egg dish recipes are posted here on the Frugal Café main website.
Korean Heart-Shaped Fried Egg
YouTube cook/videographer aeriskitchen produced this cooking how-to video below for a Korean recipe contest. So cute! Using a bit of the saved egg mixture to seal the two halves of the egg heart is brilliant.
These heart-shaped fried eggs are naturally a perfect dish to serve for a Valentine’s Day brunch or dinner (I think they’d also be fabulous as appetizers or buffet finger food at a bridal shower or a Sweet 16, Valentine’s Day, Mothers’ Day, or anniversary party), but loved ones should adore them any time of the year.
- 4 large eggs
- 1 T. green onion
- 1/2 T. carrot, finely chopped
- 1/4 tsp. salt
- Some oil
Korean Heart-Shaped Fried Egg How-to Video
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