Salted Duck Egg Salad

Salted Duck Eggs is not solely Filipino. In fact it originated in China centuries ago. This was probably brought to us by the Chinese merchants who came before the country was colonized by Spain. Salted duck eggs even became a food trend in Asia several years back where it was added to everything imaginable, even potato chips !

We always have salted duck eggs as a side dish with tomatoes added to accompany fried seafood or meat. This is just a fancy version of the salted duck egg and tomato I made before.

This is an easy recipe, you just need to peel and cut the duck eggs into quarters. You can get salted duck eggs in any Asian store by the way. Then get some grape or cherry tomatoes, cut in half. Thinly slice some red or breakfast radish. Arrange everything on a plate then sprinkle some micro greens on top. I also added some mango strips as an after thought. I did’t add any dressing but just a sprinkling of kosher salt since that is what we do. But you can definitely use a combination of lemon and olive oil if you want to dress it.

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