(1) The Gahos Maimoni rules that if the outside was salted and not the inside, it is forbidden. The Beis Yosef disagrees. If the inside was salted and not the outside, everyone agrees that it is permitted because the fire will draw out all the blood from the outside. The Rahsal writes that the only case they should be forbidden is when the outside was salted without completing the required salting time, and the inside wasn’t, making only the inside forbidden. We can’t say “as it absorbed, so will it release" regarding the inside because it is not on the fire.
(2) It is not comparable to a case of meat that was salted and fell into tzir causing it to become forbidden because over there the release was quite some time after the absorption. Our case here is when it was released immediately upon absorption.
(3) And washed.
(4) It can not release even the inner blood of the outside piece. It should not even be permitted post facto.
(5) Meaning that anything with meat and eggs as a stuffing must receive a complete salting, each piece on its own as would be done in preparation for cooking.