Century Egg


Century Egg


Century Egg peserved.
This are preserved duck, my mum told me that it soak in horse urine that why it have an ammonia smell but actually it was, the shell is coated with rice husk mix with powered lime and salt cure for several months.

Peel off shell, then quarter or chop the eggs, which have a translucent black albumen and greenish or grayish yolk.

The taste, you must have a strong will to stomach it. It have ammonia smell, but eating with pickle ginger will mask off the ammonia. Some people hate and love it!

Used for cold dish, rice porridge, stir-fried and steam. Sliced and eaten with pickle ginger.

Store in dry cool place can last for months.

century egg

century egg sliced
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