Tea egg



noun

in Chinese cuisine, a slightly cracked egg hard-boiled in tea to produce a marbled effect
Examples

After the first boiling, when the insides are harder, the shell of each tea egg is lightly cracked without peeling. The eggs are boiled again for more flavor and color.
Word Origin

1920

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