in Chinese cuisine, a slightly cracked egg hard-boiled in tea to produce a marbled effect
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.
noun 1. the plant family Theaceae, characterized by shrubs and trees having simple, alternate leaves, often showy flowers, and capsular, berrylike, or dry fruit, and including the camellia, franklinia, and tea.
noun 1. Weldon John [wel-dn] /ˈwɛl dn/ (Show IPA), (“Jack”) 1905–64, U.S. jazz trombonist and singer.
noun 1. a tea plantation. noun 1. an open-air restaurant that serves tea and light refreshments 2. a tea plantation
1. teacher. tchr. teacher