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TEA-STAINED EGGS: For edible version, hard-boil eggs, crack shells lightly, then simmer 40 min in black tea and spices. Refrigerate in tea overnight and then peel eggs. NON-EDIBLE VERSION: Pierce eggshell and blow out white and yolk. Soak overnight in black tea and vinegar, allow to dry, then coat in petroleum jelly.

TEA-STAINED EGGS: For edible version, hard-boil eggs, crack shells lightly, then simmer 40 min in black tea and spices. Refrigerate in tea overnight and then peel eggs. NON-EDIBLE VERSION: Pierce eggshell and blow out white and yolk. Soak overnight in black tea and vinegar, allow to dry, then coat in petroleum jelly.

Cha Ye Dan (Chinese Tea Eggs) | SAVEUR

Chinese Tea Eggs (Cha Ye Dan) Recipe

Cha Ye Dan (Chinese Tea Eggs) | SAVEUR

egg in egg cup | have been trying to get these Chinese tea eggs to come out ...

egg in egg cup | have been trying to get these Chinese tea eggs to come out ...

Chinese tea eggs (recipe developed and photo by me)

Chinese tea eggs (recipe developed and photo by me)

chinese tea eggs  When I was in Shenzhen I ate these every morning! (Except they didn't have cracked shells) So yummy!

Chinese tea eggs

chinese tea eggs When I was in Shenzhen I ate these every morning! (Except they didn't have cracked shells) So yummy!

JELLO ORANGE SKIN SHOTS    I love these!  NEED: 1 Orange 1 Cup of your chosen liqueur 1 Cup of hot water  HOW: Cut an orange (or lemon or lime) in HALF and gut it. To make the jello you will need to stir the hot water, box of jello and your liquor all together until its dissolved. Then pour it into the half shell and refrigerate for 3 hours or more. Once solid, Slice and serve.

JELLO ORANGE SKIN SHOTS I love these! NEED: 1 Orange 1 Cup of your chosen liqueur 1 Cup of hot water HOW: Cut an orange (or lemon or lime) in HALF and gut it. To make the jello you will need to stir the hot water, box of jello and your liquor all together until its dissolved. Then pour it into the half shell and refrigerate for 3 hours or more. Once solid, Slice and serve.

Hoppy First Day of Spring!

Hoppy First Day of Spring!

60 AMAZING Egg Recipes | FamilyFreshCooking.com

60 AMAZING Egg Recipes | FamilyFreshCooking.com

Chinese Tea Eggs Recipe Tips - Tea eggs, also known as marble eggs, are typical Chinese savoury dishes mostly sold as a snack. Learn how to make Chinese tea eggs with our simple recipe.

How to Make Chinese Tea Eggs

Chinese Tea Eggs Recipe Tips - Tea eggs, also known as marble eggs, are typical Chinese savoury dishes mostly sold as a snack. Learn how to make Chinese tea eggs with our simple recipe.

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