2017 Chen Yuan Hao gushu dragon eggs.
I am looking for serious puheads who would be willing to really assess one or two of these. It's quite unique that CYH would do this, however they seem to do more than I originally thought as only a few things have light shed on in the west like some gushu ripe cakes and other odd things... Anyways, this wouldn't be free but it would help everyone get a few honest opinions on these prior to my decision to try and add them to the shop so others could try.
I just got this in and I have no opinion regarding the tea yet. The presentation is great and the price is really yet to be known, but I'm highly excited about this!
We were too lazy to cook but didn't feel like going out for lunch either 😅 So a delivery was perfect 😉 I ordered this 'Braised Pork Belly Rice' from a new restaurant seemed to be specialized in Taiwanese cuisine that we never tried before and it was delicious!😋 Will definitely try out more from them next time 😘
I finally made them myself! These homemade Chinese tea eggs came out just as delicious and beautiful as the restaurant's 🤗 Recipe below 👇
Fresh eggs 6-12
Star anise (2)
Cinnamon stick (1)
Black peppercorn (1 tsp)
Hot pepper flakes or cayenne powder (1tsp) *optional
Whole garlic cloves (4)
Cumin powder (2 tsp)
Salt (1 tsp)
Water (6 cups or enough to cover eggs)
Soy sauce (1 cup)
Rock sugar or brown sugar (1tbsp)
Black tea (2 tea bags)
Oolong tea (1 tea bag)
1) Place eggs in pot, add water to cover eggs, add 1 tsp of salt
2) Boil eggs for 5 min
3) Take eggs out and cool under cold running water
4) Tap cracks into shell using back of spoon (more the prettier!)
5) Place eggs back in the pot with rest of the ingredients and lightly boil on medium high for 20 min
6) Reduce to a low simmer for one hour, cool, then peel off shell and enjoy! Keep leftovers stored in broth and unpeeled.
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