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Chinese Steamed Egg - How to make silky egg custard | The Worktop

Chinese Steamed Egg (also known as Chinese Steamed Egg Custard) is a healthy breakfast. Learn how steam eggs Chinese style, as well as useful tips and tricks. This is an easy recipe that takes 15 minutes to make, and is a unique way to have steamed eggs for breakfast.

Lisa Freiberg
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Microwave-Steamed Eggs Recipe

The reward for this delightful steamed egg dish, smooth and savory, will seem much too high for the effort. Reminiscent of Chinese zheng shui dan, Japanese chawanmushi and Korean gyeran jjim, this streamlined recipe cooks entirely in the microwave. The key to that perfect, soft-set wibble-wobble texture (think silken tofu) is using your microwave at around 500 watts — or half its power on a 1,000-watt machine. This lower heat lets the eggs and broth steam together gently until they cohere…

Jack Eidson
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Chinese Steamed Eggs - 20 Minutes ONLY! - Tiffy Cooks

Here is a 20-minute, super easy, healthy, and affordable dinner! Chinese Steamed Eggs – a childhood dish that requires only two simple ingredients, eggs, and water. A simple yet delicious savory sauce is drizzled all over the perfectly steamed velvety eggs. Chinese Steamed Eggs are delicate, healthy, delicious, and incredibly easy to make. Give Chinese Steamed Eggs a try, and I promise it will also be your household favorite dish as well! Oh, and it’s vegetarian-friendly too!

Carline Riley