Running Yolk Chinese Tea Egg Recipe – Easy and Delicious [茶叶蛋]

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32 Responses

  1. Peter Cox says:

    I will certainly try at the weekend….. Your brine looks much better than the recipe i normally use and soft boiled eggs… Yum…. Thank you.

  2. Jason Smith says:

    Looks tasty, your channel is awesome.

  3. Chris Smirl says:

    You are the Wok Goddess! We will make this tomorrow.

  4. You are a good cook!

  5. Lim Gey Leng says:

    Yeah! Great idea! Thank you so much!

  6. lisa creamer says:

    I will have to try this looks real good thank you

  7. Terry Reid says:

    You are such Sweetie!

  8. CapPanaka says:

    Hi Mandy. Nice video as always. One quick question, though – I don't suppose you can keep those eggs very long in the fridge, correct? How long can you them? 24h? Thanks and keep up the good work. Cheers.

  9. Kelly W. says:

    Hey Mandy! This sounds so good! I'm like you..I like my eggs runny too! Any idea's on how to get the shell off of those stubborn eggs that don't peel? I have used vinegar but it sometimes don't help at all. I know that "fresh" eggs are more apt to be harder to peel but sometimes we don't have older eggs on hand. I know I have heard of another great tip on this but I can't remember it to save my life now!! LOL Any tips?? Thanks for bringing us these delicious dishes…keep them coming! Hugs from Texas!! <3

  10. I love these tea eggs with ramen, especially with the runny yolk. Thanks for the video.

  11. M iA says:

    Great recipe! Thank you so much!

  12. Andrew Craig says:

    M mmmmmmm,
    A lways soft.
    N ice
    D elightful
    Y okes

    Love your recipes.
    I tried them in China from a street seller,
    Your right, rubbery and dry. Luckily beside him a man had roasted corn and next to him someone sold meat on a stick. This is what I love about China, street food everywhere. So many choices.

    Have you ever made this recipe with Ostrich eggs.
    They would look cool, and more soft yolk to enjoy.

    These eggs look so good. I'm going to have them on noodles, thank you. Bye

    Edit: how is this with duck or quail eggs?

  13. Abel Campos says:

    Gracias hermosa lindo vídeo

  14. Kim Barnes says:

    i don't know about this one !?😮

  15. TOM M says:

    Tasty looking Mandy. Best

  16. John Smith says:

    Looks great I will try today
    Hope you are well thanks for always putting me i a good mood with yummi food and a great personality
    if you are still traveling I wish you good and safe travels
    I love how entertaining and easy to follow your videos are
    great job as always

  17. Rary Ghiaru says:

    HIIIII EVIONEEEEEE

  18. hi,,  I was wondering how to make the egg yolk more softer….good tips…I just got back from china my 3 week trip was very good …lots food to try…keep up the good work

  19. ktkclipper says:

    Cooling the liquid with a sealed big bag of ice… Genius! 😱

  20. Hi souped up recipes! I absolutely love love l9ve your channel, I have recently become vegan. Do you have any vegan Chinese recipes? If not could you maybe look into it? I have tried a lot of your food and it's great but now I need vegan. Pleeeeeeaaaaasssseee???

  21. EZEKIEL says:

    can i skip the sichuan pepper corn!?

  22. 12 Volts says:

    thanks. i am going to try this myself.

  23. Ron Jetko says:

    That dish looks yummy.

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