How to Make Chinese Steamed Egg 蒸水蛋

This is the most basic version of Chinese Steamed Egg. Perhaps t's like the Chinese equivalent of Chawanmushi. It's so delicate, elegant looking and most importantly, super easy to make and delicious.

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How to Make Chinese Steamed Egg 蒸水蛋 Recipe
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Prepare all ingredients needed.

Prepare all ingredients needed.

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Crack three eggs into a large bowl.

Crack three eggs into a large bowl.

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Lightly beat eggs and then slowly add in warm water.

Lightly beat eggs and then slowly add in warm water.

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Add seasonings and mix well.

Add seasonings and mix well.

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Strain egg mixture into a shallow heatproof bowl.

Strain egg mixture into a shallow heatproof bowl.

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Cover with heatproof cling wrap.

Cover with heatproof cling wrap.

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Gently place the bowl onto a prepared steamer.

Gently place the bowl onto a prepared steamer.

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Steam over LOW HEAT for 10 minutes, or until set.

Steam over LOW HEAT for 10 minutes, or until set.

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Meanwhile, fry minced garlic till golden brown in oil and set aside.

Meanwhile, fry minced garlic till golden brown in oil and set aside.

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Sprinkle chopped spring onions, fried garlic, light soy sauce over the egg custard and serve hot. Goes so well with hot steamed rice. And we're done!

Sprinkle chopped spring onions, fried garlic, light soy sauce over the egg custard and serve hot. Goes so well with hot steamed rice. And we're done!

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For more details visit us at http://www.huangkitchen.com/chinese-steamed-egg/ There's even a video on this if you're still not sure how to make this. As always, ENJOY!

For more details visit us at www.huangkitchen.com/chinese-… There's even a video on this if you're still not sure how to make this. As always, ENJOY!

Ingredients

300 Milliliters warm water 
3 eggs 
½ Teaspoons salt 
Teaspoons ground white pepper 
Teaspoons chicken stock granules 
1 Teaspoon light soy sauce 
1 Tablespoon fried shallots 
1 Tablespoon chopped spring onions 
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