Tea eggs, along with some of the spices used to make the broth. Photo: Shutterstock Tea eggs, along with some of the spices used to make the broth. Photo: Shutterstock
Tea eggs, along with some of the spices used to make the broth. Photo: Shutterstock
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How Chinese tea eggs get their unique colour and taste

  • Tea eggs are a popular snack across mainland China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia, characterised by dark-brown lines that cross the egg white
  • Making them is a time-consuming process that can take anywhere from a few hours to a whole day

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Tea eggs, along with some of the spices used to make the broth. Photo: Shutterstock Tea eggs, along with some of the spices used to make the broth. Photo: Shutterstock
Tea eggs, along with some of the spices used to make the broth. Photo: Shutterstock
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