Friday, July 22, 2005

Sam Wong Than

As the name depicts the recipe, sam in cantonese for 3. Therefore this recipe has 3 types of eggs.

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3 large eggs
2 hard boiled salted eggs
2 century eggs
300 ml water


1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp soya sauce
1 tbsp of Hua Tiau(chinese cooking wine)
1/4 tsp white pepper
1/2 tbsp of sesame oil


Sprigs of cilantro
1 tbsp of garlic oil


Diced the salted eggs and century eggs and put it in a greased 5" x 7" aluminium foil container.

Beat the eggs and add in seasonings, add in the water and strain into the foil container.

Bring steamer to a boil and turn fire low to simmer. Steamer the eggs until cooked.(there should be no liquid egg when a knife is pierced in the middle).

Seerve hot with garnishings.



SteamyKitchen said...

Perfect timing, I just bought a package of salty eggs and century eggs yesterday!

MonsterEat said...

Hi! Do I have to modify the recipe if I use a glass bowl instead of an aluminium foil container? Thanks!

lilyng said...


no modification, just remember, cook in low hear/fire and check for doneness. patience is rewarding.

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