Telur Pindang (Marble Eggs). When eggs are cool enough to handle, gently crack the shells with the back of a spoon until the entire shell is a network of cracks, do not peel! Return eggs in the pot; add teabags. Continue to boil until almost all the water has evaporated and eggs are dark brown.
Due to its origins, it bears striking similarities with Chinese tea eggs. However, instead of black tea, this version uses leftover shallot skins, teak leaves or guava. When my daughter saw these eggs for the first time she asked what kind of eggs they were. You can cook Telur Pindang (Marble Eggs) using 6 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Telur Pindang (Marble Eggs)
- It’s 10 of eggs.
- You need 2 of handfull shallot/garlic peel.
- It’s 3 tbs of salt.
- You need 4 tbs of tea leaves.
- You need 3 of Indonesian bay leaves.
- Prepare of Water.
I jokingly answered that they were alien eggs. Thus in my family the name stuck. Angkat telur, siram dng air dingin, diamkan sampai telur dingin. Telur juga sering diolah menjadi hidangan siap santap, seperti telur asin.
Telur Pindang (Marble Eggs) step by step
- Boil eggs with all the ingredients..
- Once it’s up to a boil, reduce heat to low, let simmer for 1,5 hour..
- Turn off heat, let it stay overnight..
- Crack eggs with back of a spoon at places. Heat again for 1,5 hours and let cool..
Selain itu, ada variasi telur siap santap lain, yakni telur pindang. Sebenarnya, telur ini berasal dari Tiongkok. Di sana, telur pindang dikenal dengan nama tea egg atau marble egg. Sebab, warna coklat pada telur ini berasal dari air teh. This will create the marble pattern on the egg when they're done; Put the eggs back into the water in which they were boiled The only correct answer to that question now is to then do what Mama says endlessly: make yourself some Telur Pindang!