Taiwanese Tea Egg
Taiwanese Tea eggs are typically served at 7-11 convenience stores as a snack. The tea eggs are hard-boiled, cracked and then boiled again with tea and spices. This is a slightly different recipe, which results in a soft-boil tea egg. They don't replicate the exact childhood memories, but they are far tastier.
Rotisserie Chicken Stock
Apart from being extremely convenient, rotisserie chicken has more to give than delicious white and dark meat. For th...
Papas arrugadas, or wrinkly potatoes, is a way of cooking potatoes. It is a dish characteristic of the Canary Island. The method of cooking consists of boiling the potatoes, skin on, with a lot of salt. Once the potato is cooked and the water is drained, a small crust of salt will appear over the potato skin.