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Rating Egg Dishes Around The World (5 Countries)

  • Published on Mar 21, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • How do 5 countries around the world cook their eggs? Let's find out!
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Comments • 847

  • Shiga2714
    Shiga2714 6 months ago +1825

    As a Chinese American, I absolutely appreciate how you demystified the bad stereotypes around a very tradional egg dish that's usually just used for clickbait on the internet. You made the congee super well too. Color me impressed and my heart warmed.

    • Angry Penguin Youtube
      Angry Penguin Youtube 2 months ago

      @fortnite balls Man, I love Chinese food, like give me a plate of fried rice, THAT STUFF IS GONE

    • Nishiki
      Nishiki 2 months ago

      @rookies yo that’s racist tho

    • Mari stan
      Mari stan 2 months ago

      Wait Ur in 🇹🇼taywan?

    • ට ហ į
      ට ហ į 2 months ago +1

      @rookies bruh said Japen people for correction, Japanese.
      Also 💀🤓🤓

    • Power Plays
      Power Plays 2 months ago

      @fortnite balls frick you

  • King King
    King King 6 months ago +939

    Love your attitude towards unique foods from different cultures. It’s curious and respectful. Thankyou

    • Grammar Police
      Grammar Police 4 months ago

      @t No one said it though.

    • t
      t 4 months ago

      @Grammar Police you literally pointed out what everyone was tryna say

    • Grammar Police
      Grammar Police 6 months ago +9

      I usually hate comments that appreciate people (no hate) but there are just too many, you don’t get any jokes, this on on the other hand.. it’s different, I like it, I points out something that is easy to notice, but not many people care, this… is a comment that I like.

    • ibrahim ismail
      ibrahim ismail 6 months ago +1

      No kultshur appropriation omg no no

  • Mayo Thrill
    Mayo Thrill 6 months ago +479

    For the century egg, I also love to pair it with fire roasted green chili oil, garlic, soy sauce, black vinegar and a sprinkle of sugar. It’s my simplified version of 擂椒皮蛋 (lei jiao pi dan), a truly delightful side dish that is loved by many of us in China :)

    • Shuhua
      Shuhua 2 months ago

      I only eat 皮蛋跟酱油 and why the hell are we speaking Chinese-English

    • Name
      Name 6 months ago +5

      I like eating it in three ways, just the egg, 皮蛋瘦肉粥(century egg pork congee), and 麻辣皮蛋(spicy century egg)

    • Macroni
      Macroni 6 months ago +3

      I have never had it before but all this makes me look forward to it in tthe future even more

    • Hamza Rauf
      Hamza Rauf 6 months ago +4

      Sounds firey. I love it

    • Derek Weix
      Derek Weix 6 months ago +18

      皮蛋豆腐 is also really good. It pairs great with silken tofu and some chili crisp.

  • Neko Productions
    Neko Productions 6 months ago +456

    THANK YOU for not being so judgmental of century eggs. They're one of my favorite things to casually eat. Great video :)

    • cricketandgraham
      cricketandgraham 3 months ago +2

      I'm american. Century eggs are pretty interesting, plus I'd consider trying it. It sounds a little strange, but I don't doubt it's good.

    • ToneArt
      ToneArt 3 months ago +2

      yeah, they've really suffered from the lack of global awareness of american youtubers

    • Ayden Lim
      Ayden Lim 4 months ago

      they are nice but dont think its for me, its a bit too sweet mixed with sth else

    • Airarin Uzu153
      Airarin Uzu153 4 months ago +1

      It is called "Telur Asin" In Indonesia. And It is commonly sold here. But it didn't use Coal and salt instead it used sand and salt to burry it for some weeks. So the colour is a bit different

    • Forest
      Forest 4 months ago +4

      @Straßenmusikant they are pretty nice (i dislike the yolk tho). the white is like a bit like “jelly” and has not much taste, the smell may be a bit “bad” but the egg when eating with other stuff is yummy.

  • C C
    C C 6 months ago +362

    Century egg is my comfort food :) . For breakfast in Hong Kong, we usually boil it with sliced pork, green onions and congee. It definitely tasts 10/10!😋

    • Rapatar
      Rapatar 4 months ago

      Bro only 00.1% of people like this

    • Ian Robloxian Gaming
      Ian Robloxian Gaming 4 months ago

      Oh yeah I know this I'm Chinese Malaysian so I don't quite know how to speak Chinese but I had one of these before they taste so goood!

    • 聖經希
      聖經希 5 months ago +1

      @ƝᓮᗩƝᗪᖇᗩ しᗩↁᕮ⟆ ur making stereotype question just stop ok

    • Freezi
      Freezi 5 months ago +4

      @ƝᓮᗩƝᗪᖇᗩ しᗩↁᕮ⟆ and what made you think that this question is appropriate?Personally as a Hong Konger I feel kind of offended

    • Freezi
      Freezi 5 months ago +1

      @Askov TK facts no printer.

  • Adra
    Adra 3 months ago +10

    I'm Chinese Malaysian and as soon as the century egg portion showed up I was so ready for the typical "white man eats foreign food without proper preparation and overacts for camera" bit that always shows up on youtube. The way he did it was so heartwarming and respectful and his century egg porridge looked delicious too. Love love love this content

  • Ryker 👑🎗
    Ryker 👑🎗 3 months ago +68

    I LOVE IT HOW YOU ACTUALLY TOOK RESEARCH INTO THE CENTERY EGG, Finally someone that doesn't think that it's bad due to how they don't know how to use it

  • Man Well
    Man Well 5 months ago +36

    Another type of egg that's popular in East Asia is the salted egg. It's usually eaten hard-boiled or integrated into other dishes like char kway teow (fried flat rice noodles) and seafood like squid and crab to give them a creamy texture. There are even salted egg flavored snacks

    • ѧֆһ & ıẓẓʏ
      ѧֆһ & ıẓẓʏ 16 days ago +2

      Salted egg is the best

    • borg
      borg 3 months ago +3

      I love them I usually eat them with porridge

  • Whiteshard
    Whiteshard 6 months ago +153

    For poaching, try using something like a sauce pan. The water should be a bit deeper and if you're doing only one egg, you could try stirring the water a little before adding the egg..

    • Blaz
      Blaz 6 months ago +3

      Agree, but when you eat 4 eggs per meal, cooking each one individually just takes too long... I slowly add them into the water so that there is a layer already in there on which you deposit the rest of the egg. Hope this makes sense, haha. It works a bit better than dropping them in fast.

    • hyukleberry
      hyukleberry 6 months ago +12

      My teacher said adding vinegar and making a little "whirlpool" when adding the egg works like a charm

  • Alexia Young
    Alexia Young 6 months ago +69

    I didn't know the century egg had so much controversy surrounding it. I always try to stay open to foods even ones I previously didn't like. It's weird people aren't giving it a chance

    • Elaina Synranelt [1st Apostle of Mumei]
      Elaina Synranelt [1st Apostle of Mumei] 5 months ago +5

      Bacon that’s a stereotype and it’s not as common as people make it out to be

    • Lonewoof
      Lonewoof 5 months ago +5

      Bacon no they don't?

    • loomvi
      loomvi 5 months ago +17

      Bacon Okay but is a century egg either of those? No, it's literally an egg

  • Oliver Sotir
    Oliver Sotir 6 months ago +18

    I love that you went along with the whole "Cooked until It's cooked" meme and made it into a staple on the channel. Saw some of your shorts and stuck around because of the simplicity and because of your Around the world videos. Love these kind of channels, you deserve more subs.

    • Oliver Sotir
      Oliver Sotir 6 months ago

      0:40 I visibly cringed at the guy putting a fork in a non-stick pan. Why do some chefs do this, stop it. Get some help. Or use wooden utenstils if you really want to do that like chopsticks. You can only do that on Ironcast.

  • silhoutte81
    silhoutte81 6 months ago +33

    There's Oyster omlette in Singapore 🇸🇬 and Malaysia 🇲🇾. It's a localized Chinese egg dish. 😊

    • silhoutte81
      silhoutte81 5 months ago +2

      @Knights of Gaming 2016I love Oyster Omlette from all parts of Malaysia and Singapore 😊😊

    • Knights of Gaming 2016
      Knights of Gaming 2016 5 months ago +2

      As a Malaysian, it's been a while since I've had that oyster omelette dish. I remember having that whenever my relatives visit Penang. The nostalgia...

  • CarlDaGreat
    CarlDaGreat 3 months ago +7

    I personally sometimes just eat the black egg with rice but I like how you brought some positivity to it! I personally like them as a thing to put in other dishes and I get a bit irritated seeing people just shoving an entire one down their throat, saying it is disgusting

  • Laitmoutif
    Laitmoutif 6 months ago +37

    Enjoyed this! I tried century eggs with pickled ginger. You might like to consider the Singaporean-style half-boiled eggs and kaya toast:)

  • Mahmuuuu
    Mahmuuuu 6 months ago +36

    You should definitely try out "dim er Korma", an egg dish from Bangladesh. Its mainly enjoyed with steamed rice!!!

  • - Tinyang
    - Tinyang 6 months ago +27

    I think for the century eggs conjee you want to cut it into smaller sizes and let it simmer in the pot for a while. Century eggs can also be enjoyed as a cold side dish with all kinds of condiments (vinegar, soy sauce, diced garlic and scallion, sesame oil). It is said that the egg itself is alkaline and the acid in the vinegar helps cut it and make the egg taste better

  • Daemon Rayge
    Daemon Rayge 5 months ago +9

    You were missing the pork from that congee. Cooking some minced or ground pork in the congee with the century egg. An absolute classic.

  • Creatro Tera
    Creatro Tera Month ago

    As a Chinese person, I must say, colour me impressed by how you approached Century egg! Good job on that delicious congee! Can't wait to see more videos

  • Gabriel V-XIX
    Gabriel V-XIX Month ago

    For tamagoyaki, it's important to push the egg to the other side of the pan after rolling, so that you can keep rolling in the same direction rather than alternating directions. And the square pan definitely helps lol

    OLE COL MONK 3 months ago +3

    as a north african your opinion is appreciated about shakshuka, I'm from algeria and and differs from each country, Egyptian shakshuka is my favourite aswell.

  • - RiO -
    - RiO - 6 months ago +12

    Eggs are such a culturally diverse and amazing food, as is your channel 🙌

  • Petal Elfwitch
    Petal Elfwitch 3 months ago

    you have no clue how happy i am about your attitude toward other cultures. you dont go in judgemental or anything, ur attitudes rlly rlly respectful :))

  • Cryptwalker
    Cryptwalker Month ago

    a fun egg dish that i think is mainly a chinese-american thing is egg foo young. it's basically a little round omelette that's crispy on the edges with meat, onion, and peppers topped with beef or chicken gravy flavored with soy sauce, mirin, and oyster sauce. it's really good if it's done right.

  • Nathan Comparet
    Nathan Comparet 6 months ago +11

    When you talked about egg dishes, I didn't even think about omelette as I thought it was a worldwide thing 😂
    So now I know omelette is French !

  • Nyle
    Nyle 3 months ago

    I'll apologise in advance if I did misspell it, but I absolutely adore eating congee. Especially with the century old egg. Thank you for trying this out

  • Rouge88
    Rouge88 6 months ago +21

    I love your Tamago-yaki but if you want fast cheap and any Japanese egg soul food, please try the "Tamago kake gohan" also called "TKG" in Japan. It's just Hot rice and "raw" egg and soysauce. It might sound weird but I asure you It's tasty.You can add anything you like to make your own taste and variant, I like to put butter and some bonito flakes. I want to see how you would create your own "TKG".

  • Sam Smith
    Sam Smith 4 months ago +1

    As a North African, Shakshouka is one of my favorite dishes and you made it just right

  • 樺素Annalise
    樺素Annalise 4 months ago

    One of the ways I love eating the Century Egg is to cut them in half and then slice them into thin slices, pair them with tofu and soy sauce. It's a cold dish and it is lovely. Find the kind of tofu that hmis the silkiest, and just melts in your mouth with little to no taste, top it with spring onions! The soysauce and the egg would be the only flavours there but it is AMAZING. I love it

  • Schokoladen Ritter
    Schokoladen Ritter 5 months ago

    You can technically eat the century eggs without the congee, but they need to be drenched in vinegar and garlic and all sorts of herbs - at least that's how my family has them. They are mostly a side dish that we eat with dumplings and they taste REALLY good together. I don't really like congee haha

  • LizzyDizzyYo
    LizzyDizzyYo 13 days ago

    It's interesting to see so many similar dish from wildly different cultures, like french omelette and tamagoyaki (in its basic principle of scrambled egg cooked in layers, and Indonesia also has similar dish as tamagoyaki, but shredded into fettucinne-like strings). Same as how all cultures have their own dumplings. It's almost like there is a universal gene (or genes, even) for tasting or digesting food that lead to these cultures to come up with, more or less, similar food.

  • Kevin X
    Kevin X 6 months ago +1

    seeing people trying preserved egg always makes me happy as a big fun of it, btw back in my hometown people usually combines chopped preserved egg with a little sesame oil and garlic to cover its strong flavor and makes it easier to eat, and its my favorite way to eat preserved egg too

  • Liang Liu
    Liang Liu 5 months ago +2

    love love love how you explained and made the century egg, much like vegemite/marmite, even if it look weird, good food is good food (i mean a billion people can't be all wrong)

  • Eternity 909
    Eternity 909 2 months ago

    The way I was trained, for a French omelet, you get your pan ripping hot first. Add your fat and you egg mixture very quickly (egg mixture needs to have roughly a tsp or 2 of water in the mix to create steam) tilt the sauté pan a 20 degree angle so all the egg runs to to the front of the pan. Mix vigorously until almost set. Turn pan over onto plate. It will carry over cooking on the plate. This whole cooking process should take 10-15 seconds. It will have the volume and the shape you are looking for because of the tilt of the pan, the steam and the mixing technique.

  • Perplex
    Perplex 6 months ago +3

    I love these longer videos, please keep making them!

  • PAlexa188
    PAlexa188 6 months ago +3

    You should try Ovos Rotos (or Huevos Rotos). It's pretty popular in the Iberian Peninsula (Portugal and Spain) and it's usually served in Tapas houses. I absolutely love it and it's basically fried eggs and presunto on top of fried potatoes. You can add other things like cheese and chorizo and herbs, etc. But the satisfying part is that you mix it all up! You rip the eggs (that's why they're called rotos 😁) and mix everything and because of the yolk of the eggs (and cheese if you add it), it becomes gooey and delicious.

  • Crackers (PhD in Wumbology)

    If you ever come back to this again, I had Salted Egg in Thailand that I loved in obviously small quantities haha
    It was hard boiled, and then buried in salt, which provided a great deal of osmosis

  • Hooman
    Hooman 6 months ago +3

    I’m from India. You should try making egg burji, egg masala or egg biryani . Love your videos.🥰

  • MeloniusThunk
    MeloniusThunk 6 months ago +4

    You’re so fun to watch! Please try the French omelette again using Gordon Ramsey’s recipe 😉

  • Julie K
    Julie K 4 months ago

    I started watching your videos on accident and i really really enjoy!! Thanks for taking the time to give us fresh ideas!

  • LunaSuJu
    LunaSuJu 5 months ago +2

    I was rushing to comment that you should try Çılbır but you already did wowie O.O we have such a well-established cuisine but since the country isn't that well known or well received I don't expect to see it in this kind of video so I want to thank you for including it! Fun-ish fact: I learnt this type of Çılbır on the internet lol. My mom used to make it with boiled eggs that we didn't eat from the day before which would be laying sadly in the fridge and mix it with yogurt. This one is more delicious though cuz I don't really like cold eggs😬 A tip on poaching the eggs, you could try to use a deeper pot and stir?? mix??(?¿ lol couldn't find the right word) the water with a spoon till it creates a little swirl in the middle and add the eggs right into that swirl. This way you get a rather neat and globe-ish egg eheh

  • Ein flinkes Wiesel
    Ein flinkes Wiesel Month ago

    The tamagoyaki is one of my favourite things to put on top of my sushi whenever I make some. In my recipe there is also some teriyaki sauce mixed into it

  • Ganso
    Ganso 2 months ago

    It would be great if you make a second part and include the Spanish Omelette or huevos estrellaos.

  • Derp
    Derp 6 months ago +8

    For the perfect poach egg use a bigger pot and stir water in circle, also pour eggs in the vinegar first and then into water

  • Meido G. Prayogo
    Meido G. Prayogo 6 months ago +2

    Try Indonesian dishes mate: "telur balado" and "telur pindang". "Telur balado" is deep-fried hard-boiled eggs that are cooked in Sambal Balado. "Telur pindang" is like the Chinese counterpart. The hard-boiled eggs are braised in a liquid flavored with tea leaves, aromatic spices, herbs, and soy sauce. Traditional telur pindang however, also use teak leaves, guava leaves, shallot skin (yes, from peeling shallots!) for the dark brown color.

  • Smakiv2
    Smakiv2 6 months ago +5

    Vietnamese fast morning dish with egg: Trứng chiên nước mắm
    and here is the recipe: Chili, garlic, scallions stir, then put in the mixture of lucky water, MSG, a little sugar, ketchup and chili sauce. Stir everything well and then add the fried egg, until the sauce thickens and is done. You can eat it with rice or non salt noodles

  • ExderiusDeer
    ExderiusDeer 6 months ago

    Keep up the great work! I love how you respect all cultures. (Not all Clip-Sharers do that)

  • RacuSebi
    RacuSebi 6 months ago +3

    From what I remember of the last time I tried a century egg, pairing it with pickled ginger is a good choice :)
    Also for congee/pi dan jok I remember my school would use duck eggs as well, but the bits were pretty small and sparce

  • BoifromTaiwan
    BoifromTaiwan 4 months ago +2

    We've had century eggs in Taiwan too! They are delicious with tofu, soy sauce, and Chinese green onions.
    Edit: Also the congee looks delicious!

  • Patch Eckert
    Patch Eckert 5 months ago

    I love how you approach food from all over the world!

  • Invisible Gamer
    Invisible Gamer 4 months ago

    OMG Swedish food idea: A piece of toast with kaviar and boiled egg, It’s pretty popular for breakfast in Sweden, all tho there is a very specific type of caviar you need called ”Kalles” and I don’t think you can find it outside of Sweden 😢 🇸🇪♥️
    What you do is you boil an egg, then you cut it into slices kind of like a piece of american cheese/plastic cheese and put it on a piece of toast (doesn’t need to be toasted). Then put Kalles caviar on it, boom you’re done!

  • Mark Miller
    Mark Miller 6 months ago +8

    Boil some ginger into the congee as well, the ginger flavour pairs well with their dish. I would put half the egg to boil in the congee for a bit so it melts a little into the congee.

  • Dino Gabric
    Dino Gabric 6 months ago +1

    This guy is teaching me how to impress my loved ones.
    Taking what i saw in his videos and putting your own spin to it does make me wanna cook so thank you for motivating and knowledge

  • LucienAY
    LucienAY 6 months ago +2

    Well. To match with this video them of egg dishes, you may want to look for "steam three colored eggs" which ordinary egg is steamed with century egg and salted duck egg. (But it's alright to skip salted duck egg. It can be a home dish so it is not that "strict".)
    Or if you can find picked ginger in your place, you can try century egg with it, known as "子薑皮蛋". You may replace picked ginger with the Japanese one (yup, the pale yellow one in sushi restaurant). It should keep umami in century egg while the unpleasant taste is neutralized. (Century egg is preserved in alkaline medium which may be the cause of it unpleasant taste. So vinegar in picked ginger can neutralize it.)
    For your congee... It is the second video in your channel I watched with congee. It may be a bit mean to you but yours look like porridge rather than congee, since congee should be more like soup. (Patients are usually served with congee since it is watery and easy to swallow.) But if it is what you like, just keep it that way.

  • Paul Lievano
    Paul Lievano 6 months ago +1

    I love your comparison of pídàn to blue cheese. That is spot on. I'm also glad you put it in congee. So good.

  • Lastav
    Lastav 6 months ago +1

    Would love to see you try Indian food and snacks, India has such a rich variety of different foods of different areas

  • SS
    SS 6 months ago +2

    Try making an egg bhurji which is an Indian version of scrambled egg. It's kind of like a shakshuka but still different. It would taste great if you add pav bhaji masala powder to it.

  • Emma Eriksson
    Emma Eriksson 6 months ago +4

    Swedish full grain hardbread +butter+ sliced boiled eggs+ kalles kaviar (you can find it at ikea). and there you have a classic swedish breakfast or snack🙌🏻

  • Superp222
    Superp222 2 months ago

    Thank you for busting some of the century egg’s bad rep. I’ve been eating it since childhood and it’s definitely an acquired taste

  • Dinosaurs are cool innit

    thank you so much the century egg is so misunderstood other asians scorn at me when i eat them like literally 😭
    theyre so good and i love the congee you made i would definitely enjoy that

  • Nadine Gänseblümchen
    Nadine Gänseblümchen 6 months ago +1

    I am not eating egg dishes and avoid eggs when it's easily possible, but I reaaaally want to try century eggs. It is just too strange to not get curious. :D

  • Bedwars pro
    Bedwars pro 2 months ago

    As a Chinese,the one you made it is a 10/10 on the looks (which also dictate how it tastes)

  • YummyFood
    YummyFood 6 months ago +1

    The best way to eat 1000 years old eggs is to mix chinese vinegar (zhejiang vinegar) and hot sauce according to my mom. As Thai, I also like it with stir fried basil.

  • Sejal 💫
    Sejal 💫 5 months ago +2

    Love watching ur videos... ✨✨
    I am from India & when it comes to Indian cuisine I guess Biryani is a musttt...
    So u should definately go for ' Egg Biryani '🥘

  • Linda Cat
    Linda Cat 6 months ago +1

    There’s an easier way to poach eggs via microwave. U put enough water into a small bowl or ramkin to cover an egg. Pour egg into the bowl of water, gently piece the egg with a toothpick to prevent it from blowing up in the microwave. Depending on your microwave, u can microwave on high from 40-50 sec and get a poached egg.

  • ItaMochi Vargas
    ItaMochi Vargas 5 months ago +1

    My favorite egg style is Korean steamed egg. I know it's not the most popular Korean food though. It's traditionally cooked in a stone pot, but my family and I cheat by putting it in a pot. Or you could be like me and cheat even harder by microwaving it. The best way tho is definitely not by microwave I'm just desperate.

  • Sakaloo7
    Sakaloo7 6 months ago +4

    I really enjoy your videos and the all purpose sauce recipe is perfection

  • Millie Blue
    Millie Blue 5 months ago

    Adding some chickpeas and beans to your shakshuka takes it to another level🙂👌👍

  • GrikWorldNomad
    GrikWorldNomad 3 months ago +1

    Sounds weird but the century egg goes great with beer and pickled veg (Vietnam)

  • Maia McDaniel
    Maia McDaniel 6 months ago +3

    My mom used to make century egg with cilantro, chopped soft tofu, and soy sauce. She had to stop me from basically inhaling it every time she made it, it was so good.

    • melodrayo
      melodrayo 5 months ago

      Oh my god century eggs and tofu. I swear to god that was the bane of my poor mother's existence with how i begged her for years to make that dish for me, I loved it so damn much!

  • Fknspill
    Fknspill 4 months ago

    The respect shown for the century egg was nice!

  • หมาไน นิรนาม

    I'm Thai and I would say that century eggs are so far my favourite egg.

  • FHB
    FHB 5 months ago

    Century eggs and tofu with soy sauce is an amazing combination

  • J S
    J S 6 months ago +6

    Could you do a scandinavian breakfast? Great vid!

  • Butters
    Butters 4 months ago

    As a asian me and my parents use preserved egg for porridge, it very good!

  • G0ldenOwl
    G0ldenOwl 3 months ago

    Honestly I've been eating congee my whole life and what I found is: keep it simple. Usually people eat congee if they want something fast, so adding rice to water only would be okay too (thats called 白粥, or plain congee). If you want more flavor, the toppings and some salt usually make up for it, like the century egg (if you want it more traditional, add some cooked sliced pork inside) but the soy sauce and sesame oil surprised me because although it does make the congee more flavorful Chinese people tend to leave the congee as white as it is.

    • t
      t 3 months ago

      i usually just add soy sauce, dont know why people add sesame oil

  • Bhargavi
    Bhargavi 5 months ago

    My mom has been making a dish on a regular basis since my childhood that's exactly like Shakshuka - which she calls it Egg curry - which we eat with Roti or rice
    Nd mny other people in India also makes it
    Btw I'm frm India !!!!

  • Vatrisco07
    Vatrisco07 4 months ago

    As a Spanish person, I will need you to do a potato omelette.

  • Park Mi Young
    Park Mi Young 6 months ago +1

    Im pretty proud of myself for being able to make a french omelette perfectly the first time... even tho im not much of a cook xD

  • Grey
    Grey 6 months ago +1

    Please try the Nigerian egg sauce and yam. It’s kinda similar to the shakshuka

  • Kemoex
    Kemoex 6 months ago +43

    let's rate the Georgian breakfast khachapuri several types of khachapuri: Imeretian, Gurian, Megrelian, Adjarian,Svan,Racha, Penanovan and so on.

    • Krish Dasila
      Krish Dasila 6 months ago

      @happylittlevibe what is it? Means how it is made?

    • happylittlevibe
      happylittlevibe 6 months ago +1

      I am in Georgia next week and I am so happy I‘ll get Khapchapuri because here it’s just expensive and not that good even from native Georgians living outside of Georgia. And I am super happy to see a comment supporting Georgia here!

    • Diemer Vd Berg
      Diemer Vd Berg 6 months ago

      classy Adjaruli is my favorite although the Svaneti one is great too because it is different. Imeruli is better in Kutaisi than Tbilisi haha Didn't liked it when I lived in Tbilisi but since I moved to Kutaisi lately, I tried much better ones but it is in Imereti after all :)

    • sickboi261
      sickboi261 6 months ago +3

      kacha puri in hindi means uncooked puri ( a type of fried bread).

    • toko sikharulidze
      toko sikharulidze 6 months ago +1

      @Kojdek yeah it’s awesome good thing you got to eat it

  • Purple Haze
    Purple Haze 6 months ago +4

    Oh, cilbir goes hard. It's so rich and flavorful and creamy, best egg dish I've ever tried tbh.

  • Z I
    Z I 6 months ago

    You should cook the century egg in the jok while you boiling it,that's how it goes traditionally. In China this dish would also have minced meat in it,it‘s called 皮蛋瘦肉粥.

  • Ethan CHAN
    Ethan CHAN 5 months ago

    Try 麻辣 (ma la) with the century egg, it's incredible. I always eat it in Hong Kong Tam Jai sam gor, they make them to perfection. Nice video though!

  • Pallavi Mohanty
    Pallavi Mohanty 6 months ago +2

    Please try Mumbai street style tawa palao....its yummy and delicious😊Love from India 🇮🇳

  • Yi Zhu
    Yi Zhu 3 months ago

    to enhance this more, you can boil it with a few century eggs, pork mince, and garnish with some green onions

  • Potato Phone
    Potato Phone 6 months ago +1

    Not an specific dish, but I recommend Brazil's hotdogs :)

  • Zjarany Zygzak
    Zjarany Zygzak 6 months ago +2

    You should try Polish egg "Kogel Mogel"

  • Ali Arjomand
    Ali Arjomand 6 months ago +3

    As a Persian I bet u cant rate Iranian foods less than 9.9. give it a try and u will love it. there is so much to try. but Ghormeh/Gheime/Kabab/persian bean dish and the most important Fesenjoon are the best. pls at least try it. thank u for ur content

  •  sasuke uchiha
    sasuke uchiha  6 months ago

    this was some nice ingredients bc i used the french one so good my whole family liked it

  • aysha mim aysha
    aysha mim aysha 6 months ago +1

    Hello... I am from Bangladesh. I'm a new viewer of your video. I love your way of cooking and introduceing many countries culture through food towards us. So can you please make a video on a traditional food of Bangladesh.😍😍😍😍😍

  • Darryplayz
    Darryplayz 4 months ago

    Tbh I’m a Chinese Canadian and I love those eggs, when I see those people like joking about it, it makes me mad. For me it is so good I eat it by itself with some noodles

  • Jingjing Qu
    Jingjing Qu 3 months ago

    I’m Chinese so I like to eat the century egg,it just seems very delicious to me

  • 박 한 나
    박 한 나 6 months ago

    Omg, I've waited for the century eggs for a long time. You made it right! Good job! Thanks for everything!

  • ภาวิต วัฒนกูล

    I coated the entire century eggs with flour and then fried them. Meanwhile, I make stir-fried minced pork with minced garlic, minced chilli and holy basil leaves. Then, I cut the eggs into 4, placed them on cooked rice, and topped with the stir-fried pork. Optionally, I garnished the dish by using crispy fried holy basil leaves.

  • Serse
    Serse 6 months ago +1

    A raw century egg is a punishment in my group of friends, but now I'm super curious to try it in a real recipe. Seems kinda doable

  • Zach Thomas
    Zach Thomas 5 months ago

    Gotta love how some of these are egg dishes and then some are diffrent techniques for cooking eggs

  • Bálint
    Bálint 6 months ago +7

    I am gonna recommend my cuntry: Hungary. There are a lot of good foods around, but there is a very popular dish called Gulyás (leves), in english Goulas (soup). So this country, this dish that I recommend for you :)

  • arnav rai
    arnav rai 4 months ago

    Make some famous indian dishes please 😀
    I know you have a lot to do
    And i would really appreciate your efforts 🤗
    Love your content 🙃

  • Oughery
    Oughery 6 months ago +16

    Could you do turkish food next? 🇹🇷🙏🏻

  • - J
    - J 4 months ago

    Idk why but i love eating century eggs. Lots of times I just drop it in noodles without cutting and just eat it with the noodles