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Three Kinds of Eggs


Three Kinds of Eggs
3 thousand year-old duck eggs
3 uncooked salted duck eggs
1 Tablespoon vegetable oil
1 piece of cellophane paper
3 fresh duck eggs
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sesame oil

1. Shell the thousand year-old eggs, and the salted eggs, and very coarsely dice them.
2. Beat fresh eggs and mix with the sherry, a half cup of water, the salt, and the sesame oil.
3. Brush oil on a glass bowl or small loaf pan; and line it with half the cellophane paper.
4. Coat it again with the oil, then pour in the egg mixture and cover this with plastic wrap; and microwave it for fifteen minutes on medium in a microwave oven, then remove it from the bowl or pan, cool it somewhat, cut it about half an inch thick, and put it on a glass platter, and serve.

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