Hong Kong: Eggettes

There is nothing we love more than a sweet, sugar carb-y item. Just when we think we have the market cornered we always seem to find a new global combination of flour, butter and sugar. Our latest surprise was the Hong Kong Eggette. Literally named, Eggettes are little bubbly waffles (naturally in the shape of eggs), cooked on a special iron. They are typically a street food in Hong Kong and other Cantonese-speaking areas like Macau. However, if you cannot make it to Hong Kong eggette loving home-cook can try their hand with an egg waffle pan.

Eggettes in Hong Kong


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2 responses to “Hong Kong: Eggettes

  1. Where did you have these? I bet they’re like those amazing Japanese fish waffles.

  2. Pingback: Encountering Egg Waffles in San Francisco’s Chinatown | Eating The World

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