Tokneneng

Tokneneng is deep fried pre-boiled chicken egg with crispy orange coating.

The orange coating is a mixture of flour, baking powder, food coloring (orange), and small amount of water. In a bowl, mixed all the ingredients well and evenly coat each egg before you deep fry.

Place them in a bowl with paper towel to absorb excess oil.

Serve with your favorite vinegar and chili dip.

Tokneneng is simply the bigger version of kwek-kwek (quail egg), also a popular street food. At least a couple of mobile carts selling tokneneng, kwek-kwek, fishballs and squidballs are found within the neighborhood, they also carry the best dip sauce for tokneneng. šŸ™‚


2 Responses to Tokneneng
  1. OSeƱorita
    July 16, 2011 | 3:16 am

    Tokneneng is one of my favorite streetfoods. Some of them are fishball, kwek kwek and kikiam.

  2. […] Tokneneng is usually peddled by ambulant vendors along with other variety of street food such as kwek-kwek (smaller version of tokneneng), fishballs, and squidballs. […]

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