Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Telur Dadar (scrambled egg on a skewer)

I was walking in one of the streets in Bandung, looking something for a little snack, then suddenly this street vendor really caught my attention.

It's so interesting to see how he makes the scrambled eggs on the wooden skewers.
Bandung

Just watch this video below and you can see how to make a scrambled egg on a skewer within 10 seconds!!! :)

video


Bandung

The vendor provides tomato ketchup and chili sauce.
It costs only 10 cents US$ /skewer

53 comments:

  1. Phenomenal! I still can't believe he made scrambled eggs that way! I always wonder how food like this comes about.

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  2. The guy is a genius, hahahaha. Was it good?

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  3. That's so fun to watch. Thanks for sharing! My kids would love an egg on a stick.

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  4. creativity has no limit-it is actually whisked egg.

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  5. oh my!!! I LOVE EGGS!!!!!

    And BREAD. Oh, u prob knw that by now. heheh..

    But oily laa... I might err.. refrain frm this ;p

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  6. 35 cents in malaysia! pretty cheap!

    oh ya, btw, pls could you kindly update our site link to http://cumidanciki.com/ (pls ignore if you have!)
    Cheers!

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  7. Wow, so cool! I would have not expected him to make the egg like that. Did the egg fall off of the stick or break down easily or did it stick to the stick?

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  8. on a skewer! this is my first time seeing this. A big fan of eggs here! *hands up* :) and telur dadar is also one of my fave. hehe. eating egg on a skewer is fun i bet!!

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  9. nice to see different kind of street foods from different parts of the world.

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  10. Oh my gosh, that looks so good. very clever too.

    I'd love to have one.
    xxx

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  11. AMAZING!!!! Nice discovery once again!

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  12. FLaB: Interesting, isn't it? ;)

    KT: well, it tasted just like ordinary scrambled egg, hehehe...

    MB: Very cool! hehehe

    FwLT: Maybe you can try to make this kind of scrambled egg for your kids :)

    foodbin: Yup, no limit at all :)

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  13. TNG: learning something new about you, will take a note... Becky loves eggs ;)

    C&C: Already changed to your new address :)

    RC: hehehe.. Totally ingenious!!! :D

    ETE: It stick nicely to the wooden skewer :) Just imagine eating satay...

    CL: Hehehe.. yes! really fun! You definitely must try it since you are a big fan of eggs :)

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  14. STL: It is indeed :)

    babe_KL: agreed! :)

    DA: Yes, very clever :)

    peachkins: yes, it is :)

    PP: hehehe... it is amazing :)

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  15. woohoooo...
    that's like making cotton candy on oil, super fast haheaoe..... :D

    You know how the news on TV always feature culinary food and sometimes street food vendors ? I guess that guy's gonna be on TV soon, who knows :)
    I don't know if this is a common thing in Bandung these days, but this is the first time I've ever seen it....

    I agree with thenomadgourmand, it's oily la :)
    But it sure is fun to watch.... over and over again ;p

    Ann

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  16. HR: Ah.. you are so right! like making cotton candy, hehehe... Well, this is the first time for me too, to see this kind of vendor in Bandung, for sure, I don't think we have it here in Jakarta. Yes, hopefully, he could be featured on TV someday :)

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  17. Whoa, that's amazing! I've never seen egg on a stick before.

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  18. mica: Well, neither did I before, hehehe...

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  19. egg on skewer
    this is very new to me.....

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  20. Hey Selba, you have a great blog and this video is amazing.....an egg on a stick.....woooooow.....greetings from greece

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  21. How cool, I never would have guessed that eggs could stay on a skewer like that!

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  22. How neat! Love scrambled eggs, never had it on a skewer, love the idea!

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  23. Hello my darling, how is my favourite blogger, I hope life is treating you marvelously. Mine was a bit topsy turvy of late as you know, but is slowly returning to normal. I thank you for checking in on me and for the sweet comment you left behind, you are a dear friend. This is so interesting, scrambled eggs on the wooden skewers, would have never thought about it. Thanks for sharing darling.
    Take care
    Love & Hugs
    Duchess

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  24. It's amazing to watch that being done. I couldn't do it to save my life :-). I'm impressed.

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  25. nice skill of making skewer egg....

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  26. PG: it's also new to me too :)

    ilias: Hi Ilias, thank you for dropping by my blog and also thank you for your compliments :)

    kerstin: hehehe.. the scrambled egg stay neatly on the skewer :)

    5 SF: interesting, isn't it? :)

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  27. DoT: Hello Duchess, very nice to see you again! It's my pleasure to share this interesting scrambled eggs on wooden skewers :)

    mary: hehehe... aren't we all impressed to see this? ;)

    SG: it is indeed :)

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  28. you see some of the coolest vendors in the world!

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  29. great idea for the street vendors here in M'sia, who are only good at goreng pisang , tapioca and some other fruits ! Must find a way to bring them over here to have a real study tour ! unlike those Millions they wasted to go Taiwan to see dragons

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  30. doggybloggy: hehehe.. I guess so :)

    worldwindows: yeah... it's scrambled egg though... ;)

    LI: *nods* it is indeed :)

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  31. BSG: hahaha.... but seriously, Taiwan's street vendors are also wonderful, right?

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  32. hmmm, not sure about egg on a stick, I mean how can you make a bad egg right?But on a stick, either this is extremely brilliant or i am missing the point. Thanks for sharing! Intriguing,extremely intriguiing

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  33. HW: Actually this scrambled egg on the stick is more for kids than adults :)

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  34. OMG, this is amazing! He's an expert alright! hmm...mm... I wonder how it was taste like!

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  35. MLS: Hahaha.. absolutely an expert! It tasted just like ordinary scrambled egg :)

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  36. What a great idea! I'm going to Twitt it ;)

    Margot

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  37. What an amazing idea! Truly breakfast on the go!

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  38. CaV: Thanks to Twitt it, Margot :)

    sarah: hehehe... it is :)

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  39. Wow! Great post and great video! I never even knew that was possible! That's talent, right there. :)

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  40. faith: thanks! the vendor is very talented :)

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  41. that is soooooo cool! would love to try that. ;)

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  42. How interesting. These are darling on the stick.
    Sam

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  43. kyh: hehehe... hope that you have to chance to try it someday ;)

    MCK: Yes, it is interesting and also darling :)

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  44. haha never heard of it. fantastic

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  45. me: Hi Me, thanks for dropping by my blog :)

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  46. That's so cool. I've never seen anything like it. Did you have one? What did you think?

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  47. monica: it just tasted like ordinary scrambled/omelet egg :)

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