Xian Dan Chao Ren 咸蛋超人 (Your Salted Egg Hero) revolves around the salted egg heroes’ theme, with Chicken donning the duck egg costume - on a mission to make all food tastier by evangelising all the other food to dress up with salted egg sauce. This also echoes the founders' intention to bring the salted egg gastronomical experience for every customer, in a superhero way.
Our Ancient Power
Salted eggs also know as 咸蛋 is not unfamiliar among Singaporeans. In fact, this kickass ingredient has been around for many centuries.
Nobody knows exactly how old the delicacy is, but it’s estimated that the Chinese were eating it even when the Ming Dynasty began in the 1300’s.
There have always been three traditional ways to make salted eggs. You can brine them in a salt solution, dry-brine them by encrusting them with a layer of coarse salt, or coat them with a sort of muddy paste thing.
Each way turns out pretty much the same result, a yolk that’s a deep orange colour, has a grainy yet oozey texture and, of course, is satisfyingly salty. It’s this that Singaporeans can’t get enough of.