Here's another yum cha classic - prawns deep fried in batter then fried again in Chinese salted duck egg.
You can find salted duck eggs at most Asian grocery shops. They are usually steamed before being peeled and eaten. The white is very salty, the yolk usually less salty and quite fatty. Shichimi is a common Japanese spice mixture containing seven ingredients.
I found the recipe to be difficult to follow as there is no clear description to whether salted duck egg is something I should cook or something that I should buy. Until I read all the script. Some referal is done to note but there is no note. I guessed note might be the last lines of the script. I also guessed that the egg to throw in the flour might be the chicken egg, but then it may not because the picture on step 1 shows two yolks. Note says that salted duck eggs sold usually steamed. I would want to know what to do if duck eggs on hand is not steamed and salted. - 23 Apr 2016