Onigiri (#Japanese Rice Balls, #おにぎり)
Yaki Udon (#焼きうどん)
Sweetcorn dumplings (#粟米豬肉餃)
Dumplings are typical Asian food which are original from China. You can find a wide range of stuffings from different Asian countries, Sweetcorn dumplings (粟米豬肉餃)are special for Hong Kong, especially kids. This dish is extremely popular in western countries in Europe and North America.
Shredded chicken with sesame (#芝麻手撕雞)
Shredded chicken with sesame is a typical refreshment in Hong Kong. This savoury dish can be easily found in any Chinese restaurant, serving as a main or as an appetizer. With just 5 mins preparation time, it is absoultely an appealing food to Joseph and I, which this cold plate can absoultely stimulate his appetite even when hunger is absent. One of the best sides in Summer time, especially for picnic or party.
Shabu Shabu (#しゃぶしゃぶ)
Shabu-shabu (#しゃぶしゃぶ) is a Japanese nabemono hotpot dish of thinly sliced meat and vegetables boiled in a flavorful broth called kombu dashi. The name “shabu shabu” is Japanese onomatopoeic that came from the sound when you stir the vegetables and meat with your chopsticks and ‘swish swish’ in the hot pot. Everyone at the table takes part in the cooking and enjoys the ingredients with different dipping sauces.
5 Simple Korean Banchan (#반찬)
If you haven’t already noticed, there is always a variety of side dishes served alongside the main dish in Korean food culture. These side dishes are called banchan (반찬), and they are mainly served in a small plate with sauced vegetables. Koreans believe the small plates of banchan—which are light and not too greasy—help to boost your appetite.
Korean Barbecue (#고기구이)
Korean BBQ, known locally as gogi-gui (고기구이), refers to the method of grilling meat such as beef, chicken or pork on gas or charcoal grills inlaid into the dining table itself. There are many ways in which these meat dishes can be prepared, whether marinated or not. Galbi (갈비) is the most representative form of meat in Korean BBQ, which is usually prepared by marinating thinly sliced beef sirloin or tenderloin cuts.
Japanese Inari Sushi (#いなり寿司)
For an easy sushi recipe that tastes as good as it looks, try this recipe for inari sushi. These tiny pockets are deep-fried tofu 'pockets' filled with sushi rice. Enjoy these bites of deliciousness on their own, or combine with other sushi and/or bento dishes.
Crispy Salt and Pepper Tofu (#港式椒鹽豆腐)
Tofu is believed to be healthy and tasteless and it is so hard to cook. But you can’t image how Hongkongese loves tofu and how many ways to cook tofu in Chinese cuisine. The simplest, pan-fried crispy tofu with salt and pepper (#港式椒鹽豆腐). The tofu cubes have a super crispy exterior and a soft and silky center.