Bacon wrapped seared scallops with from Wooloomooloo Prime at The ONE, Tsim Sha Tsui.
Bamboo clams cooked in the famous Hong Kong 'Typhoon Shelter' method, think fiery, umami and savoury flavours.
Macaroni cooked in broth and topped with sausages and spinach, my homemade version of popular Hong Kong Char Chan Teng fare.
Tim Ho Wan - Hong Kong - The World's Cheapest One Michelin Starred Restaurant by Wilson Mak
Homemade XO Sauce - This sauce is considered the emperor of all sauces in Hong Kong. Here is my homemade version that will set your tastebuds on fire.
Flaky Chinese Egg Tarts - Commonly served at Chinese Dim Sum restaurants, the flaky crust sets this apart from your usual custard tart
Hong Kong Egg Tart - thin crumbly tart encases a tender, wobbly egg custard.
Cantonese Savory Glutinous Rice Dumplings / Zongzi (粽子), my first attempt to wrap these traditional rice dumplings after a cooking class in Hong Kong.
Stir-Fry Hong Kong Kai Lan With Rice Wine
Bak Kwa or Malaysian/Chinese Pork "Jerky". My fave snack of all time and easier to make than you think.
A baby lobster from a delicious bisque, just chillin' at Caffè HABITŪ (the table) Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
Spareribs steamed in a spicy, sweet and sour plum sauce concoction, an easy Chinese homestyle dish.
Osthmanthus tea jelly served on dry ice. Ming Court Restaurant - Hong Kong
Hong Kong style congee with dried fish and peanuts. Savoury, crunchy and a little smoky, my kind of comfort food!
Ginger milk pudding - no bake, no artificial coagulant
Mango pomelo is a Hong Kong dessert composed of mango, pomelo, sago, coconut milk, cream and sugar. [in chinese]
Hong Kong style 'cheong fun' or steamed rice noodle rolls, a classic dim sum favourite with photo tutorial.
One of the world's most expensive dishes is the Hokkaido sea urchin with lobster, caviar and gold leaf at Amber restaurant. Delicious!
Hong Kong style soy sauce noodles, the udon version with tips on how to perfectly execute this deceptively simple dish.
Egg Tarts (Dan Tat). The elusive pastry texture that is used to make these is finally elucidated! These light and flaky yet crumbly tarts are perfect with coffee or tea for tea!
A lovely lunch at Bistecca Italian Steak House, Hong Kong
hong kong milk tea and chewy pearls of tapioca. delish.
Wontons are a popular dish in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Here is my authentic fried wonton recipe and the story behind wonton
XO Sauce is also known as the emperor of all sauces - it's a paste made out of dried scallops, dried shrimps, garlic, shallots and lots of chillies!
A Chinese candy that has a beard. Really.
The breakfast buffet at The Intercontinental Hotel, Hong Kong
Abalone rice wrapped in lotus leaf. From the only Chinese restaurant in the world to be awarded 3 Michelin stars.
Thousand-year egg and pickled ginger at Yung Kee, Hong Kong.
Cantonese Fried Noodles (aka Chow Mein) with Shredded Pork
Traditional Southern China potluck new year's feast.
Caramelized soy and garlic shrimp
Hong Kong Egg Puffs
Baked Pork Chop Rice – succulent pork chop on a bed of fried rice topped with tomato sauce and melted cheese. A Hong Kong diner favourite.
Steaming hot Hong Kong style Spicy Ramen. Can life get any better?