Hong Kong style fresh milk egg tarts

Egg tarts are one of the signature local treats in Hong Kong.  Egg tarts are made in two different kids of shells in general, either cookie shell or puff pastry shell.  I personally prefer the butter cookie shell for its crispiness and here it is to share my way of making this delicious egg tart….

Tsukiji tamagoyaki ‘brick’ egg sandwich (Daan G)

|Tsukiji tamagoyaki ‘brick’ egg sandwich (Daan G)| ‘Daan G’ or egg sandwich in Cantonese is an iconic Hong Kong style Chachanteng food apart from Hong Kong style milktea that you must try when you visit the city.  To judge a good piece of ‘Daan G’ base on the thickness of the scrambled egg as well…

Secrets to make the silky HK style milk tea

Unlike coffee, different regions and countries in the world have their own unique way to make tea.  HK style milk tea is the directly translated English name from Chinese “Kong sik naai cha”, it’s a lot darker than usual black tea and much richer than any other tea with milk. What’s the secret to make…

Chicken chow mein with choisum

| Chicken chow mein with choisum | This is one of the popular dishes to order when you visit a Chinese restaurant, it is actually not very difficult to make on your own, just, you need a lot oil! What you need: – 1/2 lb skinless chicken thighs – a few choisum – about 200-300g…