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  1. Chicken karaage

    Posted Aug 02nd 2012, 12:00am

    ... a balanced meal. If you plan, it's easy enough to make chicken karaage, even without leaving the house, assuming you have staples such as soy sauce and rice wine in your pantry. I buy boneless chicken thighs, divide them into 300 gram portions, double-wrap them in cling film, then freeze. To thaw the chicken quickly, put the meat (still wrapped in the cling film) in a bowl of warm water ...

  2. Cambo Cafeteria

    Posted Mar 20th 2011, 12:00am by David Sutton

    ... else. So try to come with a group and make the most of the variety on the menu. One highlight is the range of mixed platters. One includes spring rolls, chickens' feet, prawn cakes and stuffed chicken wings. Another, which is highly recommended, is the vermicelli cake platter. This includes prawns, grilled pork neck, Vietnamese cold sausage and spring rolls served with little ...

  3. Restaurants

    Posted Jun 14th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Signature dishes: baked buns with barbecued pork, Chiu Chow-style steamed dumplings, fresh shrimp dumplings, rice flour rolls with pig's liver, chicken feet with black beans. $ Tsui Hang ... 4567. Signature dishes: fish fillet in spicy oil, crab with glutinous oil, chicken pot with 10 herbs and spices. $$$ Di King Heen 3/F Royal Plaza Hotel, 193 Prince Edward Road West, Mong Kok. ...

  4. Saigon at Stanley- Where prawns are king and the chicken is tender

    Posted Oct 16th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... was delicious. The king prawn in onion and garlic was just right, and the spicy lemongrass chicken with onion and fresh baby coconut, excellent; the chicken was soft, tender and melted in the mouth. ...

  5. Dished up

    Posted Feb 18th 2005, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... with green peppercorns, goat cheese ravioli and snails in garlic broth, and crispy pork feet with mixed leaves and walnut oil. Main courses will include Burgundy black truffle ravioli, whole roasted ... night from 6pm to 8pm. During that time, yakitori skewers are available for $10 and Asahi beer is $28. The skewers include leek wrapped in pork, Japanese shishamo fish, chicken soft bones, ...

  6. Restaurants

    Posted Jun 02nd 2011, 12:00am

    ... feet stuffed with chicken liver, roasted duck, barbecued pork and duck intestine, Angus beef with white mushrooms and garlic, braised home-made bean curd with abalone, baby vegetables ... City Hall Maxim's Palace 2/F City Hall Low Block, 7 Edinburgh Place, Central. Tel: 2521 1303. Signature dishes: fried chicken with garlic, braised duck, dim sum. $$-$$$ Cuisine Cuisine 3/F ...

  7. Request for a Western dish is a hit and Swiss affair

    Posted Nov 10th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Janice Leung foodandwine@scmp.com These chicken wings, covered in a slick, sweet soy sauce as dark as black tea, are a Hong Kong speciality. Typically found in old restaurants such as Tai Ping Koon, which were known as 'Western' restaurants until the 1960s, these chicken wings were seen as Western cuisine despite the obvious use of soy sauce. Swiss chicken wings would ...

  8. Flavours of Delhi- A Food Lover's Guide

    Posted Mar 25th 2012, 12:00am

    ... specialities to look out for, and intersperses the text with recipes for dishes such as samosas, country captain (chicken and onion cooked with turmeric, garlic, chillies and chicken stock), Nepali ...

  9. Samurai Okonomiyaki

    Posted May 10th 2012, 12:00am

    ... with bacon (HK$38) because the meat was smoky and flavourful. We added an egg (HK$5) because it seemed like a classic combination. It added heft and moisture. Grilled chicken wing with cod roe (HK$28 ... the okonomiyaki selection that also includes seafood, beef, chicken and vegetable. ...

  10. Sizzling stuff to stir taste buds

    Posted Aug 26th 2011, 12:00am

    ... YP cadet Jacqueline Leung YP cadet Jacqueline Leung chooses her favourite spicy foods from different cuisines. Fire your taste buds and decide which you like most. 1 Chicken in chilli broth (Sichuan) For a proper chicken in chilli broth, the meat has to be soaked in soy sauce, sesame paste, malt vinegar, garlic and chilli for quite a long time. After several hours, the meat ...




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