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  1. King's Palace kitchen

    Posted Jul 07th 2011, 12:00am

    ... with a dusting of white pepper powder. Our platter of char siu and roast duck (HK$118) was small- there were just six pieces of each- but flavourful and tender. The skin on the goose had a nice ...

  2. Delicacies through the dynasties

    Posted Aug 31st 2006, 12:00am by Paggie Leung

    ... Paggie Leung Peking duck has about 800 years of history. Its origins can be traced to the Yuan dynasty (1206-1368) when it was first listed among the imperial dishes in The Complete ... to Beijing, people used the menlu [closed-door] roasting method to cook the ducks,' says Zhang Liqun, the 58-year-old chef and owner of Liqun Roasted Duck Restaurant. 'But Beijingers later ...

  3. Tai Fung Lau Peking Restaurant

    Posted Feb 07th 2010, 12:00am by Rebecca Tsui

    ... the justifiably famous mutton hotpot. What's hot: Peking Duck, the traditional Peking-style roasted duck, is a must-try. Peking duck is a good way of telling if a restaurant is worth going to. Tai Fung Lau's Peking duck is famous for its thinly sliced, crispy skin. It's served with the traditional accompaniments: pancakes, sliced cucumber and spring onion, and sweet bean sauce. ...

  4. Meat and drink

    Posted Jul 10th 2005, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... with Susan Jung Taste Buds, a siu mei (roast meats) shop, has opened in Central. At first glance, it looks like any other siu mei shop: strips of roast pork and whole cooked ducks ... of serving only roast pork, barbecued pork, roast duck and soy chicken over rice, Taste Buds offers items such as a roast duck or barbecue pork 'burger' (right; $19), rice paper-wrapped ...

  5. Shanghai Lo

    Posted Jul 19th 2012, 12:00am

    ... prawns with egg yolk paste (HK$168). It was a generous serving of eight large, sweet, perfectly cooked prawns thickly coated in salted egg yolk. Our waiter recommended the whole duck stuffed with glutinous rice and vegetables (HK$488), which normally needs two days' notice to order, but the kitchen had an extra one. The duck had been steamed before being fried, so the meat ...

  6. Dishes to tempt Confucius

    Posted Sep 20th 2011, 12:00am

    ... and souvenirs. Brand name outlets and highbrow restaurants share space with bearded fortune-tellers and tofu carts. The local Su cuisine is slightly spicy, mostly sweet and favours plump duck and fresh ... tofu and stinky tofu- and other great snacks such as painted dumplings, salted duck, duck blood soup and rice cakes with pickled vegetables. Fuzimiao Street is one of the great communal ...

  7. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - SIGNATURE DISH

    Expensive cuisines more a matter of price and prejudice

    Posted Feb 07th 2013, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... expensive. But I accept the prices because importing ingredients is expensive, and Socialito fills its tacos with things such as duck carnitas and pork belly. The price of food should depend on its ...

  8. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - FEATURED CUISINE KONG FAMILY

    Featured Cuisine: complex by design

    Posted Jan 24th 2013, 12:00am by Vanessa Yung

    ... it shows just how deeply rooted in history the cooking method is. "The soup contains ingredients such as chicken, duck and pig's trotters. It takes us more than six hours to make ...

  9. maltose

    Posted Apr 06th 2008, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung It's unlikely you've ever used maltose in your kitchen, but you've almost certainly eaten it in Peking duck, mooncakes or Chinese sweets. What is it? A sugar ... for molasses, honey or brown sugar as a substitute for maltose, but none of them taste the same or come close in terms of consistency. How to use: maltose gives the skin of Peking duck a high gloss ...

  10. Beijing cuisine

    Posted Jul 03rd 2009, 12:00am by Chris King

    ... on the mainland. More than just roast duck Of course, the most famous Beijing dish is Peking duck. It has a very long history. The first Peking duck restaurant opened in Beijing in 1416. This crispy-skinned duck is usually served with round pancakes and hoi sin sauce, as well as spring onions. It's interesting to chefs because it is roasted on the outside while cooked from the inside ...




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