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  • Wife Cake - Mycitycuisine.org
    that lived a very poor life in imperial China They loved each other and lived in a small village Suddenly a mysterious disease spread The husband s father became very sick The couple spent all of their money in order to treat the man s father but he was still sick The wife sold herself as a slave in exchange for money to buy medicine for her father in law Once the husband learned about what his wife did he made a cake filled with sweetened wintermelon and almond He dedicated this pastry to his wife whom he ll never forget and sold it His cake became so popular that he was able to earn enough money to buy his wife back There is another version where the man went searching for his wife after he earned enough money to buy her back In his search he had a cup of tea at a local teahouse when he suddenly recognised the pastry they were serving with the tea They were reunited at the teahouse Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes

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  • Hong Kong-style French Toast - Mycitycuisine.org
    or more rarely jam Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Hong Kong style French Toast wikipedia org French Toast 西多士 yummy inyourtummy blogspot com French toast Hong Kong style instructables com edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http

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  • Beef Balls (牛丸) - Mycitycuisine.org
    texture to their counterparts with European origins Instead of mincing and forming meats meat used for making meatballs is pounded until the meat is more or less pulverized This is also often the case for fillings in steamed dishes This process is what lends a smooth texture to the meatballs Pounding unlike mincing uncoils and stretches previously wound and tangled protein strands in meat and allows them to cure to a gel with heat in a similar manner as surimi In Hong Kong Beef balls are commonly mixed in with wonton noodles and other fish ball noodles It is available in traditional markets and supermarkets Beef balls are also a popular ingredient for hot pot dishes It has a variety of uses within Chinese cuisine Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Beef Balls wikipedia org Beef Balls chinesefood about com Beef Balls neckredrecipes blogspot com edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Beef Balls E7 89 9B E4 B8 B8 Category Dish Personal tools

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  • Bolo yau (菠萝油) - Mycitycuisine.org
    pineapple with its golden brown color Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Bolo yau E8 8F A0 E8 90 9D E6 B2 B9 Category Dish Personal tools

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  • Deep Fried Squid (椒盐鲜鱿) - Mycitycuisine.org
    and pasta Spaghetti al Nero di Seppia cuttlefish In Portugal lulas are commonly eaten grilled whole in kebabs of squid rings with bell peppers and onion Espetadas or stewed Also stuffed with minced meat and stewed Lulas Recheadas The battered version is known as lulas a sevilhana named after Seville the Andalusian city that popularised the dish In Sardinia squid have a sauce made from lemon garlic parsley and olive oil In Italy Spain Albania Turkey Greece and Cyprus squid rings and arms are coated in batter and fried in oil Other recipes from these regions feature squid or octopus simmered slowly with vegetables such as squash or tomato When frying the squid flesh is kept tender by short cooking time When simmering the flesh is most tender when cooking is prolonged with reduced temperature In Malta klamar mimli involves stuffing the squid with rice breadcrumbs parsley garlic and capers and then gently stewing in red wine In Spain Rabas or Calamares a la romana battered calamari lit Roman style calamari has the calamari rings covered in a thick batter deep fried and with lemon juice and mayonnaise or garlic mayonnaise Squid stewed in its own black ink is Calamares en su tinta Battered and fried baby squid is Puntillitas In northern Spain squid is cooked in its own ink Calamares or Chipirones en su tinta resulting a black stew like dish in which squid meat is very tender and is accompanied by a thick black sauce usually made with onion tomato squid ink among others In the Philippines squid is cooked as adobong pusit squid in adobo sauce along with the ink imparting a tangy flavour especially with fresh chillies Battered squid is served with alioli mayonnaise or chilli vinegar Squid is grilled on coals brushed with a soy sauce based marinade and stuffed with a tomato and onions More elaborate stuffed squid is rellenong pusit stuffed with finely chopped vegetables squid fat and ground pork In Korea squid is sometimes killed and served quickly Unlike octopus squid tentacles do not usually continue to move when reaching the table This fresh squid is 산 오징어 san ojingeo also with small octopuses called nakji The squid is served with Korean mustard soy sauce chili sauce or sesame sauce It is salted and wrapped in lettuce or pillard leaves Dried squid may also accompany alcoholic beverages as anju Dried squid is served with peanuts Squid is roasted with hot pepper paste or mayonnaise as a dip Steamed squid and boiled squid are delicacies In Slovenia squid are eaten grilled and stuffed with pršut and cheese with blitva Swiss chard Seafood stews often have squid In Chinese and Southeast Asian cuisine squid is used in stir fries rice and noodle dishes It may be heavily spiced In Asia squid is grilled whole and sold in food stalls in China Thailand Japan and Taiwan Pre packaged dried shredded squid or cuttlefish are snack items in Hong Kong Taiwan Korea Japan Russia often shredded

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  • Dried Shredded Squid - Mycitycuisine.org
    separated into different parts and skinned cooked cooled grated and seasoned Sugar salt sorbitol sweetener and organic acid is added They are then dried for several hours then aged in a cold room for 2 weeks or longer then dried at a higher temperature It is then machine shredded and seasoned for a second time dried again to a reduced moisture level At this phase the color is yellow or brownish The most common distribution method in today s Asian countries is the pre packaged format The bags are usually sealed airtight to keep the squid chewy and tough Unpackaged versions are much more rare as they have traditionally been available in select specialty shops usually sold next to beef jerky Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Dried Shredded Squid wikipedia org Spicy Shredded Dried Squid petitchef com Stir Fried Dried Shredded Squid madamkwong com edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Dried Shredded Squid Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk

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  • Eggette, Gai Dan Jai, (鸡蛋仔) - Mycitycuisine.org
    kiosks in Hong Kong in the early days The origins of the eggette or gai daan jai which literally translates to little chicken eggs are unknown despite being ingrained in the memories of Hong Kongers young and old One story says the enterprising post war generation created the egg shaped mold to make up for an eggless batter as eggs used to be a luxury Another tale points to street hawkers who bought damaged eggs on the cheap to work them into a batter resulting in the classic golden color of the cake It also is reasonable to suggest that the special iron skillet used to mold the gai daan tsai is a Hong Kong take on the traditional checkered European waffle press Today the two related snacks are often sold by the same stall They are made from a sweet batter that is cooked on a hot griddle a special frying pan with small round wells resembling a Æbleskiver but with smaller and more of the round wells and with them set on hot coals in the fire or more commonly on an electrical heat generator The egg batter is poured over the special frying pan and heated the small ovals of eggettes are thus formed In addition to the conventional egg taste they are also available in a variety of flavours such as chocolate green tea and ginger etc Most pancakes are quick breads although some are also made using a yeast raised or fermented batter Eggettes can be eaten at different times of the day depending on local tradition Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery A Hong Kong street snack stand selling eggettes and other Hong Kong style snacks Hong Kong egg puffs To add a photo please follow

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  • Fish Balls - Mycitycuisine.org
    bamboo skewer with five to seven fish balls These fish balls are usually sold at food stalls There are many stalls which support themselves just by selling this kind of fish ball similar to hot dog stands in the United States The fish balls can be either spicy curry fish ball or milder It is one of the most popular and representative street foods 街頭熟食 of Hong Kong The other kind is bigger in size white in colour made with more costly fish meat and has a considerably different texture and taste This kind of fish ball is usually eaten with noodles at Chiuchow style noodle restaurants and at some cha chaan tengs which also provide beef balls 牛丸 and cuttlefish balls 墨魚丸 Readily available in traditional markets and supermarkets the fish ball is also a popular ingredient for hot pot There are different variations of Fish Balls popular in Fuzhou Thailand Peninsular Malaysia Singapore and Philippines Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Fish Balls wikipedia org Fish Balls chinesefoodrecipes org What are Fish

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