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Unique cuisine in Hong Kong: Jurassic chicken

OHTN2017-09-28Aix XinLe

Unique cuisine in Hong Kong: Jurassic chicken

Jurassic chicken is not only the name of domineering, modeling is also creative! Only Jurassic chicken stand very special, there is a special lighting ceremony before eating it, the rose water and pour over chicken skin, lit with a lighter, chicken became a blue-light-elves, after the ceremony, chicken skin more crispy, but also exudes a romantic rose scent.

CateHong Kong's traditional cuisine greaves surface

2017-09-28Aix XinLe34

Hong Kong's traditional cuisine greaves surfaceDiesel side, a traditional Hong Kong cuisine. "Greaves" It left people down with pork fat frying meat residue, while diesel is mainly Shanghai face bottom side coupled…

CateHongkong snacks: Snake soup

2017-09-28Aix XinLe33

Hongkong snacks: Snake soupAlthough Hong Kong is steeped in Western culture for many years, but traditional things still have been well preserved, even in some places can be more traditional than the turmoil ridden continent…

CateSpecial food in Hong Kong: Scallion Crispy Chicken

2017-09-28Aix XinLe33

Special food in Hong Kong: Scallion Crispy ChickenIf you want to taste authentic Hong Kong-style tea, then Tsui Hang Village is a good choice. It is also the award-winning Hong Kong Food Festival regulars, here's three most famous dishes are…

CateSpecial food for Hong Kong: juicy beef balls

2017-09-28Aix XinLe39

Special food for Hong Kong: juicy beef ballsJuicy beef balls, has a long history of traditional Chinese cuisine, as early as in the Qing Dynasty Junji years to see the southern town of Songjiang by Wang's family through a special process and recipes from well-developed…

CateHong Kong cuisine: Chinese and western lobster

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Hong Kong cuisine: Chinese and western lobsterLobster is a traditional premium seafood in the Asian region.It is said that the origin of the lobster is the United States, which later spread to Japan, and then the Japanese imported timber to China…