Taste Hong Kong | Hong Kong Food Blog with Recipes, Cooking Tips mostly of Chinese and Asian styles

Chinese Taro Cake (aka Yam Cake or Wu Tao Gao 芋頭糕)

Steamed Chinese Taro or Yam Cake (Wu Tao Gao  芋頭糕)

This crisp fried dim sum is easy to miss in Hong Kong nowadays.
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How to Stuff Tofu with Fish Paste

How to Stuff Tofu with Fish Paste
You only need to cut a slit halfway down the centre of tofu slice , thus give us an opening for easy stuffing. ...

Pumpkin Sweet Rice Pancake, Chinese Style

Pumpkin Sweet Rice Pancake, Chinese Style
Fried, the pancakes shall be slightly crisp on the surface and delicately sticky inside, resembling a piece of fried Chinese Nian 年糕. ...

Crustless Quiche with Miso and Broccoli – Vegetarian Style

Crustless Quiche with Miso and Broccoli – Vegetarian Style
The fermented bean paste (miso) here lends the quiche a different flavor, making it doesn't taste like a meatless dish. ...

Grilled Mackerel (Saba) with a Daikon Dipping Sauce, Japanese Style

Grilled Mackerel (Saba) with a Daikon Dipping Sauce, Japanese Style
With the acidic dipping sauce, you shall find the oily mackerel appetizing than feeling it greasy. ...

Easy Homemade Yogurt: How I do it with a Thermal Cooker

Easy Homemade Yogurt: How I do it with a Thermal Cooker
This method keeps the cleaning to a minimum so I don’t mind making it more frequent and enjoy the freshest yogurt every time ...

How to Oven-Roast Bell Pepper, and Tweak it into Sashimi, Vegetarian

How to Oven-Roast Bell Pepper, and Tweak it into Sashimi, Vegetarian
The bell pepper is roasted to velvety soft and has its flavors get deeper. Serve with a sauce made from kombu, its flesh tastes almost like sashimi. ...