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Beef Brisket in Clear Broth (清湯牛腩)

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This beef brisket in clear broth dish goes perfectly with vermicelli or egg noodles. Just add a few bunches of Chinese bok choy and cook in the soup. Then you and your family can enjoy a tasty light meal.

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I had luck to spot this lean beef brisket from a nearby Asian butcher. Why not got some back home and cooked up for hubby as he’s a big fan of beef brisket?

Every time I cooked beef brisket, I’d make the traditional flavoursome stewed beef brisket in Chu Hou sauce, a fool proofed dish for anyone who wants to try Hong Kong cuisine.

This time I tried another classic beef brisket soup dish that I grew up with and it’s still popular in Hong Kong. The cooking method for both mentioned dishes is similar. As for making this beef brisket soup dish, the key to success is preparing a delicious clear soup base, not a cloudy one.
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Baked Honey Lemon Chicken Drumsticks

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What we loved about these baked chicken drumsticks is their juicy and succulent meat with tasty lemon and honey sauce.

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No matter tucking in with our clean hands or knife and fork, we felt the finger lick'n drumsticks are so good.

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To make this dish, either for your family or party finger food, it won’t be wrong at all. One side note, either thawed (if frozen) or fresh drumsticks can be used to make this delicious dish.
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Borscht Soup with Garlic Bread Recipe

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Borscht (or Borshch) is a hearty beetroot vegetable soup considered to originate from Ukraine or Eastern Russia. Can’t you believe it? It’s very popular in Hong Kong, yet with a tweak of adding more flavours. It's wonderfully tasty indeed.


You’ll easily find Borscht in the set lunch/dinner menu of cafés run by Hong Kong people. They often use beef soup and add some tenderized beef chunks going with all kind of vegetables.

You might think it’s not that kind of original Borscht, but many Hong Kong people like having some meat or bones to cook soup. My family also likes to have a piece of toasted garlic bread to go with this soup. We just feel that we don’t need anything else, totally satisfied.
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Kimchi (Easy Recipe)

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Kimchi is a well-known Korean side dish. I always wonder why Korean people are so fond of this dish and consume it almost everyday. Armed with this easy recipe, you can make kimchi at home. It's not that difficult as you thought.

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Once I tried kimchi, I just fell in love with its complex flavours. Taste-wise, it’s spicy, salty and sour, mingled with a pinch of sweetness and umami. It gives you a cleansing feel. So it’s very suitable for being served as an appetizer.
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Singapore Chilli Prawns

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This Singapore chilli prawn dish is one of my favourite seafood dishes. The prawns are succulent and taste so wonderfully good with the home-made delicious sweet chilli sauce. This dish is really quick and easy to make.


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It tastes salty, sweet and sour with a hint of hotness. No worries, the hotness is very mild. My family found it’s just right. Having said that, you can adjust the amount of red chillies and ginger according to your preference.
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Japanese Ginger Pork

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If you’re a spicy food lover, I strongly recommend this dish, ginger pork. Generously garnish with more freshly grated ginger on top of the fried pork, that will entertain and make your taste buds dance.

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I love the hot, spicy taste of ginger. Even though the ginger here in Australia costs very expensive, nearly an arm and a leg, I still love using it generously in my cooking. Its health benefits are huge. It helps cure a variety of gut problems, like acid reflux. That said, it can kill cancer cells.
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Braised Kimchi, Radish and Pork Ribs (Pressure Cooker + Stove Top)

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Pork ribs often need longer cooking time on stove top, but that will be shortened a lot if using an electric pressure cooker, like Instant Pot. No matter what kind of cooker you got, you can try this simple yet delicious dish without any fuss. Stove-top instructions are included beneath though.


Kimchi is a traditional Korean side dish, yet quite versatile to be used in making various delicious and healthy dishes. By adding some Kimchi in soup, it helps to create a depth of flavours, and the whole dish becomes very appetizing.

The natural sweetness of radish is blended so well in the pork soup. The slightly tangy taste of Kimchi will intrigue you to want more.

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