A popular Cantonese style dish featuring auspicious ingredients with names signifying good business, prosperity and wealth.
Irresistibly wonderful aromas of deep umami flavours intermingling with the sweet scent of the lotus leaves. Sealed within these humble pieces of leaves is a treasure trove of flavours, silently waiting to galvanize your nostrils the moment you unwrap it.
No one will stop at just one bite with this crispy seafood pancake accompanied by a delightful savoury and tangy soy dip! According to the Koreans, savoury pancakes are THE comfort food that should be eaten during rainy days and that seafood pancakes are also best paired off with ‘makgeolli’ (milky rice liquor).
The Taiwanese came up with the idea of adding oysters and braised pig intestines to this simple dish which made it wildly popular.
Most of us love having raw oysters. This recipe is perfect for guys out there who love oysters but can’t stomach them raw.
These delightful oyster party poppers suits every occasion from a casual family dinner to a Saturday night party. Sure to make your guests go wow.
Fried Oyster Cake (炸蚝饼) is also known as UFO due to it’s rounded shape. It’s a snack which is crispy on the outside and yet moist on the inside when done right.
Oyster omelette (耗煎) – There’s very few hawker food fans who have not tried this before. In this video we attempt our own version of this fan favourite!