Sang Kee’s Fresh Fish Soup Bee Hoon at Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Island (上环生记鲜鱼汤米线)

“This is one of the good meals, if healthy and light soup dish is your No.1 choice, try Sang Kee Fresh Fish Soup Bee Hoon!”

This actually was our very first meal (before having afternoon tea at The Peninsula Hotel) upon arrival, right after settling our accommodation at the nice hotel located at Tin Hau area (location next to Causeway Bay). Yes, we went to Sheung Wan area first after the check-in, not just for this recommended healthy lunch, we had several things to get from this area, too. The best soy sauce from a traditional shop nearby, and boots from a road store selling at very reasonable price as compared to many other places were on my list.

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Afternoon Tea at The Lobby @ The Peninsula Hotel, Hong Kong

“Enjoy luxury afternoon tea in this elegant rendezvous at The Peninsula Hotel, HK (香港半岛酒店)”

Hi! Even though it has been more than 3 months since I came back from Hong Kong trip, I have not blogged anything about it yet, except that some photos were taken and posted up instantly on my FB Fan Club.

If you are going to visit Hong Kong soon, you may check out my suggestions on some good eating places I have posted a year ago, and do stay tune for more! And for now, I have this post to start with..

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Steamed Winter Melon and Clams Soup

“Healthy seafood soup dish, loved its subtle and soothing flavour”

Healthy seafood & melon soup which was done with steaming method. Not the usual boiling stuff direct from the stove though, soup made from steaming method yields very smooth mouthfeel. It gives a very soothing effect to the throat and even the entire body. Hubby who does not really like clams, loved this. He well commented the subtle flavour of the soup without a trace of ‘fishy taste’ which usually found in the clam. Winter melon in the soup was very soft, too.

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Ice Blended Lychee Juice

“Something simple to prepare at home to refresh and quench your thirst in the sunny afternoon.”

Really occupied recently, apologise if you have waited for me to update my blog.. As much as I wished to write better recipe for you, I was really tied up with my work and personal affairs. Please don’t mind, if I posted a simple drink recipe for today.

A icy fruity blended drink for the hot weather!

Ingredients
1 can of lychees, retained the syrup in can
1 cup of ice cubes

Utensil/ Equipment:
Eletric Blender

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Stir-Fried Spinach with Stewed Pork Chops

“Simply delicious spinach dish. Many may know how to cook it, I have some tips to share, in case you wish to know..”

This is one of the recipes you can easily adapt at home. Simple, quick and easy.

I wouldn’t say it is the most healthy dish, despite the use of nutritious spinach greens here. It’s because I added canned stewed pork, for its flavourful taste to enhance the overall taste of this greens dish.

We liked this as it makes the vegetables dish much tastier, even for hubby who does not take greens. Such combination may easily hook up one’s appetite. So as to my family.

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Fragrant Stir-Fried Bitter Gourd with Duck Egg

“Don’t hate bitter gourd. It’s nutritious and delicious. Best to cook and have it at home with my Secret Recipe!”

Hubby’s favourite ‘rice with dishes meal’ will be such a combination of curry chicken, egg and bitter gourd dish with a large plate of steamed white rice. So, these few dishes have been my favourite dinner dishes to be cooked at home for years. Just because I cook these for many times, I have to vary the cooking method of these dishes with some new ways, sometimes.I cooked stir-fried bitter gourd with black beans, and now, I would like to introduce another fragrant and delicious bitter gourd dish here. Don’t look at this bitter gourd dish that way, please~ This bitter gourd dish tasted so good and NOT bitter at all, even my girl liked it so much! This dish was delicious, soft and fragrant in the palate, with a secret addition, the raw salted duck egg.

I did not use the usual chicken egg to create the egg drop effect in my bitter gourd dish. A ‘preserved/ salted‘ duck egg was used. Need not to pre-boil the salted egg, but use it straight from raw egg, after washing away the layer of muddy salted charcoal coated on the shell. And no worries, this duck egg will not make the dish too salty like tasting the hard boiled salted duck egg. Instead, adding of duch egg makes the dish much more fragrant. Duck egg white was smoother, and its yolk was more moist and fragrant in the palate while chewing it together with the bitter gourd.

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