In the Hong Kong movie The God of Cook (食神) , Stephen Chow finally surprised the judges with the simplest char siu Rice. Char siu means roasted pork with a little sweet taste. Instead of make char siu by oneself — it is a skilled and time-consuming job — it is much easier to buy cooked one, especially in Hong Kong. When having an organic trip, many people like to cook at hostel kitchen. I think it will be more interesting to try to cook the local cuisine with the local food material. In the last post I collected some information about supermarkets in Hong Kong. Today I want to show how to cook the lazy-version char siu rice meal (for 2 person) in 10 mins. It is easy, and delicious.
You need: rice, oil, soy sauce, cooked char siu, vegetable, eggs, tomato, minced pork, fish dumplings (You can find all of them in Park-n-Shop with about HK$60).
- Step 1: Steam the fish dumplings along with rice;
- Step 2: Boil water for the soup, put flavored meat and tomatoes in;
- Step 3: Put boiled vegetable into ice water to keep the green colour;
- Step 4: Fry the eggs;
- Step 5: Heat cooked char siu;
- Step 6: Put things together on rice and add some soy sauce.
And then you can enjoy your meal with friend in hostel!
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