Macau – Portuguese Chicken

July 20, 2009
In Macau, you can enjoy both Chinese and western style food. Since Macau was ruled by the Portuguese for over 400 years, it influenced the food culture quite deeply. Therefore, the most representative of local food is Portuguese Cuisine and when in Macau should never miss it.
The above Portugal Chicken, feature in Asia Food Network,  is a major dishes in Portugal. This dish combines the diet culture of India and Africa, and is characterized by freshness and lasting aroma. If you like coconut cream, you would like this dish. It might look spicy, but it is not spicy at all.

 

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July 8, 2009

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Taiwan Street Food – Fruits

July 8, 2009

Most of us are careful when we are eating fruits in a foreign country. In Taiwan, it is save to eat fruits sold on the streets because they have strict regulations to ensure food are prepare in clean methods.

I tried this cherry tomato served with preserved plum. The vendor cut a slip in the cherry tomato and squeeze in a piece of preserved plum. A great combination that create sweetness.

Taiwan Street Food – Fried Stinky Tofu

July 7, 2009

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This is the fried version of the Stinky Tofu. I like this the most because it taste just like normal tofu but with a hint of “dirty water smell”. Add chili and it is the perfect quick snack.

Taiwan Street Food – Vegetable Wraps

July 7, 2009

Another must try night market street food to try in Taiwan is the Vegetable wraps. It is using the same wrap used for Deep Fried Spring Roll, but this wrap is not fried. It is wrap with vegetables, meat and lots of peanut crunch. It has a slight tint of sweetness mainly from the sauces that they apply on the wrap. Must Try!

Taiwan Street Food – Stinky ToFu

July 6, 2009

Yes, it is really stinky. If you are not familiar with this dish, you will smell a foul odour when you are walking in the night market. It looks just like tofu, but it stink. You have to try it to appreciate the taste. I tried the grilled version at Shi Ling Night market. Add Chili and other sauces on it. You will love it 🙂 or Hate it

Taiwan Street Food – Crispy chicken Chop

July 3, 2009

Taiwan has a very diverse Street food culture. From the traditional flair to the innovative creative treats. They are fast and convience but with strong followers willing to queue up for their favourite stall.



This is one of the most famous Chicken chop stall in Shi Ling night market. The chicken chop nicely fried to retain the juicy and tenderness. While the outer crispy skin is covered with pepper and chili powder.

Food

July 3, 2009

Food! we have them everyday…. but we don’t recognise the value of it.

Food can make one Happy, fulfilled (both physically and mentall). Some people depend on it for income, while others taste food for pure enjoyment.

Food has a wide spectrum from diverse culture and religious.

Enjoy Food with open mind and you will appreciate the culture and origin.