Hot pot, also known as steamboat, refers to several East Asian varieties of stew, consisting of a simmering metal pot of stock at the center of the dining table. While the hot pot is kept simmering, ingredients are placed into the pot and are cooked at the table (wikipedia).
|Hot Pot filled with Chicken Soup and grill pan|
|Fish balls, squid rings, stuffed tofu, fish cakes etc|
|Tofu and Veg.|
|Hot Pot cooking|
|The floating seafood market restaurant|
Lunch next day-
|Roast Duck rice|
|Roast Pork Belly rice|
|Roast Pork Rice|
Roast pork belly - The crispy first layer of pork belly skin, the soft second layer of fat and the tender third layer of meat is absolutely mind-blowingly delicious!
Roast duck - The crispy thin layer of skin, taste of thick juicy duck meat teamed with the specially made sauce...eeemmmmmm...
Roast Pork - Roasted to tenderness with a little bit of charcoal taste to the meat. Served with thick dark soya sauce mixed with leftover sauce from the roasting pan. The sweet and savoury taste is a perfect match!
|Carrot and pork rib soup|
|香芋扣肉 - Steamed pork and yam|
|One slice pork, one slice yam|
more to come in part 3..perhaps more Hakka dishes to come...