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Author: admin, 27.01.2015. Category: Organic Food

An interesting snack where you can break them into smaller, bite-sized pieces like this for consumption.
These 3 gems are not related to one another, and the North Point’s famous ‘gai dan jaai’ stall is situated at North Point (duh), six MTR stops away from Central.
Anyway, you can easily find ‘gai dan jaai’ stalls around Mong Kok and elsewhere in Hong Kong. Wanted to do this picture a caption, but to avoid inappropriate censorship, I’d better not. Last but not least, do you recall the etched memories of watching TVB dramas when you see the actors buying round-shaped, pudding-like snacks on a toothpick? Read from somewhere on this corner stall in the heart of Central; this aunty selling a variety of snacks from her stall parked at a very strategic junction on Wellington Street. About HKD 5 each, and did not ignite an electrifying pulse through my system (read : not too sweet) but a warm sensation of standing there amidst civilization yet biting into an age-old classic of a street snack. There are so much more to the snacking scene in Hong Kong that I have barely scratched the surface. I thought long and hard about what I wanted to do with the wonderful  products KOL Foods sent my way and out of nowhere, the idea of the terrine came into my head. I heated the olive oil in a medium sauce pan and sauteed the onions until translucent but not brown.
I sliced up the beef heart and cheeks then pushed them through the grinder at medium-low speed. I lined the bottom of a loaf pan (if you have a terrine pan, you can definitely use that as well) crosswise with strips of chicken skin. I filled the bottom of the pan with a third of the meat mixture, then added half of the pistachios. I covered the terrine with plastic wrap and refrigerated for 8 hours, giving time for the flavors to marinate. I put a piece of parchment paper over the terrine then put a piece of foil-lined cardboard, cut to the shape of the terrine over the parchment paper. I gently wiped the chicken skins with a paper towel to remove any excess fat then sliced into it. Heat the olive oil in a medium sauce pan and saute the onions until translucent but not brown. Grind the meat: slice up the beef heart and cheeks then push them through the grinder at medium-low speed. Line the bottom of a loaf pan (if you have a terrine pan, you can definitely use that as well) crosswise with strips of chicken skin. Place the skins down as close together as possible without overlapping and leave 2 inches of chicken skin overhang on both sides. Fill the bottom of the pan with a third of the meat mixture, then add half of the pistachios. Cover the terrine with plastic wrap and refrigerat for 8 hours, giving time for the flavors to marinate.


Fill the dish with 1 inch of boiling water and placed the terrine in a 350 degree F oven for 1½ to 2 hours. The terrine is ready when an instant read thermometer inserted into the terrine (through the foil) hits 155-160 degrees F. Put a piece of parchment paper over the terrine then put a piece of foil-lined cardboard, cut to the shape of the terrine over the parchment paper.
Run a dull knife around the edges of the terrine to loosen it then place the pan in a casserole dish with 1 inch of hot water for just a minute to loosen the terrine. Gently wipe the chicken skins with a paper towel to remove any excess fat then slice into it.
Our store is stocked with hundreds of Filipino and Oriental products that are also offered for shipping within US and Canada. So either you’re in North Point for some factory outlets shopping on Wharf Road (which we did, but seriously don’t bother), or come here on a solitary purpose for the egg waffles.
This North Point outlet specifically, has branches (more than 7 outlets) all over the place.
But we could not resist strolling our way over to Lyndhurst Terrace again for some freshly baked egg tarts encased in a buttery, cookie pastry. But you know lah … how you would urge your parents to buy the steamed ones in porcelain bowls from random stalls in the market? She had brown and white sugar steamed cake (pak tong kou, wong tong kou) and several other unrecognizable items on display too, aside from the “but zhai gou”.
Spare a day or two completely devoid of tourist attractions (you know lah… the usual haunts like Disneyland, Ocean Park, Lantau Island, etc) and go on a food hunt. The sheer number of bakeries, modern patisseries, the Mong Kok’s classic curry fishballs and stinky tofu stalls, the various ‘tong sui’ outlets, etc. Tai Cheong uses a different type of pastry but I love their custard like fillings which is a totally another kind of egg tart on it’s own. I grew up eating tongue and sweet breads but until recently, I’d never tried the heart or cheeks of a cow. Please note that beef cheeks have alot of connective tissue so try to cut some of that out before grinding. As I pushed the ground meat back through the grinder, I also added the sauteed onions and spices and pushed it through the grinder. You can also use lamb bacon for this recipe but I thought the chicken skins would be a fun new twist. This is a very important step in the process but if you have no time, you can cook the terrine right away. I placed a few heavy cans of tomato sauce on top of the cardboard to weigh down the meat and make it very dense for slicing. As you push the ground meat back through the grinder, also add the sauteed onions and spices and push it through the grinder. Place a few heavy cans of tomato sauce on top of the cardboard to weigh down the meat and make it very dense for slicing.


Tip the terrine to drain any excess liquid then place a cutting board on top of the terrine and flip it over. But of course, where else but to come to the source of this egg waffles madness to sample the real deal? Made predominantly from rice flour and sugar (brown or white), usually studded with intermittent bites of red beans, biting into one of these brought back endearing memories from the younger days. While the entrails and internal organs of the animal are officially called “offal”, I like to call them GOLD!
For Chanukah this year, my parents bought me a meat grinder for my beautiful new KitchenAid Raspberry Ice 5-Quart Stand Mixer and now I finally got to use it! I placed the skins down as close together as possible without overlapping and I left 2 inches of chicken skin overhang on both sides. Some people use a brick but I didn’t have an extra brick lying around so the cans did the trick. My blog, Kitchen Tested, with it’s easy to follow step by step photos and directions, has made a name for itself in the kosher food industry and I'm proud to share my original recipes with you! You can eat this terrine on it’s own cold or toast up some crunchy bread, rub with fresh garlic and eat a slice of terrine on the bread. 6 might be stretching the limit slightly, but the snacking in between meals should be cherished as much. Some may beg to differ, especially those accustomed to the flaky pastry version like this one at Honolulu Coffee Shop.
8 hours later, I removed the plastic wrap, tightly covered the loaf pan with three layers of foil and placed the pan in a casserole dish. KOL Foods sells kosher organic pastured chicken and duck and the only kosher domestic 100% grass-fed beef in the USA. Amidst the seas of people, you’d be hard-pressed not to be thankful that KL has yet to reach that level of congestion. The terrine was ready when an instant read thermometer inserted into the terrine (through the foil) hit 155-160 degrees F. I ran a dull knife around the edges of the terrine to loosen it then placed the pan in a casserole dish with 1 inch of hot water for just a minute to loosen the terrine.
Kam Fung in Wan Chai serves a reputable version too, but comes third when compared to the former two. KOL Foods is also giving away a beef heart, beef cheeks and chicken skins so you can make your very own terrine! Of course, you can use your winnings however you want (braise the cheek, grill the heart and fry up those cracklin’s).




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