In this video, I'll show you step-by-step on how to make the authentic Hong Kong Style Eggettes 香港街頭小吃: 雞蛋仔 They are popular street food from Hong Kong. Please see description below on where to get the equipment and ingredients. For more recipes and how-to's, please visit us at http://uTry.it Also, follow me on http://Facebook.uTry.it and http://Twitter.uTry.it I look forward to connect with you! (Click on "Show More" below to see the links and details.) Recipe and blog post: http://goo.gl/fkZDmi Bubble Egg Waffle Pan http://goo.gl/N3Xr7c P.S.: I've found this electric bubble waffle maker online (please see link below). Although it's not the one I use in this video. But I think it's pretty convenience as you don't have to stand around the stove top to make these. http://goo.gl/XTTw3w Tapioca Flour http://goo.gl/CJ1vTh Evaporated Milk http://goo.gl/57oxKk Custard Powder http://goo.gl/hwKgPe Grapeseed Oil http://goo.gl/NjgrTN Pink Paper Baking Cups http://goo.gl/NCcRI9 Music Credit: "Life of Riley" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
Views: 382531 Amy Tong
Viv is back for another Monday Bites! This time, making two types of savory BUBBLE waffles — hold the syrup and butter! Subscribe to our channel to fill up on the latest must-eat recipes, brilliant kitchen hacks and content from your favorite Food Network shows. Watch free FULL EPISODES of Food Network shows: http://www.foodnetwork.com/videos/full-episodes?soc=youtube Like Food Network on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoodNetwork Follow Food Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodnetwork/ Follow Food Network on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoodNetwork Visit Food Network online: http://www.foodnetwork.com
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Today we're trying different kinds of Egg Waffles in Hong Kong! We start off with the original plain flavor and compare it with the Dried Seaweed & Shredded Pork Eggette. For a digestive intermission, we take a stroll through Kowloon Park and soak in the greenery. Note: This travel vlog is a mash-up of the outtakes of my three other Hong Kong vids! Watch to see how these bubblewrap-looking waffles taste like :) The camera I filmed this video with: http://amzn.to/2isP1PK The newer model of my camera: http://amzn.to/2j7X5ES WHERE I GET MY MUSIC: http://share.epidemicsound.com/lRPQQ MORE MINA: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/missminaoh/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/missminaoh Twitter: https://twitter.com/missminaoh Snapchat: MissMinaOh MY KOREA CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/user/sweetandtasty Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something that I have recommended. While clicking these links won't cost you any extra money, they will help me continue making videos. Thank you for your support! #travelvlogger #hongkongtourism #asiatrip
Views: 2269721 Miss Mina
Street Food in China - Street Food in Hong Kong Hong Kong Styles Egg Waffle 雞蛋仔 QQ蛋仔 The waffle shaped like an egg, in Chinese it's call 雞蛋仔 or QQ蛋仔
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CHINESE BUBBLE WAFFLE IN LONDON, HONG KONG STYLE EGG WAFFLE, NUTELLA, STRAWBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, NUTS, CHOCOLATE, An egg waffle is a spherical egg-based waffle popular in Hong Kong and Macau, and is an eggy leavened batter cooked between two plates of semi-spherical cells. They are best served hot, and often eaten plain, although they may be served with fruit and flavours such as strawberry, coconut or chocolate. It is referred to by its original Cantonese name, gai daan jai (鷄蛋仔), and in English, an egg puff, bubble waffle, eggette, pancake balls, pancake waffle, egglet, and puffle. They are sometimes referred to as Hong Kong cakes in Chinatowns across America, especially in New York. One piece of egg waffle can have around 20 to 35 small round 'balls'. Egg waffles are among the most popular Hong Kong "street snacks" and were ranked No.1 in a 100 most popular HK street snack listing. They have been a favoured street snack since their emergence in the 1950s, when they were made with coal fire heating and sold from street kiosks in Hong Kong. Egg waffles are made from a sweet, egg-rich batter that is cooked on a hot griddle, a special frying pan with small round cells (resembling an æbleskiver pan but with a higher number of smaller round cells). The griddle is set on hot coals in the fire, or more commonly on an electrical heater. The batter is poured over the special frying pan and heated; the small ovals of egg waffles are thus formed. The crucial key to prepare a crispy egg waffle is to turn over the pan quickly after the batter is poured into the hot frying pan. This could create an egg waffle that is crispy on top, and cake-like on the bottom. In addition to the conventional "egg taste", they are also available in a variety of flavours such as chocolate, green-tea, ginger, etc. Most batters used in egg waffle are quick breads, although some are also made using a yeast-raised or fermented batter. Egg waffles can be eaten at different times of the day, depending on local tradition. Egg waffles nowadays are being reinvented. Besides the traditional egg waffle, it is common to see them in a variety of flavours such as green tea, chocolate, cheese or purple sweet potato. Egg waffles are also often paired with different desserts like ice cream
Views: 38398 GIRL IN PARADISE
Follow me on Instagram for more updates : https://www.instagram.com/bakingwithmi Please Subscribe for more video: https://www.youtube.com/bakingwithmi Recipe: 140g plain flour 8g baking powder 1tbsp custard powder 28 grams topica starch 2 large eggs 140g white sugar 30g water 140g milk 30g vegetable oil 2tsp vanilla extract Music: Easy Lemon by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a CC Attribution 3.0. http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100825. Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/licenses/.
Views: 25457 Baking With Mi
New ice cream shop features Hong Kong style bubble waffles
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#OriginBubbleWaffles #dessert #foodporn #chocolate Origin Bubble Waffles in Carter Road, Bandra which is known for the Million Bucks Waffle has now come up with the crazy bubble waffles complete with sinful chocolate and real gold and along with it try the splitcup, drinking two of your favorite drinks from one cup, Smoke Snax and Smojitos. Enjoy munching KitKat, Oreos & Bueno Bars while blowing smoke out of your nose & mouth like a dragon. Even more innovative is the idea of serving the split cup smojitos in which you can have the insane combination of Mmmmango & Somewhere Over the Rainbow variants at the same time. You can also try the signature limited edition Look Like a Million Bucks Bubble Waffle garnished with 24 Carat gold edible gold leaf at @origin_bubble_waffles
Views: 101 Franchise Discovery
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Ingredients: 140 grams plain flour 7.5 grams baking powder 1 tablespoon custard powder 28 grams topica starch 2 eggs 120 grams white sugar pinch of salt 28 grams evaporated milk 140 ml water 2 drops coconut extract 28 grams oil small quantity of oil, for greasing the waffle maker ( Refrigerate the waffle batter for at least 1 hour ) Use medium heat to cook each side for 1 to 2 minutes Use a fork to remove the egg waffle from the waffle maker and place it on a cake cooling rack to cool.
Views: 187560 Po Is Fun
Love Bubble Waffles? Here's my simple Bubble Waffle recipe using an egg waffle maker. Now you can make bubble tea AND pair it with a Bubble waffle snack too! Share this video with a friend! ♥ ▶︎ StarBlue Bubble Waffle Maker from Amazon (currently sold out - back in stock around end of April): http://amzn.to/2o7j0N8 ▶︎ Other Bubble Waffle Makers (Both cast aluminum & electric makers In-stock): http://amzn.to/2oZ6e8k ♥ Printable Recipe & Tips on Angel's Blog: http://bit.ly/2ouipbV ------------------------------------ ♥ Subscribe to Angel Wong's Kitchen (Cooking) → http://bit.ly/1HbtZaI Check out Angel's second channel (Tech & Lifestyle): http://bit.ly/angelwong ------------------------------------ ♥ Angel's Outfit of the Day #OOTD from MakeMeChic: http://bit.ly/2p9C3rR Dress - sold out http://bit.ly/2o7jOl1 ------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more Asian & Taiwanese recipes. Follow my cooking adventures on: Instagram http://www.instagram.com/angelcooksfood Facebook http://www.facebook.com/angelcooksfood Twitter http://www.twitter.com/angelcooksfood Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/angelcooksfood Full printable recipes & tips are on my website at: http://www.angelwongskitchen.com
Views: 107380 Angel Wong's Kitchen
Hong Kong Style Bubble Waffle (雞蛋仔) with Red Bean Growing up, Sundays were reserved for visiting grandparents in Chinatown. Being the brats that we were, my brother and I would quickly run out of things to keep ourselves busy in my grandparents’ 500 sq ft apartment. To make us behave, my mom would promise us a stop at Bubble Waffle Lady. Bubble Waffle Lady had a red stall off of Mott Street in Chinatown. She was strategically placed between an elementary school and a church - prime real estate. With three bubble waffle irons going and a crowd of rowdy kids and tired parents swarming her, she would still take the time to get to know every face that stopped by her stall. My brother and I would be memorized by how skillfully she would spoon the egg batter into one bubble waffle iron while flipping a cooked bubble waffle out of another, while still asking my mom how business was going and how my grandparents were doing. Bubble waffles are a nostalgic treat for me so imagine my surprise when I noticed these things popping up all over Instagram. Here’s an easy recipe for Hong Kong style bubble waffles. If you get your hands on a bubble waffle iron, I hope you give these a try. Ingredients: ½ cup of all purpose flour ½ tsp of baking powder ½ tbsp of custard powder 1 tsp of tapioca starch 1 egg ⅓ cup of white sugar 1 tbsp of evaporated milk 75 ml of water ½ tsp of vanilla extract ½ tbsp of vegetable oil ½ cup of anko (red bean paste) More vegetable oil for greasing waffle iron Directions: 1. In a medium bowl, sift together flour, baking powder, vanilla pudding powder and tapioca starch. 2. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together eggs and sugar. Mix in evaporated milk and water. 3. Add the flour mixture and whisk well, make sure there are no lumps. Whisk in vanilla and vegetable oil. Refrigerate batter for at least 1 hour. 4. Brush oil over both sides of the waffle iron. Heat each plate separately over medium heat. 5. Pour about ¾ cup of the batter into one of the waffle iron plates. Rotate plate to spread out the waffle batter. Spoon adzuki beans into each well. Place the other waffle iron plate on top and flip. Cook each side for 2-3 minutes. Lift the top plate and flip the waffle out on a wire rack. Enjoy! Notes: This recipe is for one bubble waffle. Change thing up according to preference. Not a fan of anko? Try chocolate chips or dried cranberries. Want more flavor in your batter? How about matcha or chocolate? Twitter: https://twitter.com/makefoodeatfood Instagram: https://instagram.com/makefood_eatfood Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makefood.eatfood.channel/ Background Music: GlobulDub - Seppuku (Tribute to Nujabes) https://soundcloud.com/globuldub
Views: 5826 Make Food. Eat Food.
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Puffy's HONG KONG style EGG WAFFLE Franchising Business now in the Philippines! Kabuhayang Swak na Swak Introductory Franchise Cost- 200,000 *No royalty fee *Free Training PM us for more info: 0915-3605741 Fb page: http://fb.me/brianruleskitchenette
Views: 3175 Grace Asis
Get a waffle pan: http://amzn.to/2gcY74I Also known as egg puffs, bubble waffles, eggettes, egglets, or puffles, these are a popular sweet snack in Hong Kong and were associated greatly with my childhood. These waffles are crispy on the outside, yet soft on the inside and are lightly scented with a flavorful egg and vanilla aroma. Do give these a try and you won't regret it! Full written recipe: http://isaamuel.blogspot.co.uk/2017/05/egg-waffles-recipe.html FACEBOOK - http://www.facebook.com/isaamuel (Please LIKE!) INSTAGRAM - @iSaamuel RECIPES, TIPS AND DESSERT IDEAS - http://isaamuel.blogspot.com Sunday Spirit by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Please note that affiliate links are used in this description. Thanks for watching.
Views: 61495 iSaamuel
My kids and I had so much fun making these Hong Kong Waffles, Not only are they shaped differently from traditional Western style waffles, the recipe is different also and they taste very different. The machine is very easy to use and you can go online and find lots of different recipes and ideas. This is a great product and fun to use. Please watch the video for more info. Product link... https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01KMOEJ64/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Views: 3094 Diana Anderson
Our Local, Noelle C. (http://samthelocal.com/locals/noellec/), takes us for a behind-the-scenes look at her 2016 and 2017 Michelin Recommended Mammy Pancake in Tsim Sha Tsui. Check out our blog post to learn more about different varieties of eggettes/egg waffles (http://bit.ly/2jlkAJi). Book one of our foodie Locals to show you eggettes and much more! at http://samthelocal.com/locals/. Sam the Local connects you to people so that you have access to word-of-mouth knowledge that can't be found through forums or Top 10 lists. Our Locals build an itinerary based on your interests and then take you for a personalized and authentic experience of Hong Kong. Pick a Local to book for your Outing, and please reach out if you have any questions. Website: http://samthelocal.com/ Email: [email protected] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/samthelocal/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samthelocal/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/samthelocal/
Views: 4791 Sam the Local
Rudie demonstrates how to make a classic Hong Kong street food 雞蛋仔 Little Egg Waffles Ingredients: 1 cup All Purpose Flour 1 1/2 tsp Baking Powder 1/4 cup Tapioca Flour 1 tbsp Custard Powder 2 Eggs 3/4 cup Sugar 30 ml Evaporated Milk 2/3 cup Water 1 tsp Vanilla Extract 1 stick Butter (melted) We used a specialized egg waffle iron but you can also use any waffle iron. The outside should be crunchy while the inside is soft. Don't have tapioca flour? Not a problem, you can substitute with corn starch. You can also substitute custard powder with corn starch and a pinch of salt. We experimented with different oil and decided butter tasted the best. We hope you'll like it too.
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Wowfulls combines a classic Cantonese street food staple, the egg waffle, with an all time popular dessert, ice cream. Their menu currently features the: 1) Original “Gai Dån Jai” Egg Waffles with ice cream topped with fresh strawberries & strawberry Pocky 2) Chocolate Wowfull with ice cream topped with Oreo Cookie Crumbs & chocolate banana Pocky 3) Matcha Green Tea with White Chocolate Chip Wowfull with ice cream topped with mochi & green tea Pocky An egg waffle is a spherical egg-based waffle popular in Hong Kong and Macau and is an eggy leavened batter cooked between two plates of semi-spherical cells. They are best served hot, and often eaten plain. They can also be served with fruit and flavors such as strawberry, coconut or chocolate. It is referred to by its original Cantonese name, gai daan jai (鷄蛋仔), and in English, an egg puff, bubble waffle, eggette, pancake balls, pancake waffle, egglet, and puffle. They are sometimes referred to as Hong Kong cakes in Chinatowns across America, especially in New York. Egg waffle is one of the most popular Hong Kong "street snacks" and were ranked No.1 in a 100 most popular HK street snack listing. They have been a favored street snack since their emergence in the 1950s, when they were made with coal fire heating and sold from street kiosks in Hong Kong. Whatdafunk by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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Action in the Kitchen Traditional Hong Kong Fast Food in the Street
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CHINESE BUBBLE WAFFLE IN LONDON, BUBBLE WAFFLE, LONDON STREET FOOD, NUTELLA, OREO, STRAWBERRIES, CHOCOLATE, An egg waffle is a spherical egg-based waffle popular in Hong Kong and Macau, and is an eggy leavened batter cooked between two plates of semi-spherical cells. They are best served hot, and often eaten plain, although they may be served with fruit and flavours such as strawberry, coconut or chocolate. It is referred to by its original Cantonese name, gai daan jai (鷄蛋仔), and in English, an egg puff, bubble waffle, eggette, pancake balls, pancake waffle, egglet, and puffle. They are sometimes referred to as Hong Kong cakes in Chinatowns across America, especially in New York. One piece of egg waffle can have around 20 to 35 small round 'balls'. Egg waffles are among the most popular Hong Kong "street snacks" and were ranked No.1 in a 100 most popular HK street snack listing. They have been a favoured street snack since their emergence in the 1950s, when they were made with coal fire heating and sold from street kiosks in Hong Kong. Egg waffles are made from a sweet, egg-rich batter that is cooked on a hot griddle, a special frying pan with small round cells (resembling an æbleskiver pan but with a higher number of smaller round cells). The griddle is set on hot coals in the fire, or more commonly on an electrical heater. The batter is poured over the special frying pan and heated; the small ovals of egg waffles are thus formed. The crucial key to prepare a crispy egg waffle is to turn over the pan quickly after the batter is poured into the hot frying pan. This could create an egg waffle that is crispy on top, and cake-like on the bottom. In addition to the conventional "egg taste", they are also available in a variety of flavours such as chocolate, green-tea, ginger, etc. Most batters used in egg waffle are quick breads, although some are also made using a yeast-raised or fermented batter. Egg waffles can be eaten at different times of the day, depending on local tradition. Egg waffles nowadays are being reinvented. Besides the traditional egg waffle, it is common to see them in a variety of flavours such as green tea, chocolate, cheese or purple sweet potato. Egg waffles are also often paired with different desserts like ice cream
Views: 12422 GIRL IN PARADISE
A kind of hexagon waffles, very popular in Hong Kong and Macao, made by eggs, sugar, flour and can be made with a different kind of fruit. A host of people eat it for breakfast and dessert, hot is better, these delicious waffles are called egg waffles, which made by commercial Bubble egg waffle maker. The commercial bubble egg waffle maker from Twothousand Machinery, made of stainless steel, durable material. It has temperature adjust and timer assembled, you are able to set a suitable temperature and time to make the waffle. It takes 3 minutes in making egg waffles, you will not be wasting too much time and labor. This kind of bubble waffle maker is easy and simple to operate. Make recipe by planetary stand mixer or egg beater, use oil brush to brush some oil on the models, put the recipe in it, cover, set time, turn over the pot to bake, open, a delicious egg waffles are made like this. Also, you can add matcha, strawberry, red bean sandwich whatever you like in it, it tastes more delicious. The egg waffle maker is the best assistant for café, restaurant, and some dessert store. Expanse your dessert menus and eat Hong Kong style egg waffles in everywhere that will attract more customers. Making all kind of flavor egg waffle in 3 minutes that do not waste time and satisfy the customer’s needs at the same time, what a pretty thing. Our Twothousand Machinery commercial bubble egg waffle maker has a 1-year warranty, during the warranty time, we will solve the problem for you, we offer the best after-sales service for you. We are a professional Commercial Bubble Waffle Egg Maker supplier from China, Check more info about Commercial Bubble Waffle Maker Machine: https://www.twothousand.com/ce-certified-electric-bubble-egg-waffle-maker-machine-tt-we2210 Our Website: ================================================== https://www.twothousand.com https://www.grand-chill.com Connect with us: ================================================== Facebook: https://facebook.com/twothousandmachinery Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/2000kitchenequipment/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/twothousandco Google+: https://google.com/+TwothousandMachineryChina Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/twothousandmachinery/
Views: 4022 TwothousandMachinery China
My first attempt at making Hong Kong Style Egg or Bubble Waffles! Recipe credit to used: http://en.christinesrecipes.com/2010/09/hong-kong-style-egg-waffle-original.html I followed this exactly, with the exception of substituting custard powder with instant vanilla pudding mix (Jell-O brand), and vanilla essence with vanilla extract. The bubble waffle maker I used was the CucinaPro Bubble Waffle Maker. Link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CDWPFYO/ref=twister_B00CO9BGYE?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Editor: VSDC Video Editor
Views: 4507 Jeannie Trinh
You have not had waffles until you have had BUBBLE WAFFLES! These are so amazing!!! And this waffle maker is amazing! It was so easy to use and the non-stick was impressive!
Views: 11999 DelightfullyDanielle
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My first attempt at making Hong Kong Style Egg or Bubble Waffles! Recipe credit to used: http://en.christinesrecipes.com/2010/09/hong-kong-style-egg-waffle-original.html I followed this exactly, with the exception of substituting custard powder with instant vanilla pudding mix (Jell-O brand), and vanilla essence with vanilla extract. The bubble waffle maker I used was the CucinaPro Bubble Waffle Maker. Link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CDWPFYO/ref=twister_B00CO9BGYE?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Song: Peers - Fairy Tail Soundtrack Vol. 1. Editor: VSDC Video Editor
Views: 228 Jeannie Trinh
Traditional Hong Kong Fast Food in the Street, Egg Waffles
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This bubble waffle is directly derived from the "gai dan jai" sold at almost all street corners in Hong Kong
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The Vagabond Project :: Hong Kong & Beijing Travel Web-Series Webisode #14: This webisode starts up where Part 1 left off! After Millana and local foodie, Sam, eat pig intestines, they head to a hawker stall for a sweet snack, Egg Waffles! Watch as Sam explains the history behind Egg Waffles and continue their trek into Hong Kong food oblivion... http://thevagabondproject.tv http://twitter.com/thevagabondproj http://facebook.com/thevagabondproject About The Vagabond Project: The Vagabond Project is youth-driven, social video initiative that produces travel web series that feature themes such as art, music, culture, nightlife, food, adventure, architecture, people & lifestyles. The Vagabond Project in non-critical, apolitical and showcases positive attributes of a given city, culture or country. For the whole story, visit our website: http://thevagabondproject.tv
Views: 47753 TheVagabondProject
I found this little shop in Newcastle-Under-Lyme, it turns out they have only been open 3 days. They sell Hong Kong style egg waffles and bubble tea. My Blog The Hand That Bites Blog: goo.gl/Ycvsql Social Media Do you use Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thehandthatbites Connect with Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thehandthatbites Tweet The Hand That Bites: https://twitter.com/handthatbitesuk Pin this video: https://www.pinterest.com/handthatbites/ Contact and collaboration: [email protected] Music: https://www.bensound.com
Views: 942 The Hand That Bites
Eggloo has New Yorkers drooling over the latest dessert craze: Hong Kong egg waffles wrapped up in a cone and stuffed with goodies like ice cream, chocolate sauce and chocolate chips. Drooling yet? You will be after you check out this bit of food porn #drool (and be sure to subscribe for more where that came from - http://goo.gl/AaWZHT).
Views: 10574 ZAGAT
Egg waffles are quite possible Hong Kong's most delicious street snack! See how they're made at local favorite Oddies. SUBSCRIBE: http://goo.gl/L18ai9 CONNECT http://www.coconuts.co/tv.html https://www.facebook.com/CoconutsTV https://twitter.com/CoconutsTV http://instagram.com/coconutstv
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Hong Kong Style Egg Waffles 雞蛋仔 Eggette Lab IOI City Mall This shows how to make Hong Kong Style Egg Waffles 雞蛋仔 at Eggette Lab IOI City Mall. This famous HK style waffles or 雞蛋仔 by Eggette Lab IOI City Mall. This version comes with salted egg filling and the Hong Kong Style Egg Waffles 雞蛋仔 is also popular in Malaysia. Hong Kong 雞蛋仔 now comes with many funky flavours.
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After the preparation of the wafer or pancake "Gei Dan Jai" you will also see some octopus grilling and some Dim Sum.
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This is how I made my crispy buttery delicious 😋 Hong Kong custard Egg Waffles 鸡蛋仔 in the comfort of my own home? It's easy and I have made mine without adding unnecessary excessive amount of sugar!!! Recipe is at http://www.bakeforhappykids.com/2017/11/hong-kong-egg-waffles-custard-powder.html Enjoy!
Views: 1263 Zoe Liu
Learn how to make a classic Hong Kong street food right on your stove top! Using Nordic Ware's Waffle Puff Pan, you can make delicious, light and airy Waffle Puffs (aka Bubble Waffles) and top with your favorite toppings. Wrap in a cone and fill with ice cream or enjoy flat with your favorite breakfast toppings. Full Waffle Puff recipe: https://www.nordicware.com/recipe/egg-waffles/
Views: 31380 Nordic Ware
Hong Kong Egg Waffles (Using Pop-cake maker) #takoyaki #popcake #waffles Own pop cake maker here https://amzn.to/2Lj5LK6 https://amzn.to/2J3DuEu Check out my Cake & Cookies playlist here! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHJq9tMRwhwX86vMY7Ex3QmlAoflDpBw Here is a bonus quick recipe this week. Hong Kong Egg Waffles sometimes referred as egg puffs, eggettes or bubble waffles is a popular street food snack . I am so glad I could use my Pop-Cake maker to make this snack! It work really well & I am so excited that I can now make many childhood snacks using this pop-cake maker so my daughter has a taste how it´s like for me during my early years. I ate this when I was in Hong Kong many years ago, it bring back many nice memories when I was in Hong Kong. Traditionaly , a special iron pan is used, it is cooked on stove top. I personaly find it quite heavy for my arm and the heat distribution is not easy to distribut evenly. With this awesome Pop-cake maker, it made the job much lighter & easier. Even my daughter could do it! My daughter find this way of baking super tasty and fun! How to make Hong Kong Eggs Waffles The batter 7⁄8 cup flour (4 oz) 2 tablespoons corn-starch (1 oz) 1 teaspoon baking powder 2 eggs 1⁄2 cup sugar (4 oz) 1⁄4 cup evaporated milk (2 oz) 1⁄2 cup water (4 oz) Directions 1. Combine condensed milk & water, mix all dry ingredients in a bowl, beat eggs & sugar until puffy and stir in everything until a smooth batter. 2. On the Pop-cake maker, grease the cavity (Optional) & fill each hole with batter and let cook for approx. 3 minutes. 3. Using a chopstick or knitting needle, removed the cooked puffs & repeat the procedure, put cooked puffs on top of uncooked batter and cook for another 3 mints.
Views: 38628 Shiokoholics
Find BlanchTurnip: Facebook: http://www.fb.com/blanchedturnip Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/blanchturnip Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/blanchturnip -- Ingredients & Measurements** 3 large eggs 1/2 cup of granulated sugar 2 tbsp of melted unsalted butter 1/4 cup of whole milk 2 tbsp of cornstarch 2/3 cup of all purpose flour 1 tsp baking powder **Recipe and measurements are from NomNomPanda: http://nomnompanda.blogspot.com/2014/05/homemade-eggettes-or-gai-daan-jai.html
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Some say Hong Kong's food scene is worth travelling for. We completely agree! First we discovered the Asian and Western influences of Hong Kong style food, then we set out to uncover more iconic dishes originating from Hong Kong. In Part 1 of our Hong Kong Food Tour we tried the surprisingly tasty snake soup and the scrumptious Cantonese style roast goose. Join us in Part 2 of our Hong Kong Food Tour as we uncover more of Hong Kong's delicious snacks and street food. From the classic tofu pudding to egg waffles with a modern twist, it's all here in our latest episode of Hawker Style, our original travel videos series exploring street food from across the globe. Watch more episodes of Hawker Style: http://goo.gl/v3ziW1 Subscribe to ANYDOKO on YouTube: https://goo.gl/nxiwio ANYDOKO is a digital video channel and magazine dedicated to the visual experience of travel. #ExploreAnywhere FOLLOW ANYDOKO Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/anydoko Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/anydoko Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/anydoko YouTube: https://goo.gl/nxiwio CREDITS Director & Writer: Vikash Autar Editor: James Gilligan Presenter: Dean Vowles Production Company: http://www.radicalorange.tv
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