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Last episode we had some of my favourite Hong Kong food, but there's lots more to try.
Let's go.
Locals are in love with tofu and whilst they do enjoy it, there are some executions which I'm not entirely sure about.
One of them is doufuhua, also known as tofu pudding.
So, this place is about soybean everything.
You get your tofu dessert, your fried tofu, your soybean, whatever it is, they've got it.
What they do use is an old soybean mill, so maybe it makes it taste better, I don't know but we'll find out.
So Hong Kongers love this, but I find it the most average dessert you could ever have.
It tastes like tofu just with sugar on top.
Okay, so I'm definitely not a fan of the doufuhua.
However, this next dessert is something I can eat 24/7.
Egg waffles.
The waffles are huge in Hong Kong and they're definitely something you need to have at least once.
You can get them in all sorts of flavours and they're great with some green tea ice cream on top.
Egg waffles are my absolute favourite Hong Kong street food.
You usually get original flavor, it's got like a vanilla waffle flavour, but today I'm gonna try pandan and see how it goes.
Just as good.
The good thing about Hong Kong is that there is literally food everywhere around you.
You'll definitely walk past several open kitchen shop fronts that are grilling and frying some familiar and unfamiliar snacks.
Hello. Hello.
Which sauce is good for tofu?
So street food in Hong Kong is actually illegal, so the closest thing you can get to that are these little corner side stalls that are set up all around Kowloon.
Couple of staples for that, fish balls, known as 'yudaan' in Cantonese.
The famous stinky tofu which smells a lot worse than it tastes.
Squid with mystery sauce which I still never figured out what is in it, but it tastes pretty good.
So there you have it, a selection of Hong Kong style foods, that go beyond just wonton and barbeque pork.
When you come to Hong Kong, definitely try all of these, but maybe not the doufuhua.
It's so disappointing.
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More of the Best Hong Kong Street Food - Featuring Egg Waffles and Doufuha

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Julia Kuo published on June 20, 2019    Julia Kuo translated    Evangeline reviewed
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