In Hong Kong, street food is serious business. Street hawkers and dai pai dongs (open–air food stalls) serve locals and tourists day and night. Egg waffles are perhaps the most unique and popular food to emerge from the city.
Strangely, though, the first encounter I had with them was at Beijing International Airport. Served with a disposable plastic glove (they’re impossible to eat with chopsticks) and a cup of Hong Kong milk tea (see page 123), the texture is crisp and light with an aroma of custard.
You will need the right pan to make them. Mine is from Nordic Ware and is available online with international shipping. If you are in Hong Kong, then head to Shanghai Street, where you can pick one up for as little as $15. It is a must–have addition to the kitchen for any cook with an adventurous side.
You can buy your own egg waffle maker online if you have trouble finding one in person. In addition to eating them at breakfast, try rolling the waffles around ice cream in place of traditional cones too.Buy Now ›
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