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Old 04-09-2014, 10:39 PM   #1
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HK-style Baked Spaghetti Bolognese

Anyone got a recipe for that (焗肉醬意粉)? I'm looking for the HK version.
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Don't have a specific recipe for you but this site is great for recipes.
The Best Site For Recipes, Recommendations, Food And Cooking | Yummly

Aside from the large collection of recipes and rating system. It also has a iphone app, which is very convenient and well made app.
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1. get some ground beef, tomato sauce, spaghetti, cheese
2. cook beef with some onion and garlic then deglaze with some of the tomato sauce and stir and let sit for about 10-15minutes
3. cook your pasta and then put on the meat sauce and the cheese on top and place under the broiler until nice and brown.

its pretty much just a basic meat sauce with some over cooked spagetti baked with cheese on top.
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So you want the chinese recipe for an Italian dish?

I have a great African Tartiflette recipe if your interested while were at it.

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Go to Kingspark in Richmond and ask for their recipe.. they make the best version!!
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Being Italian I've had Bolognese for many years. But I love fusion cooking.
What makes HK style different than standard Italian bolognese?
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Being Italian I've had Bolognese for many years. But I love fusion cooking.
What makes HK style different than standard Italian bolognese?
HK style is simplified from a typical bolognese (no carrots, celery, or wine or anything like that). In fact calling it a bolognese isn't really that accurate. It's just a tomato meat sauce (ragu).

The biggest difference IMO is that it is sweeter. The closest I have come to replicating a good HK cafe spaghetti meat sauce was actually using a specific Japanese brand of pre-mixed "spaghetti meat sauce", with a combo of pork and beef.

I have wondered if it would be good to add a bit of campbells tomato soup into it. That would give it that sweetness and thickness
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I wonder if the same type of flavor can be achieved using sweet tomatoes?
My wife made a sauce last night, and it was awesome. All of our standard indredients, with a hint of cilantro. It changed the flavor dramatically, and was really enjoyable.
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Go to Kingspark in Richmond and ask for their recipe.. they make the best version!!
If this place is still around, give it a try:
Hollywood Steak House ????? - Central Richmond - Richmond | Urbanspoon

I remember loving their baked spaghetti and mushroom soup when I worked in Richmond.
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HK style is simplified from a typical bolognese (no carrots, celery, or wine or anything like that). In fact calling it a bolognese isn't really that accurate. It's just a tomato meat sauce (ragu).

The biggest difference IMO is that it is sweeter. The closest I have come to replicating a good HK cafe spaghetti meat sauce was actually using a specific Japanese brand of pre-mixed "spaghetti meat sauce", with a combo of pork and beef.

I have wondered if it would be good to add a bit of campbells tomato soup into it. That would give it that sweetness and thickness
Which brand of Japanese Meat Sauce did you use?
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1. get some ground beef, tomato sauce, spaghetti, cheese
2. cook beef with some onion and garlic then deglaze with some of the tomato sauce and stir and let sit for about 10-15minutes
3. cook your pasta and then put on the meat sauce and the cheese on top and place under the broiler until nice and brown.

its pretty much just a basic meat sauce with some over cooked spagetti baked with cheese on top.
Yup. That. And I don't even add much of anything else to it (Ground pepper and some chicken broth powder), it tastes pretty good.

Sauce can just be any brand tomato mushroom sauce
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Which brand of Japanese Meat Sauce did you use?
Just a grocery store brand (Santoku IIRC). I tried others, but it was the my favourite.
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May I know where can I pick up that brand of tomato sauce ?

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Just a grocery store brand (Santoku IIRC). I tried others, but it was the my favourite.
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In Santoku stores in Japan
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So you want the chinese recipe for an Italian dish?

I have a great African Tartiflette recipe if your interested while were at it.
Pizza:
- Neapolitan
- Chicago style
- New York thin crust

Just like how
- Thai yellow curry
- Japanese yellow curry
- Malaysian yellow curry

they are all very different...
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Hk Yellow Curry too!
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So you want the chinese recipe for an Italian dish?

I have a great African Tartiflette recipe if your interested while were at it.
actually italian get the idea of noodle (pasta) and biscuit (pizza) from china long time ago
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actually most chinese food is actually of turkic origin.
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I was able to make a good replica by using a regular tomato sauce + sugar, worcestershire, MSG, and cream cheese (yes it works!). Base was standard onion+garlic + beef and pork.
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Go to Kingspark in Richmond and ask for their recipe.. they make the best version!!
Agreed. Kingspark's spaghetti bolognese is amazing. I believe they add oregano
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