Fried Rice at Ming Court Wanchai - Ingredients: Foie Gras, Wagyu Beef, Spring Onion, Purple Onion, Chinese Celery, Beans, Egg White, Egg Yolk, Fried Garlic, Rice, Secret Barbecue Sauce
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He treated that fried rice like it was 46 dollars at the end. So carefully eaten.
Glad to see Quang Tran doing ok these days, “QUICKTIME! That’ll be $46 my guy! Hahaha 😃 “
Wow amazing food tour 💓 thanks for the effort you put in this video really enjoyed watching 👍
Pretty sure what makes this high end fried rice is the foie gras and wagyu. I'm not sure if wagyu retains its signature fattiness when you cook it in small cuts like that, however.
He really turn that fried rice into FRIED rice
yay you are in Hong Kong now, looks forward to more Hong Kong food video
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By the time that gets to the table he already lost a bowl worth of rice with all them rice grains he’s spilling 😂
Thanks for the video! It worth every grains of rice....looks delicious.
the only reason this High-end fried rice cost $46 with these Low-end ingredients, is because it's in Hong Kong.
Welcome to HK and hope you enjoy your stay!
Chef:Ok! Thats $50!
Youtube:With some ingredients that fell... $46 its is!
He was so rough with the rice, then realized its short grain rice, its not even jasmine rice. Short grain rice is tougher and harder to break.
That rice was fried into oblivion. So dry, you"ll need a lot of tea of beer to get that down.
we make the high end fried rice at our store too. the different is we use a different soy sauce and we put alittle of it so u can taste all the union, green union and the beef on it. but our price is at 30 not 46
I'll order this fried rice next time when I am in town.
Ok…I’m just here for the fried rice…and some tea of course 🤷🏻♂️ 😁
all you have to know the secret ingredient for this rice was chicken powder haha!
You scared the hell out of that guy in the hat at the end 😅
Yo~ Ming Court is a Michelin 3 star bistro, the $46 price tag is unsurprising
I don't mind having that fried rice for free 👍
At this rate, I’d Uber another fried rice for $45.
I have seen it done in my local takeout place I have seen it done when I do it myself I have seen it done when a good friend who is a chef does it and in no way is this worth $46
I love these hellish portals they use in asia for cooking. Like i'm just waiting for frodo to throw the one ring into that thing xD
I'm surprised he didn't fry the plate.
That is not high end but a expensive fried rice. I'm not a chef and I can easily prepare a $460 fried rice.
The price had nothing to do with the fried rice being high end and had everything to do with it being in HK.
We need @Uncle Roger to review this!! 😃😃
You can tell the person at the end freaked out a little 😄
Wow 46$ and you forgot the most important ingredient, MSG,, also you forgot about 5$ worth of rice in the Wok 😋 I want every single grain 😁😂
Kinda underwhelming.......yes, yes, it has foie Gras and wagyu, yes, yes, I know.....
But I think you'd agree that if you went to Hong Kong and spent $46 USD and was presented this dish.....you'd feel a little disrespected lol
You can laugh about the price and all that as much as you want - I am happy to see this, I would have always been curious what's the difference to demand this amount of money. Thank you for showing!
The way he's working that wok is kinda mesmerizing lol
Looks like the rice was still warm, looked like there was still steam coming out of it.
And soy sauce on top of the rice?
Gotta let that soy sauce sizzle on the side of the wok for better flavor.
Definitely needs MSG.
Tanta cosa para el arroz cantones del chino en Costa Rica, y la promo de 2 en ¢5000 👌🏼
One thing that I've never quite understood is the "pow action," which is when the chef agitates the contents of the wok by lifting it slightly off the burner and jerking the wok back and forth. I looked at the contents carefully in the video; and, the goal of agitating the contents, the tossing and mixing of the grains of rice and the other ingredients, was better achieved by simply using the wok spatula. To me, the pow action is unnecessary and a more messy technique. Plus, by taking the wok off the burner, even though it is relatively short in duration...it also takes the contents further away from the heat source. I mean, it's a showy action and looks good. But, the wok spatula seems to do the job as well if not better in my opinion.
I thought you are supposed to add the soy sauce to the wok’s surface instead of rice ?
This kitchen is too spacious to be in Hong Kong lol
*Someone please explain to me why the exorbitant price for the fried rice! There is a simple reason why they called fried rice "fried rice"!*
I mean, does shredded wagyu meat taste much better than an shredded usual meat?
I'm sure it tastes great, but $46 is a steep price for some fried rice.
I love fried rice...
So it’s the foie gras and wagyu that make it $46? I guess…as long as the wagyu isn’t overcooked or something.
LOL...the title should be "Overpaying for an $8 dollar fried rice"!
What type of oil is he using? It looks like liquid gold haha
I can make 20 pounds of fried rice for $50…..
I'll take my $10 fried rice, thanks
Perhaps the high $46 was also chefs' fee for allowing him in the kitchen filming lol!
How high can the price of this so called "high end fried rice"get??
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