Oven-Steamed Mushrooms in Black Pepper Oyster Sauce

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I have to thank my sister for this recipe. Couple months ago, Bryan and I hosted a small Hong Kong style BBQ party in the yard. My sister suggested to make this mushroom packets for the party. We did it over the grill and they were fantastic! The mushrooms were juicy, earthy, Unami with a kick of black pepper. Everyone loved them and wished there were more.

I can’t start on the grill every other week just for the mushrooms, so I decide to do the packets in the oven. It turned out perfectly and just as tasty. This is a really great side dish! Those mushroom juice is so good with steamed rice. Nom nom nom…

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Beef Rolls with Enoki

Enoki mushrooms are thin, white and long. They are very healthy and full of antioxidants. This is a very common dish in Hong Kong. The black pepper sauce is the key of this dish. Since the beef and mushroom has no season, the black pepper sauce keep the beef moist and flavorful. The only problem is buying thinly sliced rib-eye beef. I bought them in Chinese supermarket. But if you can’t go to Chinese supermarket, you can probably ask your local butcher to slice your rib-eye thin.

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Lemon Pepper Honey Toast

I found this recipe by watching a Hong Kong cooking TV show. At first, I was a bit hesitated with the combination of the flavors. But it came out to be amazing! The more I eat it, the more I like it. The butter was creamy, sweet, tart, and a pinch of kick from the black pepper. It is the perfect side dish. This recipe is so simple, and you can definitely make ahead. Give it a try.

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