I was kindly invited to preview a few new products that have been created by Amoy as part of their new ‘Amoyzing’ meals campaign.
The idea is being able to create Asian inspired meals without the hard work as Amoy have carefully hand-selected ingredients to do most of the work for you.
We were invited to a private dining experience at The Violin Factory which is a stunning property that has previously been featured on ‘Grand Designs’.
Our first starter were Hoi Sin Chicken Lettuce cups which had been beautifully presented on bamboo leaves. An ideal healthy dish to serve in the upcoming warmer summer months if you’re planning any dinner parties or BBQs.
The chicken was left to marinate in a hoi sin sauce and then served in fresh lettuce cups with a garnishing of sesame seeds.
The second starter served were Chinese BBQ pork buns which had been served in a brioche bun with cucumber and spring onion as an accompaniment. To re-create this dish you can find the recipe on Amoy’s website.
We were lucky enough to have a masterclass with Ching He Huang who put together Cantonese Beef and Black bean noodles using Amoy’s black bean sauce. You can re-create the dish at home by watching the following video.
I was intrigued by the new meal kits created by Amoy. The easy meal is a perfect after-work recipe that is ideal for those lazy evenings. For a step-by-step recipe video, click here.
You don’t need many ingredients as you’re provided with the vital ingredients inside the kit such as coconut milk, rice noodles, laksa paste and even garlic and pepper seasoning. All that’s needed is prawns, green beans and red pepper. The great aspect of these kits, is that you can adapt them to your taste. If your not keen on prawns simply use an alternative meat/fish and the same for the vegetables.
I had an ‘amoyzing’ time at the Amoy event and would like to thank both Amoy and Ching He Huang for showcasing Amoy’s new product range and for cooking for us.