Clay pot rice is a classic Cantonese dish often enjoyed in the winter. The name refers to the way it’s cooked—with rice, meat, and vegetables all heated inside a clay pot.
We went to Hing Kee, a restaurant in Hong Kong that’s been serving hearty bowls of clay pot rice since the 1980s, to see how it’s made.
0:53 What is clay pot rice?
1:13 How it’s made
2:25 What makes a perfect clay pot rice?
2:55 The history of clay pot rice
4:25 Making clay pot rice hip for the younger generation
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Fixer: Nicholas Ko
Producers: Xin Fang and Tiffany Ip
Videographers: Nicholas Ko and Joel Roche
Editor and Narration: Nicholas Ko
Animation: Stella Yoo
Mastering: Joel Roche and Victor Peña
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