What's the 'fight fire with fire' food that'll make you feel hotter?
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[by Lim Jae Ho] In hot summer, there is a way to overcome the heat with the spirit of 'fight fire with fire'. 'Fight fire with fire' means that heat is controlled by heat, and even in the hot summer, people eat hot food instead of cold food to refresh themselves and control the heat. Let's figure out what kind of food is suitable for 'fight fire with fire'.
Malatang is a spicy, tingling and a hot soup with the ingredients you want. It can be eaten with spicy Chinese spices, as well as various ingredients such as lamb, beef, bok choy, cabbage, bean sprouts, and mushrooms. It can be also eaten with meatballs, fish cakes, fried tofu, and more. Let's fight the heat with Malatang boiled with the ingredients you want in a hot, spicy soup in the hot summer.
Yeonpotang, a soup that raw octopus is boiled with various vegetables, is also well known as a summer health food. It is a soup with garlic, chives, sesame oil, and sesame salt after seasoning with salt, and it has an excellent taste with hot but clean taste. If you prefer to plain soup, make yourself healthy with Yeonpotang is one of the best ways. Let's beat the heat with a neat and plain Yeonpotang.
Chicken is a food that cannot left out for healthy food. Let's fight the heat with Goobne Chicken. Goobne Chicken's best-selling original menu is an addictive chicken as a juicy chicken with a plain taste. It is good for people who like plain taste because there are no likes or dislikes. As it also goes well with any sauce, it is good to eat with. Red Pepper Basasak is a spicy chicken, suitable for spicy taste and 'fight fire with fire'. Let's meet Goobne Chicken at the Tsim Sha Tsui branch, Hong Kong, and win the heat. (Photo Credit: Kurly, G Market, Goobne Chicken Official Web Site)