How KFC China Acquired its Egg Tart Recipe



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The Macau egg tart was invented by a British guy in 1989, which started a new dessert craze across East Asia. This is the little-known story of how his ex-wife took the recipe and sold it to KFC.

If you want to learn more about the egg tart history, here’s an article that talks about how Macau got its famous Portuguese egg tart:

Written by: Dolly Li and Clarissa Wei
Voiceover: Arthur Chong
Produced by: Clarissa Wei
Shot by: Mario Chui and Nicholas Ko
Edited by: Nicholas Ko
Mastered by: Victor Peña
Featuring: Lord Stow’s Bakery ( and Margaret’s Cafe e Nata

Music: Audio Network

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  • had no idea how surprisingly new egg tarts are!

    Kylin April 25, 2020 11:22 am Reply
  • Yum

    SatiZfies April 25, 2020 11:22 am Reply
  • I get what cultural appropriation is now lol

    Marco Hubrão April 25, 2020 11:22 am Reply
  • Stephanie Soo talked about your channel so I was curious. Started with the boba tea video and now I'm here and it's almost 3am here for me. Your channel is really interesting!
    By the way, I'm a Portuguese born Chinese so…. I gotta say it I am not a fan of the KFC egg tart. It's soooo not an egg tart. But still very interesting story that I didn't know!

    Luana Zhang April 25, 2020 11:22 am Reply
  • Ridiculous! It is the Portuguese recipe with the same look and the same result.

    sergioreinert April 25, 2020 11:22 am Reply
  • How much of a colonialist complex asshole do you have to be to name yourself lord and make it the name of your restaurant

    Damien Manh April 25, 2020 11:22 am Reply
  • With the dropped enouciation of the r sound sound in tart, he could almost pass as a Bostonian – “I pahked my cah in Hahvahd Yahd”. 😉😉

    Jimmy April 25, 2020 11:22 am Reply
  • Fascinating back story

    Crystal Clues April 25, 2020 11:22 am Reply
  • Amazing! Would love to hear about the history of dim sum.

    Andrew Chang April 25, 2020 11:22 am Reply

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