Traditionally the act of eating dim sum accompanied a session of tea drinking, or yum cha. The little dishes that originated in Guangzhou’s tea houses are now a worldwide delicacy.
What You’ll Learn
Using techniques such as baking, steaming, braising, stir and deep frying, you will learn how to concoct elegant dim sum bites. Students will also learn how to stuff and fold dumplings and spring rolls.
Dim Sum A
- Vegetable Spring Rolls
- Wonton Soup with seaweed
- Lotus Leaves Stuffed with Sticky Rice and Chicken
Where's Hong Kong in China
‘Absolutely a must! This is my 5th trip to Beijing and the most memorable. Yes, climbing the Great Wall was truly awe inspiring, but coming to The Hutong makes China come alive. The hosts and staff are gracious and fun. As an academic I know what makes a good class and teacher. Chefs Sophia and Sue rank up there with the greats. I just wish I could have taken even more classes in Chinese Culture.’
-Dr. Marla Sturm, USA