Dim Sum – Taste of China
Date: Wednesday, February 5th
Time: 2:30pm – 5:00pm
Cost: 350 RMB, 300 RMB for members
Closely related to the Cantonese tradition of Yum Cha (Chinese: Drink Tea), Dim Sum are small bite size dishes usually eaten while drinking tea. Yum Cha is a social experience, it is highlighted by the lively atmosphere among the diners, the busy restaurant, numerous choices of delicious food and a relaxing time to reconnect with friends and family.
These small and eye appealing dishes are work of art on their own. Learn with The Hutong Kitchen the unique culinary art marking of Dim Sum, and how to prepare tasty Southern delicacies that are reminiscent of the traditional style Chinese teahouse brunch, without the clamor and bustle.
Our Dim Sum workshop highlights the ingenuity and variety of Cantonese food while steering clear of the more exotic ingredients and focusing on a broad range of cooking techniques, including baking, steaming, braising, stir and deep frying, with an emphasis on bringing out the natural flavors in each dim sum bite. In keeping with Dim Sum’s tea-time roots, each of our workshops will feature a selection of delicate teas, to accompany the dishes.
- Deep Fried Spring Rolls
- Cantonese Wonton Soup
- Chicken & Glutinous Rice Wrapped in Lotus Leaves
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