- Siu Mai
- Crispy Spring Rolls
- Pot Stickers Dumpling
- Coconut Jelly
Dim Sum (点心 diǎnxīn), commonly translated as “touched the heart” is a light meal eaten from morning to early afternoon with a refreshing pot of Chinese tea. In fact, in Hong Kong (香港) and Guangzhou (广州), going out for dim sum is called “yum cha”, literally “drinking tea”. The snack-sized treats served at Chinese restaurants are actually quite similar to hors d’oeuvres served in a French restaurant. If you have ever been to a Chinese restuaurant for dim sum, you know that are a wide variety of dim sum available such as dumplings, spring rolls and Chinese steamed bread.
This workshop will start with a “Toko Tour”. During this guided tour in our supermarket we introduce the menu and its ingredients. After this introduction participants will go up to the cooking studio to start preparing the dishes.
Lynn Huang, half Korean and half Vietnamese, grew up in New Zealand where she learned about all the different food cultures of Asia. She followed education in hospitality services, but food and cooking were her real passions. In the past years she has been cooking dishes from all over Asia and it is her challenge to prepare them as authentic as possible. She has put together 3 different workshops, a Chinese, a Vietnamese and a Korean. Lynn will show you that preparing Asian food is fun, uncomplicated and delicious at the same time!
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