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Casual Dim Sum Meal
Casual Dim Sum Meal

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Eating Dim Sum
Eating Dim Sum

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Casual Dim Sum Meal
Casual Dim Sum Meal

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February, Love Is In The Air

a bit about your dishes

The Chinese have their lantern festival 15 days after the Chinese New Year, and it is considered the festival for lovers, as there is a long tradition of young men and women going out at night to enjoy the lantern display and having fun. Let’s celebrate love together!

 

Finger Licking Chicken Wings

Chicken wings are popular party food in China, this is dish perfect for sharing. The spices cumin and coriander deeds which we normally associate with Indian and middle east cuisine, have been used in Chinese cooking for thousand of years.

 

Egg and Wild Leek Filled Pancakes (菜盒子)

My granny used to make these delicious pancakes with Chinese chive and eggs, this is the closest replicate I can find with local ingredients. You are welcome to share a bit of my childhood taste memory.

 

Crispy Fried Mushrooms

This light and crispy batter is popular in China for coating all kind of ingredients, from meat to root vegetables, this mushroom version is loved by Northern Chinese people.

 

Stewed Beef with Tomato and Potatoes Chinese Style

Chinese people love to use beef brisket for stewing, the fat and tendons adding so much flavour into this slow cooked very tender beef dish. It is very satisfying having this steaming hot stew over a bowl of warm rice.

 

Guo Bao Meat (Sweet and Sour Pork Slices 锅包肉)

This is a famous dish from the far north of China. The pork loin is tenderised then fried very quickly. The crunch of the bater, the softness of the meat and the sweet and sour of the sauce all come together to give you a satisfying mouthful.

 

Aubergine and Chilli Stir Fry

We love to cook aubergine with garlic but always making sure it is not overpowering, so you still can taste the sweetness in the aubergine and fresh green chilis.

 

Bacon and Green Beans Omelette

Another Cantonese dish. You get meat, veg and eggs in each bite, the slight crispy outside edge of the eggs, the softness of the green beans, and bursts of garlic flavour, are all so wonderful.

 

Boiled Jasmine Rice

Every self-respected Chinese home cook must be able to make perfect boiled rice every time, it should be light, fluffy, not too soft not too hard, white and fragrant.

 

Sago Mango and Coconut Cream (Yang Zhi Gan Lu 杨枝甘露)

This is a famous Hong Kong desert, it is name after the Mercy buddha, meaning it is a welcome cooling addition of a meal.

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