Dim Sum Chinatown Dumplings
Yum Cha which consists of taking tea, catching up with friends and eating tasty bite-size morsels, has long been a popular Cantonese style of dining.
Yum Cha culture started hundreds of years ago when tea houses opened to provide traders with a well earned place of rest and some sustenance while they traveled along the Silk Road.
Dim Sum restaurants serve a never ending parade of goodies on their carts from dawn to dusk all over the world. We have gathered an amazing array of snacks to “touch the heart” in this delightful class.
Professional Dim Sum chefs today, train and practice for years to perfect folding and pleating. But in this class, combining long-established Dim Sum methods with our own techniques will enable you to easily create amazing flavours and textures at home.
In every class, our talented team are committed to ensuring you learn, and are inspired by, their teaching. We are qualified chefs and love what we do. Meet our bunch (of friendly coconuts) below.
We will teach you this art so you finally have the skills, know-how and recipes to cook with conviction. It becomes easy and pleasurable. You’ll be able to successfully prepare and enjoy fresh and exciting meals at home whenever your heart desires.At Matters of Taste, we specialise in teaching people the skills to cook beautiful fresh food at home every day.
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What will you learn?
- Bau, fluffy Cantonese Steamed Pork Buns
- Guotie, Pot Stickers a Northern Style dumpling filled with tender prawns
- Cheong Fun, long, duck filled noodle roll
- Crispy Fried Szechwan Salt and Pepper Squid
- Pots of refreshing Green Tea