Taste of China 1: Yum Char
- Lo Mai Gai – Sticky rice wrapped with lotus leaf
- Siu Mai – Pork and prawn dumplings
- Har Gow – Prawn dumplings
- Deep fried spring rolls
- Kai Lan – Asian vegetable with oyster sauce
Everyone loves the magic of Yum Char- going to a Chinese restaurant, looking at all the different dishes in bamboo steamers and picking your favourites or trying something new. Now learn how to recreate Yum Char with us!
‘Yum Char’ literally translates to “drink tea”, and the dishes are called ‘Dim Sum’ which translates to ‘touching the heart’ in Cantonese Chinese. It means going to drink tea and eat a number smaller tasty dishes, like a Chinese High Tea!