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The Ultimate Lo Ma Gai, Ma Lai Gao, Ham Sui Gok with Michelin Star Dim-Sum Chef

12 Oct 2019 (Sat), 1pm - 4.30pm

$197.99

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Book by 30 Sep 2019 to get 10% early bird discount.

 

Learn to master the art of dim sum with Michelin Star Dim-Sum Chef who has more than 18 years of experience under his belt. You will learn the ultimate restaurant quality recipe and all the little details to create the perfect dim sum. Seemingly challenging, once you understand the steps, they are easily done and can be often repeated at the comfort of your own kitchen to wow your guests. 

 

Class will be taught in Mandarin and translated to English. Recipe will be written in both Mandarin and English.

 

The Ultimate Lo Ma Gai/Hor Yip Fan (Lotus Leaf Rice) 荷香珍珠鸡

With more than 15 years of experience as a dim sum master, Chef Fu will share with you the exact method how to create authentic, restaurant-quality Lo Mai Gai (糯米鸡). Lo ma gai is a popular dim sum dish of steamed lotus leaf stuffed with sticky glutinous rice and other delicious goodies such as fragrant lap cheong/Chinese sausage, tender chicken and mushrooms. Learn from Chef to create the perfect Lo Ma Gai with secret and very tasty marinade for the chicken. This is a recipe that will be repeated it again and again for your family and loved ones!

 

The Best Fried Glutinous Rice Dumpling Ham Sui Gok 咸水角

This is one of the commonly sold items in Hong Kong dim sum restaurant. When it is just out of the kitchen, it has a crispy crust with juicy filling. It is a crunchy snack with sweet skin, salty stuffing, a magical mix. Made with savoury minced pork coated with a semi sweet glutinous rice flour dough, it is a delicious snack that the whole family will like it!

 

Soft, Fluffy, Super Soft Ma Lai Gai, The Traditional Way with Fermentation 马来糕

It is tricky to make a really good ma lai gao. A lot of recipes available online unfortunately yields a mediocre one with not the right texture, fluffiness or fragrance! The key to making good one lies in the batter fermentation and it takes minimum 2 days to make it. Chef Fu serves this fluffy ma lai gao in his restaurant, be sure it is the best one. Learn the ultimate secret to make an outstanding ma lai gao that will sure to impress everyone! You will not regret it!

 

Maximum of 20 participants

 

Chef Fu

 

 

 

 

Terms and Conditions

Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 10 x 15 x 5 cm
Date and Time

12 Oct 2019 (Sat), 1pm – 4.30pm