Vancouver to learn to make Chinese dish

December 3, 2017 by  

Dim sum is a popular dish, and during a workshop that will be taking place in Vancouver, attendees will be given a chance to learn how to make these small bite-sized dishes at home.

This learning opportunity, which will focus on crafting the Chinese delicacies using healthy ingredients, will be taught using hands-on techniques. Students will learn how to make steamed bean curd wraps with mushrooms and pork, steamed rice rolls with shrimp, steamed dumplings with goji berries and wood ear mushrooms, and cakes made from daikon radish, sausages and shrimp.

The registration fee has been set at $50 per person, which will include the cost for the materials and ingredients needed to make these four styles of dim sum. The class will follow a casual agenda, and the organizers have planned for it to be both fun and educational. Lamination can be utilized to prepare recipe cards for an event like this, meaning they will be damaged if they get wet are subject to food spillage during the workshop.

Organized by The True Nosh Company Ltd., the session has been scheduled for January 13, 2018 at 2200 Ontario Street in Vancouver, starting at 11:30 am. Anyone who has questions or who would like to register to participate has been asked to visit the organizer’s website where they will be able to find additional information.