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Steamed Chinese spare ribs with fermented black beans is quick and easy to make and big on flavour – this no longer has to be a dim sum only dish!

Braised chicken feet in black bean sauce. This much-guarded recipe is one that many Cantonese chefs and cooks take to their graves. 

Steamed beef tripe is prepared by steaming cow intestines in chopped garlic and ginger. This dish’s springy tendrils are best enjoyed piping hot and accompanied by a red chili dipping sauce.

Chicken feet are used in several regional Chinese cuisines; they can be served as a beer snack, cold dish, soup or main dish. They are interchangeably called Fèng zhuǎ (鳯爪, phoenix claws), Jī zhuǎ (鷄爪, chicken claws), and Jī jiǎo (雞脚, chicken feet).

Gai dtai naam, which means “under water chicken” in Thai,  consists of braised chicken in a coarse, aromatic paste.

Dim sum tripe stew, or niu za (牛雜), is pronounced phonetically in Cantonese as ngau tzop(excuse the weird spelling). Like many of these old and classic dishes, there usually is a variety of organ meats included in this dish but over the years, the ingredient list was reduced and became more simple.

Steamed Chinese spare ribs with fermented black beans is quick and easy to make and big on flavour – this no longer has to be a dim sum only dish!

Dim Sum Mix contains:
Ha Kau: an oval shaped shrimp dumpling.
Siu Mai: a round shaped pork meat dumpling.
Ngau Yuk Siu Mai: a round shaped beef meat pasty.
Siu Long Pao: a round shaped pasty with a pointy end, it is filled with vegetable and pork. The dough is broken white of colour. 

Crystal Dumpling is an oval shaped pastry with a pork filling. Flavoured with water chestnut and bamboo. The dough is green of colour. It’s easily steamed. 

Siu Long Pao is a round shaped bun with a pointy end. It is filled with a nice mix of vegetable and pasty pork meat. Flavoured with cabbage. The dough is broken white of colour. It’s easily steamed and served. 

One of the most popular healthy dumplings. One of our best sellers. Renowed all over the world for its taste. Fits in with every taste or moment. For over two thousand years its being served for Emperors and people of good taste everywhere.

Tjin Fan Gor is an oval shaped pastry with a nice shrimp and pork meat filling. Flavoured with bamboo and water chestnut. The dough is white of colour. It’s easily steamed.

Wo Tip is an oval shaped pastry filled with a surprising fresh vegetable and pork meat mix. Flavoured with cabbage. The dough is broken white of colour. It can easily be prepared.

Sui Kau is an oval shaped tastefull shrimp and pork meat dumpling with a fan shaped tail. Flavoured with bamboo and chinese mushrooms. The dough is yellow of colour. It’s well served in soup. 

One of the most popular healthy dumplings. One of our best sellers. Renowed all over the world for its taste. Fits in with every taste or moment. For over two thousand years its being served for Emperors and people of good taste everywhere.

One of the most popular healthy dumplings. One of our best sellers. Renowed all over the world for its taste. Fits in with every taste or moment. For over two thousand years its being served for Emperors and people of good taste everywhere.