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A Useful TipRead More
Shrimp dumplings ("Har Gow" in Cantonese), were once voted number 34 on a list of the World’s 50 Most Delicious Foods by CNNGo.com. Dipping your chopsticks in a little water best prepares them for indulgence in freshly made dumplings. This useful tip ensures that the har gow’s sticky skin doesn’t adhere to your chopsticks and you can look like a seasoned professional when enjoying them.
Healing HerbsRead More
For hundreds of years, Chinese people have been using certain traditional herbs in cooking to improve overall health. Medicinal herbs can help to improve circulation, kidney function and the adrenal system, as well as aiding in digestion and the assimilation of nutrients. They also have detoxifying and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help in maintaining a healthy body. The Huang Ting chefs have studied the classic Chinese medicinal dishes, experienced their health effects, and have applied new cooking methods and ingredients to create 14 exceptional dishes including cold appetisers, soup, seafood, pork, beef poultry and vegetables.
Recreating HistoryHuang Ting successfully recreates a genuine ‘hutong’ (courtyard home) look with its heavy studded wooden front door, aged pine flooring and carved timber screens recycled from demolition sites in Shan Xi Province and Beijing, as these historic old courtyard homes continue to be replaced by modern buildings.Read More
The Art Of Dumpling-MakingRead More
The dumpling, or jiaozi, is a staple of Chinese cuisine and particularly of the ever-popular Cantonese tradition of dim sum. Huang Ting’s dim sum chefs are proud to use old-fashioned, traditional techniques in the creation of their top-notch dumplings. At The Peninsula, the chefs value these ancient techniques and continue to perfect them so as to preserve them, particularly for future generations.
The Pride Of BeijingRead More
Authentic Peking duck in the mind of many a gastronome, is one of mankind’s great culinary achievements. In Beijing, it is indisputably the dish of choice of hosts when entertaining business associates and friends from foreign lands. The process of preparing a Beijing duck is complex, yet the result is a quality and flavour that is unique to this great traditional dish. At The Peninsula Beijing, chefs prepare an average of 20 ducks each day, with up to 40 being served up on banquet days.
How to Make STEAMED CHICKEN WITH GINSENG, AWETO, MUSHROOM AND CHINESE HERBSRead More
Chinese herb "Dang Gui"
American ginseng slice
Spotted mushroom dried
Dried aweto Medlar