A favorite appetizer in China, the simple mix of boiled soybeans, salt and Star Anise is the perfect starter.
Baked tofu with lime and soy sauce
The tofu is marinated overnight in sesame oil, lime juice and soy sauce, then slow baked to seal in the citric and salty tastes.
Red yellow Pepper Wrapped Mozzarella with basil
A colorful dish with the smoky taste of bite-sized red and yellow bell peppers, a tangy kick from balsamic vinegar, and topped off with sweet basil leaves.
Wild rice, cranberry and walnuts salad
A good winter dish, with a balanced mix of grain flavours, sweet and sour from the cranberries, and the nutty taste of walnuts. It is also very nutritious, with complementary proteins from the rice and the nuts.
Stir-fried green bean with pickled olive
From Canton (Guangdong) province, the pickled olives add a unique aroma to the beans, which are first blanched in vegetarian stock.
Cream of broccoli soup with goji
Known in the UK as wolfberries, goji are common in China to add "coolness" to a dish and for bright eyes.
Elderflower sabayon with fresh fruit compote
Elderflower liqueur adds a delicate floral flavor and aroma to the sabayon, a creamy whipped dessert, which goes well with fresh fruits for a light refreshing dessert.
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