Helen Chen’s Potsticker Workshop (Hands-on)
By popular request, we are offering a golden opportunity for you to learn how to make your own traditional potstickers, also known as Peking Ravioli, a name coined by Joyce Chen over 60 years ago when she introduced them in her Cambridge restaurant. Asian culinary expert, Helen Chen, will teach you how to make the traditional pork filling her mother, Joyce Chen, taught her and a second meat filling using low fat ground turkey. You’ll learn how to hand form these famous dumplings and how to cook them three ways — pan-fried, boiled and steamed. The uncooked dumplings also freeze easily to enjoy months later. The dipping sauce will also be included. Everyone will have an opportunity to make their own potstickers to take home for cooking or for freezing.
Date of class: Wednesday, January 17, 2018 | 6:30-8:30pm
Cost: $85 each student
The daughter of Joyce Chen, and widely acknowledged in the United States as an expert on Chinese cooking, Helen brings her Asian expertise to the art of cooking. She understands the needs of the American cook as only a native can, yet she is intimately knowledgeable about the culinary practices and philosophies of Asia. helensasiankitchen.com
Cancellation policy: We understand that plans change, and things come up. We offer a full refund if class registration is cancelled up to 2 days prior to class. If cancelled within 48 hours of class, your refund, less a $25 fee, will be returned in the form of original payment.