Welcome to the first ever CTH approved professional culinary courses in Oriental cooking. TV Chef Jeremy Pang heads up the Oriental Culinary Institute in the heart of London's Covent Garden. Our new website is close to launching and will form the professional side of School of Wok cookery school in central London.
Thanks to the London branch of Art Vader Motion for the great job! You can find out more about this up and coming video production company on their website: www.artvader.eu They have just hit the UK market so please, feel free to share their details!
@ChefJeremyPang showcasing his dim sum making skills this time making Baozi. Interested in dim sum recipes, join us for a class @schoolofwok
Head Chef Jeremy Pang along with his mentor and expert noodle-puller Kampo (www.schoolofowok.co.uk) on Channel 4's 'Sunday Brunch' show the viewers the ancient art of hand pulled noodles.p>
Jeremy talks through Kampo's ancient technique of how to make hand pulled noodles from scratch.
Expert Chef Jeremy Pang from School of Wok shows us how to make Xiao Long Bao. Sometimes referred to as 'soup dumplings', Jeremy's Xiao Long Boa recipe, is easy to follow. The video shows you how to make the perfect dumpling, with in-depth descriptions on rolling and pleating techniques - which will have you serving up delicious Chinese dumplings in no time.
@ChefJeremyPang showcasing his dim sum making skills with delicious fluffy buns filled with a classic bbq pork. Interested in dim sum recipes, join us for a class.
Watch how @ChefJeremyPang trasnforms humble vegetables and tofu onto a gourmet dish using the exclusive XO Sauce. All ingredients are from @LondonChinatown.
@ChefJeremyPang show us how to make his own take on crispy duck breast pancakes. The perfect recipe to make at the comfort of your home
Say no more... it's an amazing invention from team School of Wok... Buttery, chocolatey spring rolls dipped in rasberry coulis... they just melt in the mouth!
Finely chopped up bbq steam pork buns (Char Siu Bao), using ingredients from Lee Kum Kee and Ming Foods - part of the hit 'Chinese Unchopped' traditional Chinese cooking series.
Classic Hong Kong street food with a bit of kick from the king of all Lee Kum Kee sauces... This stuffed vegetable dish is perfect for pescatarians...