8 chapters · 7 hours 29 minutes
English · Japanese · Korean|Audio Korean

Use a wok and a Chinese knife
19 Class Projects

It takes about 20 minutes to 3 hours hour(s) to complete each project.

  • Two kinds of broth

  • Five incense

  • Five incense char siu sauce

  • Shangla Hongyu

  • Marajang

  • Gungbo Account/Yoga Account

  • Two kinds of white meat and applied cuisine (Sanni white pork)

  • Shang La Hongyu Applied Cuisine (Sanni White Pork)

  • Eggplant pork

  • Sashimi meat

  • Chinese-style stir-fried clams

  • Pocaifan

  • Baek Cham Gye

  • Change barrow

  • Amsaeng Yeonmyeon

  • Trigger side

  • Local style jajamen

  • Wonton noodles

  • Sorongpo

Skills You’ll Learn

First, cooking utensils suitable for Chinese cuisine

Let's take a look at Chinese cooking tools optimized for the home, such as a Chinese knife pan.

Second, a guide to spices and condiments that are perfect for me

We'll give you a sauce/spice guide for every step of the way, from beginner to expert.

Third, homemade Chinese dipping & seasoning sauce

Here are some seasoning and dipping sources that you can use while making plenty of time.

Fourth, make your own mara sauce

What if you're tired of commercial marassos? Want to do whatever you want? Let's make it!

Fifth, two kinds of broth

Let's learn everything from chicken bone broth to shantang and cheongtang, which are used in high-class dishes.

Sixth, Chinese-style home-cooked meals such as rice side dishes

Here are some examples of Chinese home cooking and some tips on home cooking.

Seventh, local Chinese cuisine

Let's make local Chinese dishes that aren't found in regular Chinese restaurants.

Eighth, homemade dim sum, noodles

I'll tell you about how to make dim sum without failure, such as sorongpo and wonton.

Hello! Cooking YouTube Channel

I'm Fanny, who runs “Fanny's Kitchen.”

Starting with Thai cuisine in my early 20s, I started cooking Indian and Vietnamese cuisines. After that, I learned Chinese cuisine under a Taiwanese master. Currently, I have opened a Chinese food YouTube channel and am working as a channel manager and chef instructor.

Anyone can cook Chinese food at home.

Many people like Chinese cuisine. And it's easy to fall in love with that charm. In particular, interest in Chinese cuisine has increased even more thanks to the influence of TV and various media. However, Chinese cuisine is recognized as a “high-barrier genre that is difficult to make at home.” “Attractive elements” that come to mind when it comes to Chinese cuisine, such as firepower and technology, often come up as a barrier to us.

If you know Chinese cuisine, it's not much different from food from other countries. Recipes have been researched to make food as easy and tasty as possible, and this essence is the same in any genre.

However, it's just a little unfamiliar with the approach to cooking. Rather, you'll be very surprised if you learn about a much simpler cooking process than dishes from other countries. In this class, I'm going to show you Chinese cuisine that anyone can hammock at home based on such simplicity.

A simple guide for beginners,

A class that can be upgraded for experienced people

I saw a recipe from a famous chef and made the same one, but it doesn't taste weird? I think the chef left out an important point? Absolutely not. However, at home, you only need to consider a number of specific variables during the cooking process.

In Chinese cuisine, this variable only stands out compared to other genres. In this class, everything from tools, spices, broth, sauce to recipes We will teach you the basics of Chinese cuisine step by step. Of course, in a way optimized for the home.

I'll show you how to use wok at home.

While getting started with Chinese cuisine, I often buy a Chinese wok. However, these fans are very difficult to handle at home. Therefore, I prepared a kit of a wok that is easy to use at home and does not rust easily. I'll tell you more about everything from how to tame fans to how to use them.

All content is organized so that it can be applied.

When I usually cook, I only stick to the recipe in front of me, so I often look at each recipe completely separately. But did you know that all recipes are connected? If you learn how to use various spices, broths, and sauces through this class, you'll be able to learn the key elements of Chinese cuisine that go through recipes.

Therefore, in this class, there is a connection from broth to wonton noodles, from spices and five spices to red beef, and from seasoning & dipping sauce to a home-cooked menu. By the end of this class, you'll be able to create your own recipe instead of looking at someone's recipe and following it.

The endless world of Chinese cuisine

Would you like to try it with Fanny's Kitchen?

The end of this class is not the end. This is just the beginning. Your cooking starts now.



Hwani's Kitchen

Hwani's Kitchen

Hallo YouTube channel with 92,000 subscribers I'm Fanny, who runs “Fanny's Kitchen.”

When I was in my early twenties, I was fascinated by Thai cuisine and entered the culinary world, and I enjoyed ethnic cuisine such as Thai cuisine and Indian cuisine. I stopped for a while to finish my studies midway through, but I was afraid that my studies and military service would end, so I went back to the kitchen.

After that, I met a Taiwanese teacher and got introduced to Chinese cuisine, and I came across a variety of Southern cuisines.

China is close to as diverse countries as it is a large area. Therefore, there were many exchanges in terms of culture, including food culture. Currently, my goal is to create traces of such “exchanges” at my fingertips.

I hope that through this class, you will have an “exchange” between your usual cooking and my own cooking.







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