Paying homage to Dragon Boat Festival, Chinese Executive Chef Alan Chan and team meticulously create homemade glutinous rice dumplings in five flavours at Jiang- Nan Chun. From May 23 to June 12, 2016, patrons may enjoy delectable dumplings served à la carte or in bundles, available for dine-in at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, and take-away.
Ranging between SGD 12 and SGD 26 per dumpling and crafted in limited quantities, these homemade glutinous rice dumplings are available in the following sweet and savoury selections:
Steamed Glutinous Rice Dumpling with Abalone, Mushrooms, Lotus Seeds, Chestnut, Dried Scallop, Roasted Pork Belly, Green Beans and Salted Egg Yolk
Making a comeback as one of last year’s unanimous favourites, this signature glutinous rice dumpling is generously packed with premium ingredients, including a six-head abalone and roasted pork belly. Experience a medley of flavours and textures as in this delicious dumpling.
SGD 26, serves two to four persons
Steamed Glutinous Rice Dumpling with Mesquite Wood Smoked Duck, Green Beans and Lotus Seeds
The highlight this year is this new exquisite creation incorporating Jiang-Nan Chun’s famed mesquite wood smoked duck. The meat is fired in a customised mesquite wood oven, imbuing a strong umami taste. Its aromatic flavours permeate through the dumpling leaving one hungry for more.
SGD 16, serves two to four persons
Steamed Glutinous Rice Dumpling with Waxed Meat, Black Mushroom, Green Beans and Chestnut
Also a new addition to the dumpling selection this year, this new combination offers a savoury punch to the palate. Steamed to perfection, dive into this tasty goodness.
SGD 14, serves two to four persons
Steamed Glutinous Rice Dumpling with Pandan and Dried Shrimp Paste
Indulge in this sweet and savoury delight, packed with Chef’s specialty dried shrimp paste and delicately balanced with the sweet flavours of pandan. Its intoxicating taste provides an extra punch for the adventurous bunch.
SGD 14, serves one to two persons
Steamed Glutinous Rice Dumpling with Red Bean Paste
For the classic lovers, this traditional sweet glutinous rice dumpling wrapped with red bean paste will satisfy taste buds and have one reminiscing the good old days.