ABOUT CHAN CHAN
ChanChan marries artisan South East Asian tradition with modern Irish tastes to create a richer and authentic cooking experience for everyone.
Led by Michelin Trained TV chef Kwanghi Chan, ChanChan’s history is as rich as its flavours. Born in Hong Kong but raised in Donegal, Kwanghi spent every day in the aroma of his family’s Buncrana-based Chinese restaurant. For over 30 years he has worked as a chef, creating revered dishes, and observing the evolution of trends in Asian cuisine within Ireland and Southeast Asia.
From his regular trips to the likes of Hong Kong, Japan and China, Kwanghi recognised that the true potential of Asian food was not being realised in Ireland. In fact, in many cases it was worlds apart.
ChanChan seeks to create an environment where Irish people can approach home cooking with a guided boldness. Our range of sauces and seasoning, black garlic range have been specifically developed & blended to not only represent the best of Southeast Asia but to allow those who love their food to easily cook like a pro.
In Asia, food is the centre point of any celebration. It is a cuisine culture that invites curiosity and experimentation. Combining the best of Irish and Asian ingredients has allowed Kwanghi to develop new tastes with a local twist.
EXPLORING NEW FLAVOURS JUST GOT BETTER
ultimate dumpling experiance
Makes staying at home Fun again !!!
Take the hassle & stress out of dinner and make it fun with step by step video recipes with a simple scan on the QR code at home. You get all the ingredients you need along with easy to follow step-by-step recipe card and Kwanghi’s own retail products to keep in your pantry for you next dinner ideas.
Korean Spiced Salmon Asian Rice Noodle Salad with Sesame & Soy, Avocado puree
Steamed Atlantic Hake with Ginger, Coriander, Spring Onion, Soy.
On a bed of Stir Fried Asain Greens.
ChanChan Spice bag, Crispy Chicken with chilli, Peppers, onions
ChanChan Street Sauce
Irish FIllet of Salmon, Marinated in Miso Hot Sauce, Tomato, Avocado, Lime dressing
Stir-Fried Chinese Vegetables With Hong Kong Street Sauce
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
The Irish Independent
"My lunch guests tell me that the spice bag is excellent in comparison to others they have encountered, and it is definitely tasty - with deep-fried shards of duck, skinny chips, green and red peppers, scallions and chillies all tossed together in the ChanChan mix, which majors on Korean hot pepper. There are some sesame seeds in there too, and the whole is a seductive combination that's perhaps appreciated even more after a feed of pints".
Connect with us