Steamed Dumplings RecipeJuly 7th, 2009Recipes, Chinese Recipes, Recipes, Eating Light, Recipes47 Comments
There is no secret that I love dumplings—boiled, pan-fried, or steamed. Recently, a coworker from Japan is in town and we were discussing about going for a dim sum/dumpling lunch. All the dumpling talks triggered a sharp craving in me that I had to make my own steamed dumplings.
Making dumplings is really not so hard and you can get all needed ingredients from stores: dumpling wrappers, ground pork, etc. To me, the tough part is the folding or pleating of dumplings–an acquired skill that requires repeated practices and training.
My steamed dumplings are filled with shrimp and ground pork. If you don’t eat pork, you can always substitute it with ground chicken or even ground turkey. Do try out my steamed dumplings recipe if you love dumplings.These dumplings make a great and refreshing lunch or afternoon tea, especially with Chinese tea. Enjoy!
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