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    3 Reviews |  By awalde

    You don’t need to buy expensive salmon paté in delicates shops. This easy recipe is wonderful and really very fast to prepare.

    Recipe #482237

    5 Reviews |  By Sara 76

    Ths is my favourite sushi! I first had it in Rockhampton a couple of years ago while on vacation, and love to make it at home now!

    Recipe #346830

    Foolproof way to cook short grain rice; no more burnt pans to clean up! The only special equipment needed is a bamboo steamer and two dish cloths. I've found that soaking the rice for 8+ hours works best.

    Recipe #383636

    11 Reviews |  By Bergy

    The right name for this appetizer is Har Gow. This can also be part of a Dim Sum Brunch.For a Dim Sum Brunch you would usually serve about 8-10 dishes different dishes, depending on the appetites of your guests. This recipe can be frozen and when you wish to serve it take it frozen and steam them over very high heat. I prefer to freeze them unsteamed. These are tasty!

    Recipe #11031

    You don't have to reserve this dish for an Asian main course; also great served with grilled chicken or pork. Although I've posted the recipe to use with my bamboo steamer, a pasta pot (with a deep basket) lined with cheese cloth will work just as well. Besure to use long grain Thai sticky rice, not American long grain, or China sticky rice. Here's an explanation of Thai sticky rice: http://importfood.com/stickyrice.html . Time indicated does not include soak time for the rice. Recipe comes from The Gourmet Cookbook

    Recipe #380042

    Thai sticky rice is slightly sweet and rather sticy, and fun to eat; children love it. The traditional way to eat sticky rice is to gently gather a clump of it into a ball and dip into a sauce. Do NOT use American long grain or Chinese short/medium grain. Here's an explanation of Thai sticy rice: http://importfood.com/stickyrice.html . Time indicated does not include soaking time for the rice. Although I've posted recipe to use with my Bamboo Steamer, a pasta pot (with a deep basket) lined with cheese cloth will work just as well

    Recipe #380046

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    Recipe #379761

    It's next to impossible to find Hoisin Sauce in Mexico, so I'm learning to make my own. Recipe from Epicurion website. Ignore the nutritional information as this recipe only makes 1/2 cup however unable to input that amount into the recipe!

    Recipe #379686

    Great appetizers! Special equipment needed is a steamer, preferably bambo!

    Recipe #379759

    This is a recipe that I got from the Food Network. Made it for a cocktail party and they "disappeared"!

    Recipe #128279

    9 Reviews |  By chia

    I was fortunate to take a dim sum class with world reknowned chef Joseph Poon in Philadelphia this morning. I was the only one who showed and had a 1 on 1 three hour lesson and quite a work out. I made 13 different types of dumplings, this was our favorite.

    Recipe #110956

    2 Reviews |  By Tish

    Fast and easy rice cooker recipe for side or main dish.

    Recipe #105698

    This recipe has a very distinct taste from the marinade used. You could substitute the halibut for any other white fish. This recipe was found in my local newspaper when they listed the best recipes from the year.

    Recipe #105515

    Delicious, healthful recipe that is great to go with grilled meats. Another winner from "In The Kitchen With Rosie- Oprah's Favorite Recipes."

    Recipe #98087

    These are labor intence. But if you have the time it's well worth it. You can use a food processor to ground the shrimp. And use shrimp with no shell/skin. This makes 30 Dumpling. Great for a potluck or party.

    Recipe #361453

    Supa has made this for us many times. This time I wrote it all down and took lots of pictures. Supa is a great cook, and most wonderful Daughter-in-law. She doesn't usually measure, so I weighed and stuck the measuring spoons under her ingredients as she tossed them into the bowl. It flowed for both of us, and the results were just mouth watering. I love to watch her hands move.Supa made this on the 2008 annual trip from San Antonio to Staunton. This was one of the many things we had for dinner their last night here.

    Recipe #316997

    4 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is great served as an appetizer or part of a Dim Sum brunch. Over the next few weeks I will be submitting other recipes suitable for Dim Sum. I will name and number them "Bergy Dim Sum 1, 2 etc." Many of the recipes will be freezer friendly so it is easy on the hostess (host) on the day of the brunch Edited 13 Dec 03 It has been a while since I made this recipe and found it was a bit light in the taste so I added 3/4 tsp hot chili flakes and 2 tbsp Schezwan sauce - just right for me. Do what the recipe says the first time and then you can spice it up. Do not mince the chestnuts, shoots & crab too fine you want a bit of crunch left.

    Recipe #10999

    5 Reviews |  By Bergy

    With any Dim Sum meal you always have some form of rice. Other sticky rice recipes would also be good. These steamed rice bundles go well with any Chinese meal. The rice is sticky and very flavorful from the other ingredients

    Recipe #11094

    I have not tried this recipe yet, but hopefully will make this soon as I love Char Siew Sow! Recipe found on internet - Jo's Bakery. Prep time includes 30mins chilling time for the dough. NOTE - this recipe is not really authentic as the fat used in traditional Chinese pastry is usually lard instead of butter.

    Recipe #112057

    7 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This recipe is from the "Complete Asian Cookbook" I have not tried this recipe as stated but have posted it by request ( I am not even sure if I can buy sweetened canned bean paste here). However the dough is what I use for other steamed Buns and will refer back to this recipe when I post other fillings

    Recipe #11087

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