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    Dim Sum!

    "Dim Sum" means "little heart" or "touch the heart". They're delicious little Chinese foods served in small portions, kind of like finger foods... just not eaten with your fingers. I've included some sauces here too to serve your dim sum with!
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    This a really terrific filling for those Asian steamed dumplings. The recipe was given to me by a good friend who is a chef at Benihana. You can use ground pork, ground shrimp, or ground turkey with great success. I have posted the recipe using ground pork because that is the typical mixture most people are accustomed to... but shrimp is a great indulgence and ground turkey is what I usually use and I love it.

    Recipe #117523

    2 Reviews |  By Latchy

    These are very tasty, you can substitute ground(minced) chicken for the pork and use any sauce you want. Make them as big or small as you want. Time does not take into account the 1 hour in the fridge.

    Recipe #124561

    These are served at Ching Ping Restaurant in Taiwan Source: Saveur

    Recipe #122550

    2 Reviews |  By Nose

    Not soup with dumplings in it, but dumplings with soup in them. This is a famous kind of steamed dumpling for dim sum. You bite a little hole in the dumpling, then carefully sip the scalding hot broth out of it, then dip the rest of the dumpling in a dip and eat. It's amazing how they get it inside-out like that. I have just learned, from a cookbook called "Dim Sum and Other Chinese Street Food" by Mai Leung, that the secret is to gel some broth with agar-agar and seal the solid broth inside the dumplings. When the dumplings are heated, the broth liquifies again, so you get dumplings full of soup. I haven't tried this recipe yet, but I don't usually make my own dim sum, so I thought I'd go ahead and post it for those who do. She says you can only make these a few hours in advance, and if you do, you should refrigerate them before steaming.

    Recipe #126427

    Although these are some work, you'll be very proud of the results. These are those lovely, translucent dumplings you get at dim sum places. The tapioca flour and wheat starch can usually be found at good oriental food stores. These are best made in a bamboo steamer. I've included a recipe for a dip but you can use your own favorite dumpling sauce if you wish. This is a Madame S.T. Ting Wong recipe. Prep time includes fridge time for the shrimp mixture.

    Recipe #109191

    This is my favourite Chinese Dim-Sum. It is a steamed cake of rice flour and grated Chinese radish (lo-bak), which is then cut into slices and pan fried. Not unlike scrapple, in some ways, although less meaty. It's delicious with lots of hot sauce. Lo-bak looks very similar to daikon; it is just a little bit milder in flavour. I suspect daikon would work okay if need be. You don't have to use both the shrimp and the shiitake; one or the other would be alright.

    Recipe #109483

    This came from a good friend who is not Asian but loves to cook all Asian styles. It's an easy recipe although it helps to be able to just buy the Chinese barbecue pork. I do make my own barbecue pork, using a couple of whole filets and "Char Siu" sauce. You can also add sauteed cabbage to the filling if you want to make larger amounts. This is a typical Dim Sum item, served between brunch and 2 pm. with tea. (Amount of water in the dough is corrected.)

    Recipe #82910

    1 Reviews |  By Olha

    Spring roll skins are also known as Shanghai-type spring roll skins and are available in some Asian markets. Lumpia skins, available in Philippine markets, may be substituted. Egg roll skins may also be substituted, but they are much thicker and not as nice as homemade spring roll skins.

    Recipe #77010

    I found this on line as requested for Chef Howie.These are served when having Dim Sum! FRIED YAM PUFFS - EPOK-EPOK KELADI Deep Fried Woo Kok taro = taro root = dasheen = coco = cocoyam = eddo = Japanese potato = baddo = elephant's ear = old cocoyam = sato-imo Pronunciation: TAHR-oh sweet potato, yam . I did a mixture of yam and taro root. Taro has a brownish hairy skin with a white flesh with purple specks while yam has a brownish skin and white crisp flesh.

    Recipe #118364

    These little dim sum treats are so delicious and very easy to prepare. They are great hot or at room temperature and can be served with a dipping sauce of hot chili sauce or salt seasoned with a little curry powder, five spice powder or crushed Szechuan peppercorns. They can be made ahead and reheated in the oven. Any white fleshed fish fillets can be used instead of the shrimp. The shrimp paste itself (without the bread cubes) can also be poached in water and served as dumplings in soup, or can be pan fried as little shrimp patties.

    Recipe #82149

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    This is a vegetarian version of spring rolls. You can replace the mushrooms with minced meat if you like a regular version. If you like shrimp, just add them in place of the carrots. This recipe is posted by request, and comes from Linda Doeser.

    Recipe #78000

    This is a wonderful hors d oeuvre. Your guests will keep going back for more.

    Recipe #79913

    I love these cakes. I serve them with wonton soup or use them as an appetizer or a snack with tea. These can be frozen after frying and reheated in a moderate oven for 10 minutes before serving. Another great recipe from my tattered copy of "Madame Wong's Long-Life Chinese Cookbook".

    Recipe #82493

    Recipe #83045

    You won't be able to stop eating these they are that good, and they freeze well also.

    Recipe #87762

    I love the shrimp toast I get at my local oriental restaurant, and wanted to make it at home. I asked the server if she knew how to make it and she sent the chef out to tell me. I tried it today, and it tasted just like at the restaurant. Hope you enjoy this one too!!

    Recipe #88166

    This is from the Femina Collections one source I use most often for party cooking!!!

    Recipe #88271

    3 Reviews |  By Bergy

    I just threw this together for an appetizer and they turned out as very tasty wraps - lots of crunch and peppy with the sweet chili sauce . It can be vegetarian by leaving out the crab or shrimp- still tasty. These may also be served as a side dish or as a course with an Oriental meal. I usually make the filling early in the day and roll the wraps within an hour or two before serving keep cool if you do these ahead. This recipe was inspired by recipe#64698 Vietnamese Soft Rolls with Crab by SueL There is a tutorial on making Spring rolls at this link: http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=224922

    Recipe #89246

    From the Femina but adapted. Served with a coriander salsa. Healthy tasty, different.

    Recipe #89784

    5 Reviews |  By Mercy

    Two of my most favorite ingredients in one recipe...sesame oil and sherry. What more could you ask for? I found this recipe online when I was low-carbing (just omitted the cornstarch and thickened the sauce by boiling it down) and then I tweaked it a little bit to suit my tastes.

    Recipe #91220

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