These ones took us a little bit longer to make as there is a little bit more work involved in it. The taste however is fully worth it in the end. We really had a great weekend making all of these.
These are......well they're.........hm, whats the word? AWESOME!!! If I had any less self control I would have eaten them ALL at once. I could eat these for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I do not see a time when I will not want to eat these. Now I just need to find a place to get bamboo leaves! THANK YOU FOR THIS RECIPE!!!!! UPDATE: I made these with a Japanese twist. I did not mix the chicken/mushroom mixture into the flavored cooked rice, instead I "stuffed" the bundles. I sealed the cooled chicken/mushroom mixture in the rice, sort of like a dumpling. This variation was really good too, with a Japanese flair! No matter what way I make them, no one can get enough! Thanks again Bergy, I love you (and your recipes)!
These were very good. Made for Chinese New Year Dimsum for my Red Hat group. Couldn't find leaves and didn't want to use foil so parchment paper worked well. Can always trust Bergy's recipes!
Bergy, Love this recipe!!! It was excellent. I posted a few photos for you. Thanks for sharing. Lisa
Bergy, Thank you for posting this, This is definitely a Five Star recipe. I made it last night and the taste was "MARVELOUS". My boyfriend Marvin loved this so much, he took the rest of the leftovers home with him. I will have to fix this again real soon and I won't tell my boyfriend Marvin, so at least I can have some leftover. Thanks again. Melody